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CSS CSS Foundations Selectors Type Selectors

David Norton
David Norton
2,762 Points

Text editor

It is easy to follow the instructions to a point. But there are no instructions on how to set up Sublime Text 2 or any other editor. This is great for the ones that understand how to use these simple tools but a nightmare for those that do not. Where can I go to find simple instructions on how to use, setup my files and view them in a browser?

2 Answers

Casey Antoine
PLUS
Casey Antoine
Courses Plus Student 5,174 Points

I'm not exactly sure what you're having problems with. When using any text editor and to look at them locally all you need to do is save your files as .html/ .css within any folder and select to open your .html using any browser. It will load locally with all your css styles as long as you have it linked. Are you looking for specific settings for Sublime? Hope this helps.

David Norton
David Norton
2,762 Points

I figured this out from you instructions. I was confused by the downloaded files relating to the lesson. The file names and structure were not in agreement with the lesson.

Thank You Dave