Join Eric Meyer for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of CSS Web Site Design.
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In this movie we're just going to quickly talk about how to use the Exercise Files folder.…I'm going to assume the you've already copied the Exercise Files folder onto your hard drive because if you try to access it from…a CD for example then you're not going to be able to modify anything and the exercises aren't really going to work for you.…So the way this works is, in your Exercise Files folder you'll find a series of folders that contain the exercise files…for various chapters. So if you were to…be getting ready to do the first exercise in the third chapter, you would open up…the 03_cascade and find the series of exercise files which are numbered according to which exercise they are, so the first one in…Chapter 3 is 0301 and the second one in Chapter 3 is 0302. So the way that you would…get yourself ready for the exercise is to load up the file in your favorite editor,…BBEdit my case, probably Dreamweaver in yours, but you might be an Emacs person, who knows,…and then also load it up into the web browser that you're going to use, such as Firefox and then…
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