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solomon AdebolaCourses Plus Student 1,449 Points
how do i download normalize.css?
Tristan Eason13,400 Points
You can download it at this link, http://necolas.github.io/normalize.css/
There will be a big green download button. After you download it, place the normalize.css file in the css directory of your project.
James Barnett39,199 Points
How to add normalize.css:
- Go to normalize.css file from github
- Click the big green
- Save the file to your desktop
- Move the
normalize.cssfile in your sublime text project folder
- Create a
linkelement that references
This works the same way as an
<a> by using the
href attribture. Make sure to use the right path for the normalize.css file here as well.
If you are still having issues it's most likely related to file paths, that's one of the most common issues for those new to web design. The key is to put your files in the correct folder relative, to your HTML file. You can read up about absolute vs relative paths