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HTML How to Make a Website Creating HTML Content Include External CSS

I do not find "normalize.css" in the Project Files I downloaded. I did find a file with that name in my 'Sighthound' ap

I presume I need to download the normalize.css file from Teamtreehouse and not use the one I found in this other app (Sighthound)(?). How do I get it if it is not there after I unzip the download.

4 Answers

Jorge Eduardo Garcia Celorio
Jorge Eduardo Garcia Celorio
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If you need the normalize.css file, you may download it from:

http://necolas.github.io/normalize.css/

Generally, when the files do not appear that means you will use them later in the video or there is a useful note under the "Teacher's Notes" section below the video.

Let me know if you need further help.

Never mind, I figured it out, I was using the project files from a previous video. Thanks everybody I found the file.

Apologies: I am new and finally realized that each video has it's own download of project files. duh! Thanks. I'll think things through first and better from now on. I only can hope someone needs this one day. Short best answer. "Make sure you downloaded the Project files for the current video you are studying!" :)

But actually Jorge had the best answer because he nailed the question: "Where else can I get the normallze.css file".? Answer:. http://necolas.github.io/normalize.css/ Thanks Jorge.