|Tess (tessisamess) wrote,|
@ 2013-08-04 13:52:00
(example) The container that holds the whole thing is labelled as an ID because you only need it once. Section headers are labelled as a CLASS because they come up more than once.STEP 2: Start moving styling out of the divs and into the stylesheet. IDs and classes are case-sensitive. To see an example of what you need to do, check this out. Right click and hit VIEW PAGE SOURCE.
(note) If there is styling in an IMG tag, group it with the ID or CLASS that image is inside of! For example, there are three images with the same styling in the header of the code I used as an example, so I put the styling of those images into #HEAD img so that the IMG SRC tags wouldn't need to contain anything other than the URL for the images.STEP 3: Keep going until you're done! I'm not good at knowing what needs to be explained and what doesn't, so if you have any questions go ahead and comment with them and I'll get back at ya.