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CSS How to Make a Website CSS: Cascading Style Sheets Use ID Selectors

Kit Peverley
Kit Peverley
296 Points

Where in the course did you cover the normalize CSS file?

Having followed the course from the beginning I have no recollection of the normalize CSS file being created.

2 Answers

Adama Sy
Adama Sy
7,076 Points

download it from here and link it to your html...

there is a zip on the right, just copy the content straigth away and create a normalize.css and link it

Kit Peverley
Kit Peverley
296 Points

Thanks a lot. I know that it just acts as a reset for browsers, however it surprised ,e that there was no mention of it in the course since it serves an important function.

Adama Sy
Adama Sy
7,076 Points

there is mention of it in the course, you simply rushing.

Be patient Nick will tell you everything you need to know . trust me on that don't forget to vote my answer if it helped :) cheers