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CSS Create Tooltips with CSS

This (Create tooltips with CSS) workshop need to be redone

The workshop is not in line with treehouse content, where every step is "visually" shown on how it is giving out the output, the author remains in CSS file through out the video with no visual clue how it is coming together. How is a person who do not know how "making shapes" like arrow and ::after and ::before pseudo class able to cope up?

Typically the teacher at treehouse like Guil Hernandez play on a level field and make sure it is understood on all levels, lately I have noticed that there had been some videos from "Guests Teachers" such as David Conner whose course move too fast. I know it is a workshop but my point is making the screen 50% 50% so a "student" see side by side of what is going on. Just IMO.