This again should represent a review from what you've already covered in the Web Development 101 Lesson on HTML/CSS, but if you're unable to answer the questions posed below in the "Points to Ponder" section, you could probably benefit from the review of the basic stuff.
Points to Ponder
- What are selectors?
- In general, how specific should you be when targeting elements using selectors?
- What's the difference between using
rem to specify sizes?
- How do you select an element inside another element?
- How can you shorten up a long batch of CSS that's doing the same thing to many different elements by putting them all in one line?
- How do you target the immediate child of an element?
- How do you target a class inside a class?
- How do you target a class inside an ID?
- How would you target "all the links inside
li elements that have the class
bunny which are inside the unordered list with the id
- What are the three ways to include CSS in your project?
- How do you import an external stylesheet?
- What is the browser's default stylesheet?
- What is a "CSS Reset" file and why is it helpful?
- Which stylesheet has preference if you import multiple ones and there are overlapping styles?
- What is the order of priority of selectors (e.g. if you specify that the
<body> has color
<h1> tags have the color
blue but class
main-title has the color
red, which will be used by
<body style="color:yellow"><h1 class="main-title" style="color:green">Howdy!</h1><body>?)
- Read Shay Howe on the Basics of HTML/CSS.
- Read CSS Tricks on Attribute Selectors.
This section contains helpful links to other content. It isn't required, so consider it supplemental for if you need to dive deeper into something