CSS How-To Lesson 2 TutorialHere's the previous lesson if you haven't seen it yet:More Like This
Wave your mouse over the image below. Tell me what happens:
With coding, you can apply special features that change something whenever you wave your mouse over it- this is done with a simple "hover" command.
As an example, I will show you the coding I used to add this hover effect to pictures in this journal:
I seriously changed up the coding of the journal just do use that example.
As you can see by the example, I used two selectors; img, and img:hover.
The hover command says when this command (or selector, as discussed in the previous lesson) will take place; in other words, whenever you hover your mouse over it. There are several other commands you can use, however. Just follow the link below:
Seriously if you want to learn CSS you should click thi
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I hope that you're well
Fine, better... I hope that you're ok
I know that these last three were terrible but everything will be ok
I still believe in humanity
I'm back here for the moment
I try and i'm tryin' to realise that, in our dear France, something bad happened... Now, everything will be ok
Have a wonderful day with your family and friends
Enjoy every second
Keep the smile
Watch a movie
Listen music (Justin bieber, Black Metal, Disco, Rap, Grindcore, Classic... Enjoy)
Make sex or / and Love
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WE THE FUTURE
alternatives to inkblazersfor manga/comic artists from IB, some alternative comic sites to Inkblazers to put your work on, since IB shuts down for good in Feburary~More Like This
if you know of any others that are ok, please let me know in the comments, I will add them to the list :>
CSS How-To Lesson 1 TutorialYou want to customize your page?More Like This
So I noticed in the journal poll I made that a lot of people actually did want a CSS or html tutorial from me. Well, here it is.
CSS and HTML coding can kind of fit together, the same way anatomy and physiology do. Anatomy is the study of where different parts of the body are, and physiology is the study of what they do. HTML and CSS is like this.
HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language. It is pretty much what describes the content in the document.
CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. It is made to show HOW the html text is displayed.
Seeing as HTML coding is what describes what is inside a document, I will first show you the html coding available for DA- you can find that here:
Now for CSS formatting- and I really hope you read the link part before you continue reading.
this is a good image to use in describing it (found on w3schools.com)
Whatever begins the section is like a selector- if you read the HTML guide I sent, y