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Take a tour of a workflow that optimizes CSS code for easier navigation, organization, and readability. In this course, author Justin Seeley covers best practices for writing CSS in an easy-to-read format, commenting code, developing a table of contents, and adopting other methods that help produce "cleaner" code. The course also contains tips for speeding up development with some online tools and simplification techniques.
If you are a Premium Member of the lynda.com online training library, you have access to the asset files for this course. I've included several different code snippets and exercise files in this folder called Assets which you can access as we go throughout the course. Whenever we're in a movie that's dealing with one of these files, you'll see an overlay indicating the file that you should open. Just navigate to that file, then open it in whatever coded application that you might have, and then once you have that file open you can follow along with me step by step with whatever it is that I am doing. If you're not a Premium Member of the online training library, that's okay. You can still follow along with everything that I do using your own files.
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