Today we look at a few (not all) of the ways that styles "cascade".
SPECIAL THANKS to our guest-host Los! www.losmontoya.com
The first way stylesheets cascade, is that a single style can effect multiple HTML elements.
For example, let's say we have a few paragraph tags. Then let's say that we change our mind and we want all of our paragraphs on our website to be red. We can write one simple style to do this.
All of the elements that match the criteria of that style rule, will be effected by it. In this case, every paragraph. Notice That our list was not effected.
The second way that stylesheets cascade is similar to the first, but reversed. That is, one html element can be effected by many styles, in different ways, all at the same time.
Let's say we write a general style that makes all of our paragraphs have red text, and then later on we target the first paragraph and make it 18px large. It is now both red and 18px large. See? Cascading.
The third way they cascade is what allows us to use the powers of stylesheets to make large scale websites. In this way, one stylesheet can be applied to many pages across a website, or even multiple sites!
For example, on my website I have many pages, on all of those pages I have the same header. This is super easy to accomplish with CSS. I just link all the HTML pages to that same style sheet.
Your friend Los has a much better sweatshirt than you do. So we like him better now. (Just kidding.)
On his next guest spot, try the dick thwap with the back of the fingernails when he's not looking to get him back.
OMG dat slap tho hahahaha made me laugh so hard.
Thanks for bringing these basic ones ages ago. Tried getting onto Bootstrap Jekyll and all friggin frameworks and SSG's but I finally realized I need to know HTML5 and basics instead of jumping on to frameworks.
U da bawz, I'll be in the patreon once I got my sites up n running
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+DevTips quick question man, I've dipped my toes in html/css/js & jQuery thru you & other sites/ videos. I really wanna make front end development my life, I've been trying to nail everything there is on html/css. W3schools, your vids, other vids. Any advice on how to get it down the quickest i.e. sites, books etc..? I really love the industry & nothing makes me love it more than being flat broke lol. I really wanna start asap.
I like your videos. They are lightweight and easy to digest and focus more on the big picture rather than the gory details other channels focus on. I think many people will like your style of "cool" teaching. The editing and the nice colors and resolutions is similar to usual entertainment youtube channels that gain a lot of followers and subscribers. HOWEVER, for the love of god, stop trying so hard to make the videos cool. There's too much distraction and umm i guess you would call it "jokes" that kill the flow of the information delivery. Take this video for example, why the hell are you standing next to him like your shooting a freaking rap music video ?!?! Tone down the desperate "I'm cool" vibe and maintain a balance between the fun and learning.
Thanks for the praise and criticism +Mustafa Adam , I appreciate the honest feedback. As a new YouTuber, it's not an easy thing to find the right 'voice'. This video in particular is kind of silly and fun because my friend Los just brings that out in me. He's a really fun guy.
I can't promise that things will get any less cool (or desperate) in the future, but I feel like I'm slowly coming into my own as I make more and more of these.
Thanks for watching this far, I can't wait to hear what you think of the other ones.
If you have any questions, or want to learn anything special, I'm always here!
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