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How to use the CSS style attribute | lynda.com tutorial
 
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This CSS tutorial shows how to apply CSS to an HTML file using the style attribute. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/CSS-tutorials/for-developers/52341-2.html?utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=videoupload-52341-0302 This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter three of the CSS for Developers course presented by lynda.com author Bill Weinman. The complete CSS for Developers course has a total duration of 4 hours and covers how to format text, images, backgrounds, and much more CSS for Developers table of contents: Introduction 1. CSS Quick Start 2. CSS Status 3. Using CSS 4. CSS Syntax 5. Formatting Text 6. Formatting Images 7. Using Color and Backgrounds 8. Creating Borders 9. Formatting Links 10. Positioning 11. Case Study 12. CSS Best Practices Conclusion
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How to resolve CSS style conflicts | lynda.com tutorial
 
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This CSS tutorial explores why it is important to understand how style conflicts are resolved in the cascade. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Web-Interactive-CSS-tutorials/CSS-Core-Concepts/80435-2.html?utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=videoupload-80435-0302 This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter three of the CSS: Core Concepts course presented by lynda.com author James Williamson. The complete CSS: Core Concepts course has a total duration of 8 hours and 49 minutes, and demonstrates the concepts that form the foundation of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), including styling text, adding margins and padding, and controlling how images display CSS: Core Concepts table of contents: Introduction 1. CSS Basics 2. Targeting Page Content 3. Resolving Conflicts 4. Basic Text Formatting 5. Styling Container Elements 6. Working with Color Conclusion
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CSS Tutorial — Selectors, Element, Class and ID (3/13)
 
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CSS Tutorial — Selectors, Element, Class and ID (3/13) So we just looked at a basic CSS statement and it starts with a selector. So what the hell are selectors, again? Say you are brangelina, and you have a bunch of kids, you wanna dress them for school except only one of them is old enough for school. So first you have to pick the right kid, then dress/style them. That’s what selectors are. Choose which kid you wanna prepare for school. Or since you’re not brangelina, Choose which element you wanna style. It all starts with the selector. There are different kinds of selectors. In our example, we used what’s called an element selector because it targets your styles based on the element type, That’s the most basic selector there is. By using the element type. Like a p tag. Cool? Cool. The problem with element selectors is that you might not want to turn ALL your paragraphs blue. What if you had 3 paragraphs and you only want one of them to be blue? The element type is an identifier but in this case it’s too general. I wanna show you an example. Look at this thing on atom’s website. See these two sections? One of them has a white background, the other one is beige. If you inspect it you’ll see they’re both divs, here they are, so clearly the dudes who made this couldn’t have said oh select all divs and change the background to white or beige. They needed to be more specific. You can select elements based on other kinds of identifiers. Classes and ID. Class is the most common and useful one, in fact that’s exactly what Atom is using. Take a look. They have wrapper class on one, and highlight on the other. If you click on highlight, you’ll see that class has a beige background on it. So let’s do one ourselves. Let’s say you have 4 paragraphs and you want to alternate between dark and light. So dark, light, dark, light. In other words you wanna reuse a style for multiple elements. In this case you can use a CLASS selector. The way you write these in CSS is you write the name of your class, this could be whatever you want, just can’t have spaces and some special characters, say DARK, and you put a DOT in front of it. Why a DOT? Well, I dunno what to tell you. There’s no good explanation why, that at least I know about. It’s just syntax that you have to remember. This tells the browser hey this is a CLASS selector. Then of course you have to add the class to your element in HTML. This means “hey select all the elements that have a class attribute and the value is dark. Let’s try it: DEMO 4 - I’m gonna cover ID selectors too just for the sake of it although we don’t use them much. ID attributes are specific to one element only. If you have a style that you want to apply to only one element, for some reason, you can add an ID to that element (for example: my-blue-paragraph), then use an ID selector in CSS to style it. ID selectors are just like CLASS selectors, except you put a # in front of the name instead of the DOT. That becomes the CSS selector for the element with that ID. So let’s try it. DEMO 3 - The problem with ID is that it’s limited to only 1 element. Remember IDs can’t be shared between elements. So you can’t reuse my-blue-paragraph ID for multiple elements. So those are the 3 basic selectors. Element, Class and ID. “Element” to style the elements of that type. ID to target only one specific element. And Class to reuse for multiple elements. We’ll be using all of them from now on. Selectors can get much much more complicated and they will, but now you know the basics. So next, we’re gonna look at some of our options when it comes to style properties, like color, so far that’s all we’ve used so I’m gonna talk about it in detail. Later, fonts, sizes, background, border, animations, display types, flexbox, where’d everyone go? I was talking.
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HTML & CSS for Beginners Part 15: How to style links
 
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Having trouble changing the color of the links on your webpage? This video has you covered! In it I take a look at why links don't change along with your text, and how you can change them. I also look at the different pseudo classes a:link, a:visited, a:hover and a:active, as well as a:focus. --- Half Bit by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/?keywords=%22half+bit%22 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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Styling CSS forms: Designing labels | lynda.com tutorial
 
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This CSS tutorial describes how to style labels using gradients, shadows, and images. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Web-Interactive-CSS-tutorials/CSS-Styling-Forms/90368-2.html?utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=videoupload-0206 This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter two of the CSS: Styling Forms course presented by lynda.com author Ray Villalobos. The complete CSS: Styling Forms course has a total duration of 4 hours and 2 minutes, and describes how to code forms to improve usability, including discussion of special styles for individual form elements CSS: Styling Forms table of contents: Introduction 1. Understanding Form Structure 2. Styling Basic Elements 3. Laying out Forms 4. Using HTML 5 Additions 5. Styling for Handhelds 6. Advanced Design Patterns Conclusion
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4 Places To Edit WordPress CSS | WP Learning Lab
 
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Grab Your Free 17-Point WordPress Pre-Launch PDF Checklist: http://vid.io/xqRL 4 Places To Edit WordPress CSS | WP Learning Lab To edit WordPress CSS you first need to know all the places you can find CSS. There are 4 common places. You may not have all these locations on your website because some of them are theme-dependent. The possible CSS locations are: 1. The WordPress theme or child theme stylesheet (this one you have for sure) 2. The theme options panel (this one you may or may not have) 3. A CSS editor on each page and post (this one you may or may not have) 4. Inline CSS applied directly to HTML elements on the page (this one you will have only if you're written it) Let's go through each one. The WordPress theme or child theme stylesheet When inside your WordPress dashboard if you click on Appearance then Editor you will be able to edit theme or child theme files. Usually the style.css is loaded first by default. If it's not loaded find the style.css file in the list of files on the right side of the editor page. When you find it, click on it. That will open the CSS file in WordPress editor. At this point you can make edits to the file and click on the Update button to save your changes. How to actually code CSS is beyond the scope of this tutorial, but you can check out my CSS channel over here (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeFLITjl2v9vtIkftw9UMsw) The danger in editing CSS directly in the stylesheet of the main theme is that what you create may be over written when the theme updates. You get around this problem by creating a child theme (see a tutorial on how to create a WordPress child theme here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z8n1h-85SMQ). The theme options panel Not every theme has a theme options panel, but the ones that do make WordPress CSS so much easier to edit. You can simply add CSS to the CSS box in the theme options and click save changes. The upside is that theme updates won't erase the CSS code you create. A CSS editor on each page and post Some themes, like Avada and Divi, give you the option of insert CSS code right into the individual posts and pages of your website. This is great for CSS that you want to be only one page. I would only recommend doing this if you're putting more than 100 lines of CSS into the page. If it's less than 100 lines of CSS you're better to put into the main stylesheet so you stay organized. If it's more than 100 lines of CSS code that only need to exist on one page then your site will load a little bit faster overall by not loading all that CSS into every page. Inline CSS The last place in our list and the last place you'd want to create CSS code is right in your HTML elements. This is called inline CSS and can be difficult to work with for two big reasons. First, you can't apply the CSS to more than one element at a time. So if you want to style all the paragraphs on the page in the same way you have to apply the same CSS code over and over again to each p tag. This is a pain to administer and will result in larger than needed page sizes. Second, if you add inline CSS to lots of pages it will be come difficult to remember what CSS you applied where. Then trying to find it an make edits will become a pain. Inline CSS also takes precedent over CSS in the stylesheet. So you might be make changes to CSS in the stylesheet, but nothing is happening on the page. You'll go through a frustrating few minutes before you figure out the CSS is actually inline on the page. I hope this information helps you! If you have any questions leave a comment below or ping me @WPLearningLab on Twitter. -------------- If you want more excellent WordPress information check out our website where we post WordPress tutorials daily. https://wplearninglab.com/ Connect with us: WP Learning Lab Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=wplearninglab Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wplearninglab Twitter: https://twitter.com/WPLearningLab Google Plus: http://google.com/+Wplearninglab Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wplearninglab/
Styling Input Type File: Pure CSS solution
 
