Using CSS notation to organize syntax


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Using CSS notation to organize syntax

When we created the different sets of link states in the last lesson, our CSS got pretty long and the multiple A links, V links, etcetera can be hard to keep track of. So in this lesson, we're going to use CSS notation to organize our syntax. You'll need the files biblio_serif_ notation.html and biblio_serif_notation.css from the Exercise folder. You'll also need the Fonts folder with the web font files for Chopin Script.

So put a copy of your Fonts folder into the Exercise folder so Chopin Script will continue to load properly. Open up the HTML file in the browser to see what we're working with. All the links are in place and they look great. We've got the links in the navigation lists that are centered and when we roll over them, they turn italic. We've got the links in the paragraphs of text that link to external sites and when we roll over them, they get a background color.

We've also got the links to the top of the page and when we roll over them, they do no...

Using CSS notation to organize syntax
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Using CSS notation to organize syntax provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Laura Franz as part of the Typography for Web Designers

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