We start by opening opening the HTML file. There is already some content setup. The H3 tags are used as the title to each course, so we'll first add a number to each of these elements. Now, we've successfully counted the H3 elements in our page without using ordered lists. Next, let's add some style to our new counter.
- [Voiceover] If you'd like to learn to design…inside of Sketch, I have another course here in the library…entitled Learn Sketch: The Basics…where I'll show you step-by-step…how to use many of the features of Sketch…while we create a responsive web design…across four different screen sizes.…And if you'd like to learn to create a web page…from our design comp,…I have another course here in the library…entitled Creating a Responsive Web Design…where I'll walk you through every step…of writing the necessary HTML and CSS…to make this design a reality in the browser,…including writing media queries in CSS…so that the design will automatically adapt…to varying screen sizes.…
And so with that, I'll conclude this course…on Sketch for UX Design Teams,…and as always, thanks for watching.…
- Sharing artboards
- Exporting artboards as image files
- Integrating with other UX design software
- Exporting assets, code, and animations