Take this simple HTML: And, some basic styling: It looks like this: Now, we want to center this text vertically. The first modern approach you can take is with flexbox. Just add these two lines to .parent: And, you get this: Simple. It’s very similar with CSS Grid: And, you can add as much text as you want and it’ll get vertically-centered properly. Like this: So, there you go. That said, if you want to go on learning even more HTML and CSS, check out my Website Template course on Skillshare. You’ll learn CSS Grid, CSS transitions, asynchronous requests in
Let’s start with the HTML: So, now we want to style the placeholders themselves. If you want to keep it simple, most modern browsers support this: You can use the ::placeholder pseudo-class like any other. For older browser support it looks like this: So, let’s look at a real-world example: A simple form. Nothing fancy, but notice the placeholder text for the required email field is a different color. This is one simple example of how you might use something like this. Here’s the full HTML: And, here’s the full CSS: So, there you go. Now, speaking of real-world examples,
Let’s take this simple HTML structure: The first method involves some straight-forward CSS: Doesn’t get much simpler than that: And, if it this is all you need to do, you can probably stop here. But, sometimes what you’re actually trying to do is a little more complicated and you need some more flexibility. Enter CSS Grid: Here, we’re creating a grid with 1 column that fills the entire space of the parent DIV. Then, a child DIV with a 60% width. And, using justify-items to center the child DIV. This might seem like overkill for something this simple, but it
Forget personal taste. I’m telling you as sure as I’m sitting here… whatever your personal thoughts about the differences between this before and after… one will get you, “Um well… something just feels off.” And, the other: “Wow! Clean, fresh. Amazing!” It’s just how people are. Anyway, here’s the before: And, here’s the after: This is a template I’m working on for a new course I’m doing. And, the difference is a single CSS declaration, but it’s light-years in terms of how it looks and how clients will react to it. The code? body, p, h1, h2, h3, h4, h5,
In this responsive web design tutorial, you’ll learn how to build a responsive menu. You’ll learn: how to target different breakpoints with media queries how to write the CSS to “flip” the menu from vertical to horizontal view at those breakpoints how to use jQuery to create a responsive navigation icon that toggles the mobile menu Watch the tutorial below: Links mentioned in the video: Discount link to Rob’s Complete Web Developer Course My review of the the Complete Web Developer Course My web developer resources page with more code snippets Here’s the code I used in the video: If
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