XHTML and CSS - Child Selectors
23/02/2015

Child Selectors
In this tutorial we are going to be looking at how to style a child selector. A child selector is a tag that's inside another tag, for example the body tag has to be between the HTML tags, or the style tags have to be in the header tags, the style tag would be the child of the header tags and the header tags would be called the parent tags of the style tags. Let's ...

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XHTML and CSS - ID's
19/02/2015

ID's
In this tutorial we're going to be learning about ID's. An ID are pretty similar to classes, you use ID's a lot with div tags to position boxes at different locations. For example if you had one div you wanted in the top left and another you want to go in the bottom right, first let's make two divs. <html> <head> <title> This is the title...

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XHTML and CSS - Classes
19/02/2015

Classes
In this tutorial I'm going to show you how to control styles by using something called a class. Before we have been using elements to apply styles to everything on the webpage that was the same element, for example if we had 8 paragraphs and we applied a style to the paragraph tag it would effect all 8 paragraphs, but what if you want half of your paragraphs to be red and...

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How to run and track FreeBSD stable
17/02/2015

How to run and track FreeBSD stable
This is going to be a tutorial on running and tracking FreeBSD stable, I've been running FreeBSD stable since not long after FreeBSD 8 stable was released and I've never had any major issues that couldn't be solved by rolling back my /usr/src. I'm currently running 10 stable and I don't see the way we do this changing any time soon. Just a side ...

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XHTML and CSS - Style More Than One Element
17/02/2015

Style More Than One Element
In this tutorial I'm going to be showing you how to style more then one element with one block of CSS. First let's add some normal text, a paragraph and a header tag. <html> <head> <title> This is the title. </title> <style type="text/css"> </style> </head> ...

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