Creating a website can involve a great deal of code. Keeping up with every single choice, option, and the reasoning behind that code can generate a lot of extra work without any form of organization. You can, of course, keep notes on hand to help sort out all these topics and refer to them when needed. However, there is a much better way to handle this. Enter the use of a CSS comment.
As in other code languages like HTML, a comment inside CSS provides a way for the designer to relay details of their work to other developers directly within the code itself. Not only is this a great immediate source of information, but it keeps those details right where they can help the most. You might ask, how do you insert a comment in a CSS file? In this brief tutorial, you will learn just that and more.
So you’ve decided to start C++? That’s great!
You’ve taken the huge first step, but where do you go next? Writing code in C++ looks as hard as picking up Japanese. You could always self-study, but getting qualified instruction will speed up your learning process. Read on for our tips on starting your C++ journey.
The value of color is immeasurable for a designer of any aptitude. In the world of website design, it can be an important selling point for both the designer and end-user alike. Any range from vibrant reds and yellows to shallow grays can make an impact on the overall experience provided by the content. Color is the proverbial hammer that can hit the design nail on the head.
Using CSS, a designer can take generally bland HTML code and transform it into something that really makes the code pop on the page. Using simple color definitions such as “red,” “blue,” or “orange” can definitely do the trick.
However, there is a massive world of color out there — with just the perfect shade you need. In this easy-to-follow guide, you will learn how to unlock those color options using the power of CSS Hex Codes.