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



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

  1. I know this video is very old but I found it very helpful. All the more current videos seem to just skip over this basic information. I found it very helpful in setting up my css file on my current project. Thank you.

  2. 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?

  3. 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?

  4. 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.

  5. 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!

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