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When applying CSS to your HTML, there are many different ways to select which element(s) the CSS applies to. Some of these selectors are more commonly known and used than others - Here are the more common ones:
#X - Matches an ID of X
.X - Matche…
A frequently asked question goes something like this: "I am running a long process in the background and I want to alert my client when the process finishes. How can I send a message to the browser?" Unfortunately, the short answer …
The viewer will receive an overview of the basics of CSS showing inline styles.
In the head tags set up your style tags:
Reference the nav tag and set your properties.: (CODE)
Set the reference for the UL element and styles for it to ensu…