Once you learn how to write code, it often feels like a project is never really complete. There's always something that can be added or fixed. In this video, take a look at making improvements to your project.
- [Instructor] If you're brand new…to programming and web development,…one thing you'll begin to notice if you haven't already…is once you know how to make changes…your projects are never quite done.…And because webpages are built little by little…it's common to have a list of bugs to deal with…as your project progresses.…Whenever I design my own personal site,…I'm always ready to change it completely six months later…even though I have an outstanding list of bugs to fix.…So after going through all these exercises…in the past two courses…there are still some fixes in my project…that could use some TLC.…
Let's take a look at one of them.…You may have noticed this while scrolling through your page.…After we added our fix nav in the download button…the button goes over top of the nav…when you scroll through the page.…This would look better if we updated it…to make the nav always stay on top of all of the content.…So I mentioned previously that using the Zed index property…wasn't that common, at least in my experience,…
- Reviewing CSS syntax
- Reviewing simple selectors and attribute selectors
- Using pseudo-class selectors and pseudo-element selectors
- Reviewing the CSS box model
- Adding a menu to your project
- Using float, display, and position
- Debugging CSS
- Resetting stylesheets
- Working with background images
- Exploring a mobile-first approach for responsive web design
- Creating flexible and fluid layouts
Skill Level Beginner
Building Responsive Forms with Flexboxwith James Williamson1h 19m Intermediate
1. CSS Selectors
3. Tips and Tools
4. Responsive and Mobile
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