Before putting any xHTML or CSS file online, you should always check it for errors. A good way to do this is to run your code through w3c’s Markup Validator and CSS Validator. As good as these and similar services are, I have found that some beginners have trouble understanding what the errors mean and […]
Day: March 26, 2022
I didn’t realize this until just recently, but there actually seems to be a raging debate in the web developer community about whether HTML should be taught before xHTML, or whether beginners should start off with xHTML from the beginning. https://letsexchange.io/custom/exchange-pairs/33/eth/usd/info Why is this even a question to anyone? Isn’t the answer a no-brainer? At […]
The Cascade in CSS: Tags, classes, pseudoclasses, etc.The Cascade in CSS: Tags, classes, pseudoclasses, etc.
Which takes precedence? tag .class tag.class tag:pseudoclass tag.class:pseudoclass What if you add ids into the mix? It can seem confusing when you start adding all these little details to the rules of CSS precedence, but you should always keep in mind that the more specifically-targeted elements will always take precedence over the more generically(or generally)-targeted […]
If you have a question about xHTML or CSS that you don’t see answered on this website, please ask in a comment below. https://letsexchange.io/custom/exchange-pairs/0.125/eth/usd/info If you have simply overlooked it, I will give you the link to it. If it’s something that can be answered in a short sentence or two, I will post the […]