Coding Fun Html HTML & CSS for Beginners Part 9: External CSS

HTML & CSS for Beginners Part 9: External CSS

In this video I show you how to create an external stylesheet, how to link it to your HTML file, and the benefits of an external CSS file. I also look at the very basics of selectors, properties, and values.

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This video is part of a large series introducing HTML & CSS to people who have never used it before. The goal of this series is to give you a good enough understanding of HTML and CSS to let you build your first…

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3 thoughts on “HTML & CSS for Beginners Part 9: External CSS”

  1. It's like Jared from silicon valley is teaching me html and css! And doing an exceptional job of it just like you'd expect from Jared!

  2. Zack Shelton says:

    This may be a silly question, but if I wanted my second page to have a different color scheme than my other pages, would I make a secondary style folder (ie stylespagetwo.css)?

  3. Mark Evans says:

    Hi Kevin

    With you link to your css/style.css this is for the main index page right?

    But if I did a navbar with an about me html file would I do can I do a new css file for about me so it would be css/aboutme.css ?


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