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Adding a CSS style to the [ input type="file" ] using vanilla CSS has been a pain in the ass. Making changes to the button particularly is notorious. Hiding the element and styling it's label has it's own downsides. Here's a better way to achieve what is required! https://www.facebook.com/kishanwebdesigner https://www.instagram.com/kishanshetty97/
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CSS how to: list style
 
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This video tutorial shows how to change your list style on your web site. The list-style CSS property has three attributes that can be modified at once. list-style-image: uses an image for bullet points list-style-position: position the bullet points list-style-type: specifies language or shape of bullet points I also use the CSS property of border. This video tutorial has ordered and unordered lists. This will allow you to create styles for multilevel lists. http://www.technoblogical.com/web-design/ Providing training since last Tuesday http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching!
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How do I connect my CSS stylesheet to my HTML page?
 
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http://courses.robobunnyattack.com/courses/step-by-step-html-and-css-for-absolute-beginners How do I connect a CSS stylesheet to an HTML webpage? In this lesson, you'll learn: - The reason we have separate HTML and CSS files - The purpose of HTML vs the purpose of CSS - Why it's good to keep content (HTML) separate from presentation (CSS) By the end of this lesson you'll know how to code: 1. The LINK tag (to connect an external CSS stylesheet to your webpage) 2. The REL and TYPE attributes (to describe the CSS stylesheet) 3. The HREF attribute (to specify where to find the CSS stylesheet) ***** This is a sample lesson from the online course "Step-by-step HTML and CSS for Absolute Beginners". Learn how to code HTML5 + CSS3 to create your own website in this beginner-level course. No coding experience required! Enroll today at: http://courses.robobunnyattack.com/courses/step-by-step-html-and-css-for-absolute-beginners Looking for friendly, practical, jargon-free technology training? Visit my website at: http://learn.robobunnyattack.com Thanks for watching! - Kathleen, [email protected] PS Thanks to Reverse Grip for letting me use "Raise Your Fist" as the intro/outro music for this video. You ROCK!! http://reversegriprock.com
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Styling CSS forms: labels & usability | lynda.com tutorial
 
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The complete CSS: Styling Forms course has a total duration of 4 hours and 2 minutes, and describes how to code forms to improve usability, including discussion of special styles for individual form elements. utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=videoupload-lynda-90368-0102 This CSS tutorial describes how to make the information in forms more meaningful and easier to style with labeling tags. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Web-Interactive-CSS-tutorials/CSS-Styling-Forms/90368-2.html?utm_medium=viral& This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter one of the CSS: Styling Forms course presented by lynda.com author Ray Villalobos CSS: Styling Forms table of contents: Introduction 1. Understanding Form Structure 2. Styling Basic Elements 3. Laying out Forms 4. Using HTML 5 Additions 5. Styling for Handhelds 6. Advanced Design Patterns Conclusion
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The Theme Is Missing the Style.css Stylesheet- FIX for Package Error
 
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Theme Is Missing the Style css Stylesheet- FIX for Package Error Alright, Here is the Quick and Easy Fix for "the theme is missing the style.css stylesheet. Theme install failed" error. Was so excited to intall my new ReHub wordpress theme from themeforest. And this error message came up. The real fix is to choose the right zip file, which is placed deep inside the purchase theme package. I think this happens only with themeforest themes, because its the first time to me. Don't get me wrong though. The ReHub theme is Awesome! Let everyone know where you bought your wordpress theme from. Wordpress Tutorials Playlist from Trueonlineriches: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4ChtMFLMHfCKorpr6aonOeQ46rhLXw9c Theme Missing the style.css stylesheet video URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_w5b-Np_apY I really hope this helped you to solve theme is missing syle.css stylesheet and theme failed to install error. Let me know in the comments below.
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CSS - Upgrading HTML Tags with Style: Creating a Website Made Easy
 
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Lesson on Upgrading HTML Tags to CSS Style from Udemy online course: Creating a Website Made Easy Full course description and 25% discount coupon: http://tharsishighlands.com/online-courses/creating-a-website-made-easy/ Transcript: In this lesson, we will take many of the basic HTML tags and use them as CSS element selectors to upgrade their style. In CSS, the HTML tags are called "elements." BODY First, we start with the [body] tag element (YouTube does not allow angle brackets in description). When you first set up your main CSS file, you typically want to establish the basics for your entire page. These can include, • background-color • background-image • default font-size, color and font-family All of these can be handled in the body element. For example, body { background-color: linen; background-image: url("pix/tree.jpg"); font-family: Vera, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 15px; color: #24425C; } SELECTORS We've already seen a little about CSS syntax. For example, h1 { color: blue; } Each CSS style starts with a selector and is followed by one or more declarations within open and close braces — each declaration being a property-value pair: { property: value } Element selectors select all HTML tags of the same name. For instance, for the [p] tag, p { text-align: center; color: red; } [p]All paragraphs with only the p tag are centered and red. This is a demonstration of how the element selector works.[/p] The ID selector uses the ID attribute of an HTML element to select that specific element. ID is a unique identifier. On any one page, there can be only one of that ID. Also, the ID name cannot start with a numeral. For example, #first_heading { color: red; } [h1 id="first_heading"]This is the First Heading on the Page[/h1] The class selector selects all elements with a specific class attribute. .quote { border-style: solid; border-width: 1px; border-color: #880000; padding: 5px; font-size: 18px; font-style: italic; } Here, we see a class called "quote" which uses larger type, italics and a dark red border. Next, is the HTML which uses that class. [p class="quote"]"There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy."[/p] A class can be restricted to only one element type. For example, p.first { text-indent: 0px; } This can be helpful if all other paragraphs are given an indent. The first paragraph after a heading can be made flush left. We can also use more than one class at a time. For example, [p class="first quote"]"Houston, we have a problem..."[/p] We've already seen how selectors which share property values can be grouped. h1, h2, h3 { color: steelblue; } In the earlier lesson on the Head section, we learned how to link to an external style sheet — a file with sets of selectors and declarations. For internal CSS, you have the same selector-declaration combinations, but set within open and close [style] tags. [head] [style] body { background-color: darkslateblue; } [/style] [/head] And for inline CSS, you have the same selector-declaration combinations within a style attribute. [p style="text-indent: 50px; color: steelblue;"]This is important text.[/p] Multiple Styles Cascade into One CSS statements have a sequence of priority. The lowest priority of style is the browser defaults. Next are the external and internal style sheets in the head section. Sequence matters, so if you link to your external style sheet after the internal style declarations, the external CSS takes priority over the internal. Finally, the inline style declarations take the highest priority. For all style information that uses the same selectors, the highest priority replaces the lower priorities. For example, External: p { color: blue; text-indent: 30px; } Internal: p { color: green; } Inline: p { color: red; } The final style is: p { color: red; text-indent: 30px; } Background: The following properties control the background of HTML elements. • background-color • background-image • background-repeat • background-attachment • background-position Example: body { background-color: blue; } As we've already learned, colors can be specified, • As Hex — like "#00ffff" • As RGB — like "rgb(0,255,255)" • By name — like "aqua" We will learn more about colors and the new CSS3 color specification in a later lesson. Background Image: The default behavior of a background image is to repeat the image both vertically and horizontally in order to fill the entire background of the element with the selected picture. body { background-image: url("pix/sandbaked.gif"); } [...] In the next lesson, we talk about fonts, tables and links. Music: "Acid Jazz," "Darkness Speaks," and "Fanfare for Space" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Still: Clear Creek 5 by ImBooToo via Morguefile.com.
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Eliminate Render Blocking CSS
 
