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Elizabeth BABYCH
Elizabeth BABYCH
6,993 Points

grid.css and normalize.css

I don't know how to upload grid.css & normalize.css into my Sublime Text editor. A webpage of text just keeps appearing and I can't seem to download anything but that.
It must be right in front of me but I don't know!

2 Answers

Jonathan Roosa
Jonathan Roosa
4,456 Points

Hi Lizzy,

I'm assuming that when you try to download normalize.css, you see the page here.

If so, that text is exactly what you need. Simply highlight all of the text, press Ctrl + C ( command + C if on a mac ), and paste it into a new Sublime Text file. Save that new file as normalize.css. The same applies with grid.css. Simply copy, paste into new file, and save with the proper name.

The rest of the videos should tell you how to link the stylesheets into the HTML file so the styles are applied to your markup. If you're unsure about this or have any other questions, please let me know.

Elizabeth BABYCH
Elizabeth BABYCH
6,993 Points

Thanks, Jonathan!

I did that with normalize.css but then began to question myself. I didn't trust that I was doing it right! I think I may have gotten ahead of myself too, because I think in future steps I will get the link for grid.css. Thanks so much for your help.