Styling for progressions


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Styling for progressions

Some forms can get so complicated that you'll need to find ways of the dividing the information into different sections. In this chapter, I am going to show you how to style a form, so that the different field sets appear as different tabs. This video is part of a series where I'll show you how to use jQuery to handle navigation between field sets as well as how to validate the form and style the validation elements. Let's get started by defining our basic style sheet for our form. So I am going to go to the exercise files and open up the Starting Points folder, find the starting point for this video.

And I am going to copy the Working Folder onto the desktop, holding down the Option key and dragging it, and then I want to take this Working Folder and drag it onto Espresso, so it will open it up as a project. And then I am going to take the codesnippets.txt file and move it into the workspace, and I'm also going to double-click on the index.html file and the mystyle.css, s...

Styling for progressions
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Styling for progressions provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Ray Villalobos as part of the CSS: Styling Forms

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Web
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CSS
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