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How to eliminate above the fold render blocking CSS for webpages.
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JavaScript tutorial: How to apply styles with CSS | lynda.com
 
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This JavaScript tutorial explores how to use CSS to apply styles. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/JavaScript-tutorials/Essential-Training-2011/81266-2.html?utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=videoupload-81266-0901 This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter nine of the JavaScript Essential Training (2011) course presented by lynda.com author Simon Allardice. The complete JavaScript Essential Training (2011) course has a total duration of 5 hours and 30 minutes, and explores syntax, working with the DOM, and developing and debugging across multiple platforms, devices, and browsers JavaScript Essential Training (2011) table of contents: Introduction 1. Getting Started 2. Core JavaScript Syntax 3. Types and Objects 4. Understanding the Document Object Model 5. Working with the Document Object Model 6. Working with Events and Event Listening 7. Debugging JavaScript 8. Building Smarter Forms 9. UI Enhancement 10. JavaScript Best Practices 11. JavaScript Libraries 12. JavaScript and HTML5 13. Advanced JavaScript Features 14. Putting It All Together Conclusion
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How to create a class in CSS | lynda.com tutorial
 
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This CSS tutorial demonstrates how to create a class for a specific text style. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/tutorial/79411?utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=videoupload-79411-0203 This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter two of the Typography for Web Designers course presented by lynda.com author Laura Franz. The complete Typography for Web Designers course has a total duration of 6 hours and 25 minutes, and shows how to create designs that maximize readability (and keep visitors on the page) by paying attention to details in size, line-height, line length, alignment, color, vertical space, and more Typography for Web Designers table of contents: Introduction 1. Using Fonts to Communicate the Meaning of a Word or Headline 2. Using Fonts for Text 3. Maximizing Readability 4. Visually Chunking Text 5. Shaping a Page Using Typography 6. Shaping a Traditional Typographic Page 7. Shaping a Modernist Typographic Page 8. Attending to the Typographic Details Conclusion
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Using inline CSS styles | Intro to HTML/CSS: Making webpages | Computer Programming | Khan Academy
 
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Created by: pamela Watch the next lesson: https://www.khanacademy.org/computing/computer-programming/html-css/more-ways-to-embed-css/p/using-external-stylesheets?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=computerprogramming Missed the previous lesson? https://www.khanacademy.org/computing/computer-programming/html-css/more-css-selectors/p/css-specificity?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=computerprogramming Computer Programming on Khan Academy: Learn how to program drawings, animations, and games using JavaScript & ProcessingJS, or learn how to create webpages with HTML & CSS. You can share whatever you create, explore what others have created and learn from each other! About Khan Academy: Khan Academy is a nonprofit with a mission to provide a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere. We believe learners of all ages should have unlimited access to free educational content they can master at their own pace. We use intelligent software, deep data analytics and intuitive user interfaces to help students and teachers around the world. Our resources cover preschool through early college education, including math, biology, chemistry, physics, economics, finance, history, grammar and more. We offer free personalized SAT test prep in partnership with the test developer, the College Board. Khan Academy has been translated into dozens of languages, and 100 million people use our platform worldwide every year. For more information, visit www.khanacademy.org, join us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter at @khanacademy. And remember, you can learn anything. For free. For everyone. Forever. #YouCanLearnAnything Subscribe to Khan Academy's Computer Programming channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzYDKG5mmfPPIosXuQ1PvEA?sub_confirmation=1 Subscribe to Khan Academy: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=khanacademy
Markdown Quote CSS Styling
 
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How should Markdown render as with just CSS and no HTML modification? Especially, quoted text can be tricky. Slack, which has an elegant rounded left indentation, modifies the HTML freely. Let's explore solutions. I made a complete blog post here: http://espadrine.tumblr.com/post/1405.... You can find an example page here: https://thefiletree.com/demo/markdown.md?plug=markdown.
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How to Edit Wordpress Style CSS
 
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Follow this step by step guide to learn how to edit wordpress style sheet and see how to alter wordpress fonts. Don't forget to check out our site http://howtech.tv/ for more free how-to videos! http://youtube.com/ithowtovids - our feed http://www.facebook.com/howtechtv - join us on facebook https://plus.google.com/103440382717658277879 - our group in Google+ Style sheet basically contains all the formatting and appearance settings of a web page. In wordpress, we can also modify the effects and appearance through wordpress style .CSS. In this tutorial, we will be editing CSS of wordpress. Step 1 -- Open Editor First of all, move your mouse over appearance tab from the left pane of your dashboard and click on the Editor Option. Step 2 -- Style Sheet Editor After that, an editor will open up from where we can edit different wordpress configuration files. By default, the first file which appears is the wordpress style.CSS file which we have to edit. For the purpose of this tutorial, we will teach you how to alter some fonts through the style sheet. In order to do so, scroll down and find the font-size option. By default, it is 100 %. For the purpose of this tutorial, we will reduce it to 80 %. Once you are done, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on the update file button. Wordpress will notify us that the file has been updated. Step 3 -- Site's Font Decreased Now we will visit the site and you will notice that the font size has been reduced. The font size of whole of the page was reduced because we altered the portion of CSS, which contains the font property for the complete page. Step 4 -- Increase font size of Site's Title Now we will go back to the editor again in order to make some further changes. Once there, scroll down until you find "site- title anchor" class. This class is responsible for the appearance of site title. Let us increase the font size from 30 pixels to 50 pixels. Once you're done, refresh the site and you will notice that the font size of the site title will increase. And this was all about editing CSS of wordpress.
ROBOHELP 10: Creating CSS for a Topic
 
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RoboHelp 10 has simple, intuitive tools for creating CSS style sheets. This brief video shows how we take one topic (that has no real style) and swiftly create 3 basic styles. Afterwords, we apply Heading 1 and Heading 2 to give the topic some class. In less than 2 minutes, you can accomplish the same thing!
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css id vs class attributes,  when to use id and when to use class, difference between id and class
 
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css3 id vs class attributes, when to use id and when to use class, difference between id and class in css css benefits of using class over id, css3 benefits of using id over class, html id vs class, css id vs class, html class vs id, css class vs id, The Difference Between ID and Class, id vs class tutorial, difference between id and class tutorial,The Difference Between class and id HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript Tutorials , lessons with examples. Techsith.com id vs class more of a design related question and its a very important one. Overall you will be using more classes then ids. id: think of element that is unique. there is only one id per element. your html validateor would throw and en error if you do use it which means you will not be reusing the same style anywhere else. all the main containers in your HTMLs you should use id because you are not going to repete them . That doesnt mean that you cant use class there. advantage of using is for is as your main namespace. for css this way you can segregate work so your css doesn't messup. for example #leftContainer .button { color:red} which mean all the botton in the left containers are red. class: you can used them freely. any common styles you can define as class. as you can have multiple classes for the same element. and mix and match of the classes will make your css small . for example you can create two divs with same color but diffrent font sizes. Dont forget the attributes. actually id and class are attributes wich special meaning. and you can create your own custome attributes. like myattr. Platforms like angularjs uses them freely. overall i thin its better to use classes then ids especially when you working in a team envirement where you are responsible for a partial html . using id can be riskier if someone else is using the same id in the other part of the html . in css id has higher priority than class for example .....
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CSS Font Styles In 5 Minutes
 
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CSS has many varied and cryptic built in font styles like font-size, font-weight, font-variant, font-style and more. Learn about them in this action-packed tutorial!
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CSS Selectors: Classes and IDs
 
