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Max Johnson397 Points
Im a begginer and its says to download http://necolas.github.io/normalize.css/2.1.0/normalize.css i downloaded it but not sure what to do with it now
Tom Scott15,236 Points
It's can be really tricky to understand when you start. I remember spending ages trying to get this to work, Adam is right you need to add a link to the .css file. You do this in the head section of your .html file, I put it just under the title tags.
Looks like this a bit
<head> <title>My Webpage</title> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="normalize.css"> </head>
Just remember to keep it in the same folder as your HTML file. As you add more style sheets (.css files) you'll find you need to organise the folder a bit like you would your documents. Hope that helps?
Adam Moore15,825 Points
add it to your project with a <link> tag. Put it above your own CSS linked on your page.