Editing preexisting rules


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Editing preexisting rules

As we finish our web page, we are going to change and edit two of our class styles, organize our style sheet one last time and then delete some of the extraneous content or just give it a once-over and try to see some of the little details we might be missing. So let's start with fixing up our style sheet. As you are designing and working on your presentation, it's perfectly okay to create a lot of styles, but it quickly gets disorganized. So let's take a look at what's going on right now. We have all of these HTML tags that are appearing at the bottom of the CSS list. We can Shift-click to select all of these HTML tag styles at the same time and then drag them up to the top, right below the body, td, th. Next, I'm going to select my two compound styles and drag them below the body, td, th compound style.

I have all my Hs together, my body, image, ul, all my links together. That looks right. I'm going from the outside in. Next, you will see that all of the classes...

Editing preexisting rules
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Editing preexisting rules provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Laurie Burruss as part of the Creating a CSS Style Guide: Hands-On Training

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Web
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