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https://codebabes.com/courses/css-virgin/css-selectors Now that we have the basics, let’s talk more about selectors. Here is the syntax we showed you earlier. CSS is made up of a selector and property-value pairs. CSS has different types of selectors. Let’s open our text editor, and browser, and look at type selectors first. Type selectors refer to HTML elements within the page. Here is the HTML generating the page, you can see the H1 and H2 headers, paragraphs, and a list. Now let’s look at the CSS. If we want to turn the first H1 tag blue we change the color to blue and refresh the page. So, type selectors select all the elements of a certain type of HTML tag, like divs, spans, headings, paragraphs. Any visible HTML element. Sometimes you want to apply the same CSS styling to different elements, so instead of writing them all out, like this: H1, then H2, then H3, you can use what is called a multiple selector. Add a list of all the elements you want to style, separated by commas, so H1, H2, H3 and then give them all the same color. If you want to write a comment in your CSS you can do it like this, forward slash, asterisk, your comment, asterisk, forward slash. Comments are great to remind you of what you were thinking, or to tell other people what you were thinking, kind of like Facebook... “And no, before you ask, I won’t accept your friend request.” Type selectors are the most basic and they change all the HTML tags of a certain type. What if you want to change just one tag? That’s where classes come in. Classes are a group of CSS properties that can be applied to any tag. To use a class you have to add the class attribute to an HTML element, and then the corresponding class and styles can be added to your stylesheet. In the style sheet a class will have a period before the name to identify it as a class. Let’s open the text editor and do an example by adding a class, highlight, to change the background color on a paragraph to yellow. Just add the class attribute to the paragraph element you want to highlight and then add the highlight class to the CSS style sheet. Now the paragraph specified will have a yellow background. Classes can be defined differently for different tags, like paragraph dot highlight, or H1 dot highlight. Let’s add both to the style sheet and create an H1 highlight with a color property, then we can go into the HTML and add the highlight class to the H1 header. When we refresh, we see the H1 element has a different background color. You can add the class to as many HTML elements as you wish. Classes are polygamist, like Mormons, one to many. IDs are another type of selector. They work like classes, except that, “THERE CAN ONLY BE ONE” id per page, like the Highlander. One use of IDs is for page layout. For example, if we want a div element to be the footer of the page we can add an ID of footer to this bottom div. Now lets add a width and height to the footer and a gray background in the CSS. Since we have a footer, we can wrap the rest of the HTML in a div tag with an ID of content. Next are contextual selectors. They allow you to apply styles to tags that meet a certain criteria and are in a parent child relationship. There are various forms of child and sibling selectors. The most common, is the descendant selector. It selects all the children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, you get the point. So, we want to style paragraphs in the footer differently from paragraphs in the content. We would use the descendant selector, or more simply, a space. It reads, pound, footer, space, paragraph. And another selector that reads pound, content, space, paragraph. Now, we can add a background color for the paragraphs in our content, and a border for the footer paragraph. background: #af295c; footer: #189fc4 Last are sudo classes. These select specific states of an element, with the addition of a colon. Most commonly these are used for links , with four possibilities: Link, Visited, Hover and Active. The four sudo classes should be used in this order so they don’t interfere with each other. Link is for things that have not been clicked, and can usually be omitted. Visited is for links that have been clicked before, Hover is what happens when your mouse hovers over the link, and Active is the link’s state while it is being clicked. Let’s add some links to our HTML, remove the underline, and change the color. Open up your text editor. First, let’s add two links to our HTML. One to Google, and one to Reddit. Let’s look at our HTML with these links added. You can see the links are underlined, and if they are inside a paragraph they inherit that paragraph’s color, this parent-child inheritance is a big part of CSS. ...
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How to Inject Custom HTML and CSS into an iFrame
 
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Ever been to a site like JSBin, where you can write HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, and then see the results in a panel to the right? An iframe is how we can accomplish this task.
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How to apply CSS style to HTML | lynda.com overview
 
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This CSS overview explores the different ways to apply style to an HTML file. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/CSS-tutorials/for-developers/52341-2.html?utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=videoupload-52341-0301 This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter three of the CSS for Developers course presented by lynda.com author Bill Weinman. The complete CSS for Developers course has a total duration of 4 hours and covers how to format text, images, backgrounds, and much more CSS for Developers table of contents: Introduction 1. CSS Quick Start 2. CSS Status 3. Using CSS 4. CSS Syntax 5. Formatting Text 6. Formatting Images 7. Using Color and Backgrounds 8. Creating Borders 9. Formatting Links 10. Positioning 11. Case Study 12. CSS Best Practices Conclusion
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Playing with jQuery and the CSS class selector
 
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The CSS Class selector is very useful when you need to manage or apply CSS styles to multiple elements. Additionally the CSS Selector also has performance advantages and can be overloaded. All of this becomes more exciting, when jQuery is used to add/remove or toggle classes. In this screencast, we'll take a look at how jQuery makes it easy to add/remove or toggle classes based on user events such as mouse-clicks and mouse-overs. Follow along with the code sample provided at: https://github.com/learnable-content/playing-with-jquery-and-class-selectors This screencast is a sample of my course - Introduction to jQuery https://learnable.com/courses/introduction-to-jquery-2884 on Learnable. This course is designed to get you up and running with jQuery with practical and easy to use examples. If you like this screencast, then head over to Learnable.com to join this course today!
Views: 2751 SitePoint
Remove Anything with Inspect Element Custom CSS
 
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Learn how to quickly remove any part of your WordPress website using inspect element and writing some custom css and the display none property. Remove elements, images, text, widgets, footer, header, sidebar and more.
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How to Edit the CSS Styles on Gantry 4 RocketTheme Templates
 
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Modifying the Joomla template on your site is a breeze if you are using a template from RocketTheme.com (they have a few free ones for use as well.) This tutorial will show you how to easily change the CSS tags on your Gantry 4 RocketTheme Joomla Template. Tools used in the tutorial are: Gantry Template Bundle for Joomla 2.5 + 3.2 - found at: http://www.gantry-framework.org/download And exTplorer file manager for Joomla found at: http://extplorer.net/files SUBSCRIBE TODAY! ► https://goo.gl/N6y5bH ENTER TO WIN! ► https://www.basicjoomla.com/contests FOLLOW US ON TWITTER! ► @basicjoomla LIKE US ON FACEBOOK! ► https://www.facebook.com/basicjoomla I received the request from my client asking for help on modifying the CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) for a template on a site that he is building. He is using a Rocket Theme template. I really like their templates; I like their extensions. One of the things that is super about them is it’s really easy to modify the template itself by changing the CSS. In the back-end of the Basic Joomla site, I'm going to go to "Extensions" and "Template Manager" and I'm going to select the Gantry Template which I have installed. It's this default one, is free and it comes with all the extensions that are needed to run Gantry. So, I'm just going to click here, make it the default, go back to the home page here and "Refresh" and we'll see that the template has changed. Now we're set to try to change this template up. The client is wondering about how to change the "Heading 2" CSS value at tag. If I hit F12 it opens up these developer tools and if I click on this magnifying glass down here, I can then highlight different parts of the template and it will show me over here on the right-hand side which CSS is affecting what. So, I'm going to select the “Welcome header” here and when I click that we see all of the rules, with the beginning rules in the Cascade, to the final ones that are affecting what is seen on the screen. Now the question here is, how to change the size for this title? You'll see "title" is the tag and component-content-heading2, and here we see font size of 28, line-height 30, font-weight normal, letter spacing normal. So, to preview the change of the size of that font we just click in here, and make it 108. Now let's suppose that is the size you want your coding to appear on the title in the template: title component-content-heading2. Well, then you can copy these changes and paste them in a custom CSS page. Go to the back-end of Joomla and I'm going to use a component called EXTplore. It's a file explorer for within your Joomla install, and here it shows the tree of your Joomla install. What you want to do is go to the CSS folder for the template that you are modifying. We're modifying Gantry so we're going to Gantry, double-clicking there, going to go into the CSS folder and here there are some files, and we want to make a file in this folder. I'm going to click here, "new file directory," and am going to give it a name and the taxonomy for the name is the template name, then -custom.css. So, this template is actually named "Gantry-custom." We click create. And then right-click, and we'll edit that. Now it's a blank file, of course. We can head back to the home page where we have the CSS for this title font selected and I'm going to left-click and I'm just going to drag and select all of that. And now I'm going to go "control C" for copy. Now let's go back to that custom file and we'll paste in the CSS. The only thing that we've really changed in all of this is the size. We could change other things. We could change the font weight, we can even add a line to change the color. So, we don't really need this line height change, your font weight, because that's already active, we don't want to change that, we just want to be changing the size. So now I'm going to save that file and we'll go back to the site here and I'm going to refresh the page and we'll see under refresh the letters in that heading remain the same. So, if I hit F12 again, use a magnifying glass, we can select that. Now when we go over we see the CSS that is applied and when we go down we'll see that the size here is changed in this file, "gantry-custom .css." So basically, you find the CSS that is affecting this template, and how its displayed, find the code, copy it after you've made it look the way that you want it to, and then paste it in your custom CSS file. There is also a tool for Firefox called Firebug. It's an extension that you would add on to Firefox, so search for that in extensions. You turn that on also with F12. So that is a really super way to customize the Rocket Theme templates and the CSS. Tutorial Theme Song "Bluewater" courtesy of http://www.freestockmusic.com Looping Background "Teal Tiles" courtesy of http://www.motionbackgroundsforfree.com #joomla #basicjoomla #cybersalt
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How To Edit WordPress Theme CSS Styles
 
