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HTML concern Q's

I am in the beginning stages of my start up page. I work a full time job and other activities are a must or have to attend in my day to day life. I have completed the html videos and short quiz assessments but i am still having trouble with the "structure" of my page.The initial data i have keyed in my <body> is a image. Now when i created a <h1> in my text editor below the image it showed just that. Now when i pull up chrome my browser shows my <h1> jumbled up at the top across the image I have selected. I am SURE this a very dumb and very simple fix but right now my schedule does not allow me hardly any time to work on my start up page.Another question i have is google web fonts. I understand that google web fonts are applied as if a css stylesheet were going to be applied but i need to know how return to the previous font or the default font that was selected.The last question i had concerned the styling of my navigation. As of right now i just have Three buttons on my page (very bland and not appealing to the eyes at all) that are circular and do not "flow" with the page.I am very interested in styling my navigation to look somewhat like the navigation of tree house's nav. I really like how they kept it stream line and easy to use/access all of the needed pages or tabs to get to.I am sure that there a few things i am incorrect but if anyone out would like to share your thoughts please do! Doing html web design is something really peeks my intrest as far as a career is concerned

3 Answers

John Locke
John Locke
15,479 Points

If you have links to a page, or something we can analyze, that will help us help you.

Fonts: You can use your main CSS to set the font-family for any element in your HTML.

Nav: If you have Chrome for your browser, just right click, and select Inspect Element. You can look at the HTML and CSS and see how things are built and styled on Treehouse, or any page on the Web.

As for the image, I would have to see what you are talking about to get a better understanding of what you are asking.

I dont have that much information on the page so i could actually send you a screen shot of the html file when its in view on the browser and in text editor

John Locke
John Locke
15,479 Points


What's your specific issue with the image?