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How to Navigate Dev Tools to fix CSS issues

Use Dev Tools to fix CSS issues like grabbing nested HTML, locating inherited styles, and the stylesheets the style is coming from. Analyze and adjust the CSS properties of any element within the browser window to see how it will look. Find and calculate the box properties of an HTML element visually. This guide can …

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Buying a Website? What you need to know

Confused about the difference between a domain host, a web host, a server, and a platform? Not sure what you’re being charged for? If it’s your first time buying a website, getting overwhelmed by all the terms and price-tags is common and perfectly understandable. This article will help you learn terms and definitions to guide …

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Biggest CSS Mistakes To Avoid

Whether you’re working with the latest version of a language, a new framework, or trying to make your product work with someone’s code, to be able to scale, you need a solid foundation.

Poor CSS practices will always create a faulty foundation and trying to build from that will ultimately crumble your efforts. Learn to avoid these mistakes and how to fix them when you find them.

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Why I’m adding Alt Text to my WordPress images (and why you should too).

My hobby is writing tech support tutorials for ALL people. If I am excluding anyone from experiencing my tutorials I have betrayed the ultimate purpose of this blog already. I rely heavily on images to direct users to the actions they need to take. But once I learned some basic Alt Text writing tips, I realized I could use the WordPress Media Attribute tools to include more people with or without pictures.

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