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http://wordpresspowersites.org/how-to-edit-wordpress-theme-css-styles/ How To Edit WordPress Theme CSS Styles As a web developer, I frequently wrangle with codes. one of such is building and customizing WordPress Themes. Am a big fan of WordPress Genesis framework, i do use it to build amazing WordPress themes. I also install and further customize their child themes to suite my style. If you really want to know, my blog is using the Genesis Focus Theme. I have seen quite a number of WordPress users making CSS changes inside the wordpress theme template core stylesheet. I do wonder, what if something goes wrong, how do you revert back to the initial design? Some will say, they do make backup of their theme before making any changes to the CSS. i see that as a pain in the ass. Reasons You Shouldn't Alter Your WordPress Theme CSS stylesheet Damage Of Theme -- Not everyone has the habit of always backing up files before editing. If for example, you made a change to your theme style sheet, and after previewing, you didn't like the output, you may have difficulty changing or reverting the changes. Mind you, CTRL-Z won't work 'cos the browser was loaded when you saved the changes, therefore, you can't undo the change. Keep Theme Design Even After Update -- If you make changes to your theme files, all your customization will be lost if you update the theme to the latest version. If you follow the best practice rule below, you may still have your site customization even after an update only if the update didn't change the CSS ids and classes of the theme. but the customization can be lost if it was a major theme update like from version 1.5 to maybe 2.0 It can speed up theme customization time. For those of us using WordPress theme framework like Genesis, Thesis, e.t.c that develop themes as child themes of their framework, it is advisable you don't make any changes to the CSS style sheet. rather Get either the CSS ID, class or both controlling the design of the theme and add either an Internal Style Sheet or External Style Sheet below the theme external stylesheet. NOTE -- adding the new stylesheet you want to overwrite the theme CSS must not be above the default WordPress CSS stylesheet else it won't have an effect. More on WordPress Theme CSS Practice ALTERNATIVELY There are plugins that can save you of the above stress. all you need do is, place the CSS you want to over-rule in the specified plugin textarea, save and preview the output. Some of this custom WordPress custom CSS plugins include: Jetpack Custom -- If you are new to WordPress or even if you are a Pro, i advice you install and use Jetpack my Automattic(founder of WordPress). one of the feature that come with it is the Custom CSS. i personally use it to make CSS changes to my theme. to use this jetpack feature, you have to install Jetpack plugin. PC Custom CSS -- This plugin provides an easy and effective way to use your own custom CSS code with any theme. it a top-notch plugin when it comes to adding custom CSS. saying from my experience using it. WP Live CSS Editor -- A CSS live Editor that allows you to edit, preview changes and save all your project's CSS stylesheets live in the browser. My Custom CSS -- With this plugin you can put custom css code without edit your theme and/or your plugins (really useful in case of any theme/plugin update). Live CSS Preview -- This plugin adds a textarea to the new Customize page that allows theme editors to write, preview & implement css code in real-time. Best Custom CSS -- This plugin help you to manage your css files with an easy and convenient method directly from WordPress dashboard. Custom CSS Manager -- Simple plugin to manage Custom CSS Code to change the appearance of your WordPress website. This Plugin stores the CSS Code in the WordPress Options Database. Your Custom CSS -- Add your own CSS to your WordPress Backend and Frontend. Read The Rest Of This Article Here: http://wordpresspowersites.org/how-to-edit-wordpress-theme-css-styles/ http://youtu.be/jkD-KSXQNeY
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CSS video tutorial - 8 - Precedence of CSS styles
 
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CSS - Precedence of styles The type of style being considered more important than other is known as precedence of style. The order in which styles are placed determines which style rule takes the highest precedence. The better understanding of precedence of styles will help us to create more organized and manageable code. Important Note: nearest or closest style rule to the tag / element wins. Order of precedence: 1. Inline styles 2. Internal (Embedded) styles 3. External styles. 4. Browser default styles. Browser default styles: Every browser has its own default style rules, those style rules get apply when no styles are defined for a page. External Styles: are styles that are placed in an external sheet (i.e. CSS file). External styles are used to override browser default styles. If more than one CSS files linked then the order in which they placed are considered. Internal Styles: are styles that are placed within header tag. Internal styles are used to override external and browser default styles. Inline Styles: are styles that are placed within opening tag. Inline styles are used to override internal, external and browser default styles. ======================================================== Follow the link for next video: https://youtu.be/uIjQeBemGgE Follow the link for previous video: https://youtu.be/zCry11BLxAk ========= For more benefits & Be up to date =================== Subscribe to the channel: https://www.youtube.com/chidrestechtu... Like the Facebook fan page: https://www.facebook.com/ManjunathChidre Visit to Chidre's Tech Tutorials website: http://www.chidrestechtutorials.com ========== CSS Questions & Answers ======================== 1. Which styles are having highest precedence? a. external styles b. browser default styles c. embedded styles d. inline styles Answer: d ========================================================
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How to Edit the CSS Styles on Gantry 5 RocketTheme Templates - A How to Edit Joomla CSS Tutorial
 
