CSS Website Design Tutorial – #4 Setting Up a Menu Bar admin September 4, 2014 25 Comments Video Rating: 4 / 5 Categories:Web Design designmenuSettingTutorialwebsite Previous Post WordPress Website Development Portfolio Next Post Ecommerce Website Development
menu is not showing in chrome in the very begining itself body background
color shows so its reading the css. works fine in IE
People…click on settings at the bottom right of the video. You can slow
down the video as well as speed it up.
People are saying that you are too fast with it, I understood it and I know
most of HTML but you shown me one thing that I got confused on for a long
time and that is the
I’m a professional developer and I have to say: your videos are the best at
explaining anything I’ve ever seen in my life. Make more!
Thanks, from California.
Hi there, I just wanted to say thank you so much for making these videos!
I’m in the process of creating a website for a business I plan on launching
at the beginning of the year, and this is saving me a lot of money! Thank
you Thank you Thank you!
word spacing doesnt work
Never mind haha
ur awesome mannnnnnnnnnn
ur vedios are helping alot
simply i love ur vedios and ur fastness as well
Word space doesnt work for me ????
Can you put images in a list?
Why does my browser not recognise century gothic
God bless you Ed Johnson such a wonderful tutorial. Thanks a lot
Im having a problem getting the border .
ids must be unique where as class can be applied to many things. In
general, use id whenever you want to refer to a specific element and class
when you have a number of things that are all alike. For instance, common
id elements are things like header, footer, sidebar. Common class elements
are things like highlight or external-link.In CSS, ids look like #elementID
and class elements look like .someClass. Hope this helps you 🙂
notepad is probably the simplest text editor, but you can use any one you
like (notepad++, wordpad, topstyle, etc…). What you cannot do, however,
is save it as a text document (.txt), you have to save it as .html or .css
respectively. Hope that answered your question.
@TheLoLGameplays7312 Yes, and it ain’t that easy!! The way that most people
will do it, and the core of the process is ALL going to be in PHP, with
MySQL on the side. There are probably some tutorials or tutorial series’ on
YouTube that detail this. You kind of have to understand that Dreamweaver
is just a very heavily padded Notepad, with predictive text for functions
and stuff, but not necessary as a tool.
can tell me how to html code in web page
yeah i cant center my menu and add space and height!
i cant get my menu bar
There’s a door hinge that needs oiled at 7:47
Why is that your mouse is in loading state always?
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