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CSS

how to get css normalize with github and get the css file into sublime text

try to understand how you get the grid css file and normalize file into the left sidebar in sublime.

4 Answers

Shaun Taylor
Shaun Taylor
2,654 Points

Hiya!

I had the same problem, If you drag the folder where your files are into Sublime - it opens up all files in that folder in the left hand sidebar - then you can open and close them as you please whilst working on them.

:)

Hi S, thanks for the tip, it helpt me.

Per

Does the css files be in the same folder as index file is place? I didnot get the grid work when i reload my site and I think that I have done the right code in my index file.

Per

Shaun Taylor
Shaun Taylor
2,654 Points

Hi,

You can do both really but it makes sence from an organisational point of view to have all of your .css files in a folder called css, especially if you're using more than one css style sheet (like normalize, grid and your own styles).

You need to add this bit of code in between the head tags at the top of your index page code:

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/grid.css">

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/normalize.css">

Do one of these lines for each css file you're using :)

Hope that helps!