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why was the link element (Used to link the style-sheet) written twice (Here)?
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="styles/reset.css">
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="styles/style.css">
Was this necessary?
If you look more closely you’ll see that the links are different: one is for reset.css and the other is for style.css. Style.css would be your main stylesheet that you used in the exercise, while reset.css will override browser defaults (as I think was discussed in a prior lesson on the border-box model).
I have my own question. In step 7 it says: " Instead of linking the font from index.html, you realize it would be a better to import Google fonts in the files directly into stylesheets with the
Intentionally or not, it seems to imply that the
@font-face method is better than the
<link> method. Is that actually true, or another instance of the lesson’s wording being a bit ambiguous? I’ve read elsewhere that the two methods have similar performance, but that
<link> might be slightly preferred.
For example see this post: https://css-tricks.com/dont-just-copy-the-font-face-out-of-google-fonts-urls/.
Sorry if my question digress away from the main topic of typography.
I don’t understand why the
<li><a class="home" href="#top">FAVORITE FONTS</a></li> disappears from view unless I full screen the ‘web-browser’. I tried to change the
display property of the
list element or adding
float property or changing the
width, but can’t seem to bring that navigation element to view.
Can someone explain why and how would you go around to display this specific element regardless of the screen size? Thanks!
If you are a Notepad user (like me), then setting a monospaced font will do wonders. It will help you distinguish between characters lowercase l and uppercase I and other such pairs.
I’m alittle lost with what I did. Followed the video for the typography project. However after following to directly import the fonts to the stylesheets, things started to look abit different. Greyed out text and things staying red I assumed meant that code that I copy and pasted from the link didn’t work.
As I’m new to this not sure. Any help is greatly welcomed.
The code of the very first lesson of Typography consists of files under the font folder. How do we get to download those files or folders directly to run the web on our computer’s browser???