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Here is how to modify the CSS for your entire Rocket Theme Template. Subscribe Today! ► https://goo.gl/Y3wTy5 Modifying the Joomla template on your site is fairly simple if you are using a template from RocketTheme.com (they have a few free ones for use as well.) This tutorial will show you how to easily change the CSS tags on your Gantry 5 RocketTheme Joomla Template. Tools used in the tutorial are: Gantry and Hydrogen Template for Joomla 3.4+ - found at: http://www.gantry-framework.org/download Here is the text of the subtitles for this video: Hi, I'm Tim Davis from Cybersalt's Basic Joomla channel. I really like the templates that RocketTheme puts out. Their Gantry 5 system makes it super easy to customize the CSS to fit my style and your style. That's what this tutorial is about. Let's head on over to the computer and check it out. Before we get started, apologies for a little bit of garbally audio in that intro; it's the first video I've used the green screen on and I'm still setting things up. But, let's get back to the point here. In order to customize the CSS of a template template using gantry 5 you first need to create a folder inside the template folder to put your custom CSS. So, let's see how to do that first. I'm already logged into my cpanel account and the file manager where this Basic Joomla site is installed and what you want to do is go to the templates folder, go into there and you want to go into the folder that has the same name of the template that you want to customize CSS for. In this case it is the Gantry 5 Hydrogen; G5 Hydrogen. Go into that folder and then you want to go into the custom folder. Now, I just want to point out we're gonna be creating a folder called SCSS there's already one that exists in the template folder, but this is not the one that we're looking for. What we want to do is go into the custom folder and then we're going to create a folder called SCSS. Once we've created the SCSS folder we're going to then go into it and we're going to create a new file this time and that file is going to be named custom .scss. And we'll create that file. Now, that's an empty file, let's get some CSS to customize and put in there. I'm going to the homepage of Basic Joomla right now, I have it set up with the default Gantry 5 page, and change the color of this font here. I'm using Chrome so I'm going to use hit f12 to bring up the element inspector and I'm going to click this arrow and scroll then we'll select this text here. We'll see that getting started is - as we see down here - it's a heading 1 and heading one here is the colored grey. Now I can click this button and I can change the color - you'll notice it will change up here - to something that I want and you will also notice that you sort of get a magnifying glass you can pick a color that's on the screen. This is great for matching up existing colors in the theme or as you're doing your work along. So why don't we just select this purple here, I'll mouse over it click on it, and I click outside of here and go back down, here we have heading one; color is purple. Now, this css, this code here, I'm just going to left click and drag and select it and go CTRL-C to copy it. Now we then go to the .SCSS custom page that we made. We're going to, right click, go edit and now I'm going to paste CSS information in there. Now, if I want to change the color of heading 1, heading 2 to that purple that we selected back here, then I would leave the CSS like this. But let's just change it for heading 1. And basically we've pasted that code in there. We'll save our changes. Now, I'm going to go quickly into the back end of the Joomla site here and click the clean cache button - I use Regular Labs' cache manager - that will clean the cache and that guarantees that now when I refresh this page heading 1 is purple. We can even close the inspector and basically you're all set up to look for other CSS that you want to customize and once you get a hold of the code that you want and set it in the manner that I just showed you you would then go back and add it to your custom .SCSS file. So there you have it; that's how to edit the CSS and a template that's being run on Gantry 5. I hope this tutorial was helpful for you. If it was why not give it a thumbs up or even subscribe to the channel? Thanks for watching and enjoying working on your Joomla sites - God bless. Tutorial Theme Song "Bluewater" courtesy of http://www.freestockmusic.com Looping Background "Teal Tiles" courtesy of http://www.motionbackgroundsforfree.com #joomla #basicjoomla #cybersalt
Views: 13166 Basic Joomla Tutorials
Qt5 C++ Adding CSS Styles #6
 
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In this video iam going to show you how you can Add CSS Styles in Qt5 C++ Qt5 C++ has a functionality to design your User Interface with Qt Cascading Style Sheet that is similar ro CSS Styles Qt5 C++ Adding CSS Styles Add CSS Styles in Qt5 C++ how to add css styles to qt5 Qt Cascading Style Sheet adding css styles to qt5 gui qt designer style qt designer css cascading style sheets (programming language) qt tutorial
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HTML5 Tutorial: Easy Way to Understand HTML and CSS
 
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In this HTML5 tutorial we're going to answer the question of what are HTML and the CSS. I'm going to give you a very high level view of them first, and then we're going to talk about each on independently and how they work together, including a small demo at the end so that you can see how vital both of them are. What are HTML and CSS? Well, technically they're just tools that you can use, and they're syntaxes you can use that allow you to write code that can be interpreted by browsers. By default, a browser can only interpret and then render on the screen so many different types of code. For example, if you were to take an Excel spreadsheet or a Word doc and you try to open it up in Google Chrome or in Firefox, it is not going to work. That's because the browser is not capable of taking a file like that and interpreting it into something that it can show on the screen. HTML and CSS are capable of that. That is their goal is they provide a syntax so that when the browser see it, when it sees a document that has HTML and CSS code in it, it can interpret it and then it can show exactly what you're wanting on the screen. Literally every web page in the entire world has HTML, and pretty much all of them also have CSS. We're going to talk about the different types of roles that each one of them support in this web development tutorial. HTML stands for hypertext markup language. Now, when you hear the word language, you may think programming language, but that's not quite accurate because it really is just providing you a syntax for writing code so that the browser's able to read it properly. It's really more of just a markup language, whereas a programming language such as JavaScript or Java or Ruby allows you to have some extra behavior like conditionals and loops and those kinds of concepts. With HTML, you're simply writing a static page, meaning there's not really a lot of behavior in it. You need to use other languages in order to make that happen. What HTML allows you to do is to wrap a structure around content. If you imagine having some type of blog page, HTML allows for you to designate where the content is, where the title is, where a video or an ad might be. Then you're able to then organize it and later on style it. That's where CSS comes in. CSS stands for cascading style sheets. The style word in there may indicate it's main primary objective. What CSS is in charge of doing is giving style to websites. You're able to take all of that HTML code that you organize and you put on the page. CSS then goes in, and it adds all of the style elements. This can be anything from colors to fonts to animations. Anything that you look at on the page that has a type of style associated with it mostly likely is coming from CSS. Let's walk through a real world analogy that will hopefully help you understand the differences and the specific roles that HTML have compared with CSS. Imagine that you're building a house. If you're building a house, the HTML is kind of like the foundation and the wood framing and the roof and the sheet rock. The CSS on the other hand is more like the paint and the carpet and any kind of design accent that isn't really associated with the structure, but it is what allows a house to look good. Now let's take a look at a website and see what happens when you have a website that has HTML and CSS compared with a website that only has HTML. Right here you can see a fully built out website. This has everything from a navigation bar, it has a parallax feature with background images, it has animations, it has a map, and all of the different elements you'd expect in a website. This website has HTML and CSS. Now, I duplicated this website, and if you want to take a look at it, what I did is I removed the CSS. I didn't make a single change to the HTML. All I did was I removed the calls that brought in the CSS styles, and this is what you would get. Now, if you scroll through it, it still has all the same content, and it even kept a few elements like the embedded map and some things like that. Because of the CSS's role, because CSS is in charge of adding styles, what we're left with here is just plain HTML. It has all of the same structure, but because it doesn't have the CSS, it doesn't have any kind of alignment. It doesn't have the colors. It doesn't bring in the background images, and it doesn't align the items in the proper way. Written guide: https://www.crondose.com/2018/08/learn-how-to-code-what-are-html-and-css/ Follow me: Twitter: https://twitter.com/jordanhudgens Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jordanhudgens/ GitHub: http://github.com/jordanhudgens
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SharePoint: Working with CSS styles | lynda.com tutorial
 
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This SharePoint tutorial shows how to detect the applied CSS styles using IE 8 Developer tools or Firebug. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Office-2007-tutorials/sharepoint-designer-2007-branding-sharepoint-sites/61995-2.html?utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=videoupload-61995-0605 This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter six of the SharePoint Designer 2007: Branding SharePoint Sites course presented by lynda.com author Simon Allardice. The complete SharePoint Designer 2007: Branding SharePoint Sites course has a total duration of 5 hours and 43 minutes and covers topics from creating themes and making simple CSS changes to fully re-styling a site with master pages and Page Layout templates SharePoint Designer 2007: Branding SharePoint Sites table of contents: Introduction 1. Getting to Know SharePoint 2. Working with SharePoint 3. Permissions in SharePoint 4. In-Browser Customization 5. Introduction to SharePoint Designer 2007 6. CSS Files in SharePoint 7. Customizing WSS Sites 8. Customizing Sites with WCM 9. Page Layouts 10. Customizing the Collaboration Portal 11. Customizing the Publishing Portal 12. Creating Themes 13. Customizing Navigation Conclusion
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How to edit Css Style | Add Custom css in WordPress theme
 
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Tutorial shows you, How to edit CSS Style with Firefox add-on Firebug | add Custom CSS file in WordPress theme Helpful soft below to assist in this project: Firefox + Firebug, Notepad Plus, WordPress CMS, Theme “Mystile”, Plugin “Simple Custom CSS” Find my previous video: How to install WordPress locally / Using XAMPP Server Step by Step Tutorial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1Wf2sNnE54 Feel free to ask me any question!!! Subscribe on YouTube Channel: http://goo.gl/EjTyOO Find me on FACEBOOK: http://goo.gl/op3TUZ Follow me on Google Plus: http://goo.gl/Uvauei Follow me on TWITTER: http://goo.gl/gz2V6G how to edit css stylesheet how to edit css.stylesheet in wordpress how to edit style.css file wordpress how to edit element style in css
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How to link css to html (Quick Tutorial)
 
