In this video, explore a solution for finishing the restaurant website.
(upbeat music) … - [Instructor] All right, so how did you do … with that challenge? … Hopefully okay. … The very first thing that I did was I dropped a section … up here at the top of the website … that provided the address of the restaurant, … its phone number and the hours when they're open. … That is really honestly the number one reason … that people go to restaurant websites anyway. … Sometimes they want to see the menu, … but usually they want to find out where the restaurant is … and when they're open. … And if they're on a phone … because they're out wandering around on a beautiful day, … and they are hungry and want to find a place to eat, … you want to make sure it's as easy as possible. … You don't want them to have to scroll forever … to try to find out where you are. … So I've added that up here on the top of the page. … These are two separate text boxes … that I rearranged to put next to each other side by side. … I aligned one to the right and one to the left … to give it that sort of look here on the page. …
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Blogging with Squarespace
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