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HTML Introduction to HTML and CSS CSS Fundamentals CSS Properties

Dallas Quin
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Dallas Quin
Front End Web Development Techdegree Student 621 Points

Mockup Change

Hi everyone,

I am studying alongside a physical notebook to visually show the changes I am making. It helps me to keep track of any changes and additional notes I need to learn/remember. With that being said, the introduction of CSS has allowed me to make changes - such as the font, colors, etc. on my website. The issue I have is that I can't see the changes I have made visually on the mockup-recipe.png picture. I want to have a picture to print of the slight changes I have made to put in my notebook, as well as the code (which I am able to copy and paste to print).

Please advise. Thanks in advance!

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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It sounds like all you need is to make a screenshot of the window (Ctrl-Alt-PrintScreen on Windows, and then paste into Paint). Then you can print that out to add to your notebook. There's also a number of 3rd-party "screen grabber" applications that will do it in one step.