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This video will show you How to link css to html. There are three ways to insert the stylesheet. Each way has a different method structure. The inline style method uses the style attribute to style the specific element in the webpage. The internal stylesheet resides within the webpage. The external stylesheet is a separate file from the webpage. An external stylesheet is composed of all the styling attributes to the specific page it was linked to. A "link" tag is added inside the "head" section in the webpage. Read the Article: http://www.22bulbjungle.com/how-to-link-css-to-html-step-by-step/ Follow Us Facebook: http://bit.ly/2srBAX7 Twitter: http://bit.ly/2tAEvgG Instagram: http://bit.ly/2tbfnKn how to link html to css | link html to css | html link to css | link css file to html | html link to css file
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IDX Customization for Everyone; from CSS Styling to API Data
 
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In this video we go over customizing CSS and building with the IDX API. Set yourself apart and set yourself up for success! IDX Broker allows you to customize your CSS to display, hide, or style content differently for different viewers. Unfamiliar with CSS? IDX Broker has developer partners who know the platform and how to adapt it to fit your needs. This webinar will cover everything you need to know about hiring a pro to help, or becoming an expert yourself! Get the presentation source materials here: https://github.com/antonioortegajr/CSS-API-IDX-Webinar Learn more about: IDX Broker Platinum - http://bit.ly/IDXBroker_Platinum IDX Broker Lite - http://bit.ly/IDXBroker_Lite IDX Broker WordPress Plugin - http://bit.ly/IDX_WordPress Connect with IDX: The IDX Blog - http://bit.ly/7asJWsk Facebook - http://bit.ly/2hlFI8s Twitter - http://bit.ly/1hYFMUo Instagram - http://bit.ly/1hYGjWi Google+ http://bit.ly/1hYGZes Pinterest - http://bit.ly/1hYH41D
Views: 1130 IDX Broker
Dayenu ~ CSS Style!
 
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Happy Passover from the CSS office! We hope everyone has a meaningful and joyous seder tonight, filled with friends, family and food!
Modify Theme CSS with Inspect Element - WordPress
 
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How to edit the CSS on your WordPress theme using Inspect Element in Google Chrome. Learn how to change colors, fonts, widths and more. Make a blog: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cC4XToEP1Xk If you have any questions, just post a comment. Created By: Dear Blogger
Views: 67621 Greg Narayan
Change WordPress Font-Size Using Theme Options or CSS | WP Learning Lab
 
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Grab Your Free 17-Point WordPress Pre-Launch PDF Checklist: http://vid.io/xqRL Download your exclusive 10-Point WP Hardening Checklist: http://bit.ly/10point-wordpress-hardening-checklist Change WordPress Font-Size Using Theme Options or CSS | WP Learning Lab Changing WordPress Font-size is done in the theme options panel or with CSS. Once you know where to make the changes in your theme it is easy to do. As with a lot of things in Wordpress, where you do things depends on the theme you're using and the plugins you're running. First, always check to see if your theme has theme options. If it does then you should be able to find a typography tab to edit font sizes. Sometimes font sizes will be found in the general settings of the theme options. The theme options will be found either under the Appearance menu in the left hand side admin menu or there will be special menu item that the them itself added. If your theme doesn't have theme options, then you're next stop should be the customizer. Some themes have a lot of WordPress Customizer support. Go to Appearance then Customizer to see if you can edit font sizes there. If both of those are a no-go then you're left with going to directly to the stylesheet to change font sizes. This is method is great if you have some CSS knowledge. To find your stylesheet go to Appearance then Editor. The stylesheet will be the first thing to appear in the editor. If, for some reason, it's not there, then find the style.css file in the list of theme files on the right and click it to open it in the editor. NOTE: You should be edit stylesheet of a child theme only. If you edit the parent theme stylesheet directly then your edits could be overwritten when you update the them. Here's a tutorial on how to create a child theme if you need it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z8n1h-85SMQ Now that you have the CSS stylesheet open in the editor you will need to find the font styles. The easiest way to do this is go to your main site and find the fonts that you want to edit. If you're using Google Chrome or Firefox right click on the text and choose the "inspector" or "inspect" from the context menu. If you're not using Google Chrome or Firefox then start using them. In the inspector that opens at the bottom of the page you should see the text highlighted in the main area and the class of the element on the right. You can type styles right into the element on the right hand side to quickly test to see how big you want the font to be. This doesn't save it permanently. What you see is only in your browser and as soon as you refresh the page you'll lose it. So, find the class for the text, find the right size and move that CSS rule in to the stylesheet for the child theme. Sometimes you'll have to fight with the existing CSS to make your font changes take effect. That's where a command link !important comes in very handy. If you type .h2 {font-size:10px !important;}. Having !important forces that style to take precedent over all others. It's a lazy way to code CSS, but unless you have time to find the conflicting styles, it's a fast and easy trick. I hope this information helps you! If you have any questions leave a comment below or ping me @WPLearningLab on Twitter. -------------- If you want more excellent WordPress information check out our website where we post WordPress tutorials daily. https://wplearninglab.com/ Connect with us: WP Learning Lab Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=wplearninglab Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wplearninglab Twitter: https://twitter.com/WPLearningLab Google Plus: http://google.com/+Wplearninglab Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wplearninglab/
How to Enqueue Custom CSS Styles in WordPress
 
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http://skeeterZ71.com FREE premium WooCommerce Plugins https://pluginforage.com In this video we enqueue a custom CSS file in your child theme functions.php, and learn the difference between enqueuing a custom CSS style sheet into your child theme in WordPress and enqueuing a style.css sheet in your WordPress child theme. They are NOT the same. If you need to know how to enqueue a child theme style sheet, you should view my other video that will show you how here https://youtu.be/wnpyM6h9jE0 WordPress has an enqueue script function. This function provides a systematic way of loading JavaScripts and styles. By using wp_enqueue_script function, you tell WordPress when to load a script, where to load it, and what are it’s dependencies. http://SkeeterZ71.com Free Web & Graphic Design Video Tutorials
HTML & CSS: Styling Hyperlinks
 
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Learn how to use CSS to change the color of hyperlinks for a navigation section.
How To Customize CSS On A WordPress Website - Beginners Guide
 
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How To Customize CSS On A WordPress Website - Beginners Guide My Website: https://www.wpcrafter.com CSSHero: https://www.wpcrafter.com/csshero If you have a website, then no doubt you have wanted to change something that there isn't a setting for. That is where CSS comes in. In this video I will show you how to find the right CSS classes and make the changes that you want on your website. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ All of my opinions in this video are my own, I was not paid to make this video. Whenever there is a link in any of my videos, if there is an affiliate program available, it's safe to assume that you are clicking on an affiliate link. Please check my website for any associated bonus I may be offering, for supporting me, or ask in the comments below. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Fix WordPress Error The Theme Is Missing The Style.css Stylesheet
 
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how to fix the theme is missing the style.css stylesheet WordPress failure error https://www.gomahamaya.com/fix-wordpress-error-theme-missing-style-css-stylesheet/ Note- I request everyone of you first verify whether it's WordPress theme or html template . my video is related to WordPress themes don't dislike my video just only because you can't distinguish between WordPress theme or other template . All my video is created 100% correct . comments below for help but don't dislike this please A common issue that can occur when installing a WordPress themes is “The package could not be installed. The theme is missing the style.css stylesheet. error message being displayed when uploading or activating the theme Upload the Installable WordPress file admin area Log in to your WordPress admin area. Browse to Appearance - Themes. Click on ‘Add New’. Click ‘Upload’. Browse and select the theme zip file to ‘Upload’. Upload Via FTP ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Donate to support our work- https://www.paypal.me/gomahamaya donation id - [email protected] ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Get in touch with us on Social Media. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gomahamaya Twitter: https://twitter.com/gomahamaya -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- contact us on our website- https://www.gomahamaya.com/ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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CSS Specificity Explained in Bangla
 
