If HTML represents the nouns in a web app, then CSS represents the adjectives and adverbs. In this video, Tom Duffy will create the CSS file that contains the CSS rules that apply across platforms.
- [Instructor] If the HTML elements represent the nouns,…the things in your app, then CCS represents…the adjectives and adverbs.…Looking at our current webpage, you can see,…it really needs some adjectives and adverbs.…Let's jump back into NetBeans and write some styles.…To get a style sheet in NetBeans is relatively painless.…In the projects tab, right-click the site route…and choose new, cascading style sheet.…Name the style sheet parkIt, and this style sheet…is going to represent all of the rules that are common…to all the platforms.…
Please don't add the .css extension,…as NetBeans will add that for you.…Go ahead and click finish and NetBeans will open…the empty style sheet in the editor.…Starting from the top, let's add a body rule first,…and for the body rule, all I'm going to do…is specify a font size.…And by specifying a font size in the body, all of the…other relative measurements will be based off of this value.…I'm going to set it to be 16 points.…Let's try the nav bar next.…
So, I'm going to do a #navbar, and then, for style rules,…
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