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How to use Div Tags and CSS to Create Responsive Website Layouts and Custom CSS Menus

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44 thoughts on “How to use Div Tags and CSS to Create Responsive Website Layouts and Custom CSS Menus

  1. I learned a lot, thanks… I was wondering, instead of changing the background color when you  hover over a menu item, is there a way to just change the text color, for example, if the menu item by default is a dark red, when hovering over, would become a lightred?

  2. Somehow when I name the file layout.php it doesnt do anything (using chrome) but when using it layout.html it works fine. Anyone knows what's up with that?

  3. One quick question: Why did you use "background-color:#…" under each ID, except the footer where you only used "background:#…" to select the colour (UK spelling 😉 )? Any answer would be really appreciated. Thanks.

  4. Dude… I was looking to understand the CSS behind styling a button. I feel like I have just received a Class A education on how CSS actually works let alone what the heck it is. (which I didnt even really know) What an excellent presentation! I understand so much more than I did 45 minutes ago! THANK YOU SO MUCH!

  5. I cannot thank you enough for this video!!! I'm new to coding and was getting lost to get to the next step in my learning. You're freaking awesome!! Again thank you!

  6. One question. Why do you use id instead of class in your div? Is there any big difference between them? And yea im new into the programming world 🙂

  7. I am a website design newbie, and I was completely overwhelmed by  all the study materials we are covering in my class.  This video was organized and informative, extremely easy to follow and helped clear up the fog  for me.  Also I love your accent!

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