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question on the beginning of css

So in the discussion we use normalize.css . im a little confussed on how to use it with sublime text2. I am able to open it up in sublime text under a new window than my html but i can link the html to the css predownloaded material. I see you can add to the html project with sublime but im not understanding how to do that.

1 Answer

James Barnett
James Barnett
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How to add normalize.css:

  1. Go to normalize.css file from github
  2. Click the big green download button
  3. Save the file to your desktop
  4. Move the normalize.css file in your sublime text project folder
  5. Create a link element that references css/normalize.css

This works the same way as an <a> by using the href attribture This assume that all of your css files are in a folder named css