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If there are two or more conflicting CSS rules that point to the same element, the browser follows some rules to determine which one is most specific and therefore wins out. Think of specificity as a score/rank that determines which style declarations are ultimately applied to an element. The universal selector (*) has low specificity, while ID selectors are highly specific! Specificity Hierarchy Every selector has its place in the specificity hierarchy. There are four categories which define the specificity level of a selector: Inline styles - An inline style is attached directly to the element to be styled. IDs - An ID is a unique identifier for the page elements, such as #navbar. Classes, attributes and pseudo-classes - This category includes .classes, [attributes] and pseudo-classes such as :hover, :focus etc. Elements and pseudo-elements - This category includes element names and pseudo-elements, such as h1, div, :before and :after. How to Calculate Specificity? Memorize how to calculate specificity! Start at 0, add 1000 for style attribute, add 100 for each ID, add 10 for each attribute, class or pseudo-class, add 1 for each element name or pseudo-element. Consider these three code fragments: The specificity of A is 1 (one element) The specificity of B is 101 (one ID reference and one element) The specificity of C is 1000 (inline styling) Since 1 101 1000, the third rule (C) has a greater level of specificity, and therefore will be applied. Specificity Rules Equal specificity: the latest rule counts - If the same rule is written twice into the external style sheet, then the lower rule in the style sheet is closer to the element to be styled, and therefore will be applied: the latter rule is always applied. ID selectors have a higher specificity than attribute selectors - Look at the following three code lines: Apart from Floats, the CSS Specificity is one of the most difficult concepts to grasp in Cascading Stylesheets. The different weight of selectors is usually the reason why your CSS-rules don’t apply to some elements, although you think they should have. In order to minimize the time for bug hunting you need to understand, how browsers interpret your code. And to understand that, you need to have a firm understanding on how specificity works. In most cases such problems are caused by the simple fact that somewhere among your CSS rules you’ve defined a more specific selector. This article has been updated on October 5th, 2016. CSS Specificity isn’t simple. However, there are methods to explain it in a simple and intuitive way. And that’s what this article is all about. You’ll understand the concept if you love Star Wars. Really. Let's take a look at some important issues related to CSS Specificity as well as examples, rules, principles, common solutions, and resources. You can find the most important things you should know about CSS specificity in a brief overview at the beginning of the article. Specificity Calculator: https://specificity.keegan.st/ More Details: https://www.w3schools.com/css/css_specificity.asp https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2007/07/css-specificity-things-you-should-know/
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Styling CSS forms: adding jQuery navigation | lynda.com tutorial
 
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This tutorial describes how to use jQuery to build interactivity into a form using three field sets. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Web-Interactive-CSS-tutorials/CSS-Styling-Forms/90368-2.html?utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=videoupload-0603 This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter six of the CSS: Styling Forms course presented by lynda.com author Ray Villalobos. The complete CSS: Styling Forms course has a total duration of 4 hours and 2 minutes, and describes how to code forms to improve usability, including discussion of special styles for individual form elements CSS: Styling Forms table of contents: Introduction 1. Understanding Form Structure 2. Styling Basic Elements 3. Laying out Forms 4. Using HTML 5 Additions 5. Styling for Handhelds 6. Advanced Design Patterns Conclusion
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Using multiple CSS classes | Computer Programming | Khan Academy
 
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Created by: pamela Practice this lesson yourself on KhanAcademy.org right now: https://www.khanacademy.org/computing/computer-programming/html-css/more-css-selectors/p/challenge-a-classy-gallery?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=computerprogramming Watch the next lesson: https://www.khanacademy.org/computing/computer-programming/html-css/css-layout-properties/p/css-floating-elements?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=computerprogramming Missed the previous lesson? https://www.khanacademy.org/computing/computer-programming/html-css/css-layout-properties/v/css-in-the-wild-google-maps?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=computerprogramming Computer Programming on Khan Academy: Learn how to program drawings, animations, and games using JavaScript & ProcessingJS, or learn how to create webpages with HTML & CSS. You can share whatever you create, explore what others have created and learn from each other! About Khan Academy: Khan Academy is a nonprofit with a mission to provide a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere. We believe learners of all ages should have unlimited access to free educational content they can master at their own pace. We use intelligent software, deep data analytics and intuitive user interfaces to help students and teachers around the world. Our resources cover preschool through early college education, including math, biology, chemistry, physics, economics, finance, history, grammar and more. We offer free personalized SAT test prep in partnership with the test developer, the College Board. Khan Academy has been translated into dozens of languages, and 100 million people use our platform worldwide every year. For more information, visit www.khanacademy.org, join us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter at @khanacademy. And remember, you can learn anything. For free. For everyone. Forever. #YouCanLearnAnything Subscribe to Khan Academy's Computer Programming channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzYDKG5mmfPPIosXuQ1PvEA?sub_confirmation=1 Subscribe to Khan Academy: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=khanacademy
Intro to HTML and CSS - Your Problem Has Been Solved Before
 
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This video is part of a full course, Intro to HTML and CSS offered on Udacity.com. To view the full course visit https://www.udacity.com/course/ud304.
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Use CSS Selectors to Style Elements FreeCodeCamp | 👽 HackApocalypse
 
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Use CSS Selectors to Style Elements and next thing you know you be the most stylish, neck-beard, basement virgin the internet has ever seen! 😅This video is part of a series where I go through all of the challenges at FreeCodeCamp dot O.R.G. and do my best to explain them without sounding like a complete turd.💩 -Remember, place the style declarations in between the style tags! -Remember that an HTML document has a head element and a body element and the style element goes in the head. - Remember to use a semi-colon at the end of your style. ▶ Learn more at http://www.hackapocalypse.com {Going Live FEBRUARY FIRST OMG!} Thank you for checking-out HackApocalypse 👽 here on Youtube! I make these videos because I am a power-nerd that loves programming and building cool things on the web! I also have an extreme country music obsession 🎸 but that's a talk for another channel. If you like building things with code and want to cut the BS and have fun doin' it, then you've come to the right place! ~ FreeCodeCamp Playlist ~ HTML Basics Playlist If you're NEW to the channel and can't get enough Coding Awesomeness! Be sure to subscribe! ▶ SUBSCRIBE: AND If you're a returning subscriber, be sure to COMMENT BELOW I love hearing from you guys! 😍 ~ CSS Playlist ~ Bootstrap Playlist ~ Javascript Playlist NEW VIDEOS EVERY MONDAY, WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY The concepts in this video are covered more in-depth at HackApocalypse ~ http://www.hackapocalypse.com And remember if you have any questions you can comment down below 👇 I try my best to ALWAYS comment back! Or you can find me : Facebook - Instagram - SnapChat - Medium - and @bradleyjaymes on most of the interrrnerrrts ?? - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - THINGS I ❤ & RECOMMEND Atom - Codepen - W3Schools - Team Treehouse - THANK YOU ! KEEP CODING! - Bradley Jaymes #bradleyjaymes #coding #programming #html #hackapocalypse #quincyonthebass #freecodetrampalldayeveryday
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The Easiest Way To Make CSS Changes To WordPress Websites - Using A Free Tool
 
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This is by far the easiest way to edit the styles CSS on your WordPress website. It's so easy anyone can change fonts, colors, spacing and more. Let's show our support: https://www.producthunt.com/posts/canvasflip-visual-inspector https://www.canvasflip.com/visual-inspector/ Thanks for watching! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ All of my opinions in this video are my own, I was not paid to make this video. Whenever there is a link in any of my videos, if there is an affiliate program available, it's safe to assume that you are clicking on an affiliate link. Please check my website for any associated bonus I may be offering, for supporting me, or ask in the comments below. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Remove Render Blocking Javascript and CSS With Autoptimize Plugin
 
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Improve site performance for your WordPress Blog and remove render-blocking Javascript and CSS. This can all be accomplished with the Autoptimize Plugin and a free tool called Critical Path CSS Generator (see link below). The correct Autoptimize plugin settings will remove render-blocking Javascript and render-blocking CSS. That is Javascript or CSS that loads above the fold, thereby impacting your website performance. By eliminating this render-blocking code from your site, you will see a drastic improvement to your website load times. https://jonassebastianohlsson.com/criticalpathcssgenerator/ And if you're interested in how to combine external javascript and/or CSS to reduce the number of HTTP requests, take a look at my latest video: https://youtu.be/I2j-cVQ7MhI
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