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CSS How to Make a Website Styling Web Pages and Navigation Style the Image Captions

Differences in Workspaces

Something that I noticed immediately upon beginning this video, was that Nick's main.css workspace was significantly different than the main.css workspace that I am working with. There is a lot more styling added in Nick's workspace. Why the jump in styling without instruction to get the student up to that point in styling?

Hayden Taylor
Hayden Taylor
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Maybe he explains them later lol?

I get what your saying, because I have seen it already once before. But the time before was on a much smaller scale. This time there is much more of a difference. I am not going to let this deter me from moving forward. But it does pose some challenges in workspace structure, and since we're working with cascading style sheets, I would imagine the differences will be apparent in the output of the design.

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Cornel... I just looked at what you are saying, and I actually do not see any difference in workspaces. Just trying to figure out what the issue actually is, even when I preview the workspace I see exactly what nick sees.

Scott! You Da Man buddy! I guess I should've been a wee bit patient because Nick started showing the coding for the added styling in the next video. Sorry for the confusion folks! :-D