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Post by Steven Morrison on September 27, 2013

Good lecture, I enjoyed it!

For people asking for material to practise, you will get better practise writing it out yourself(its only like 20 lines).. thats what it's all about :)

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Post by Alex Millman on March 12, 2013

Why do I have to wait for the video to load? I should be able to click to a point and have it load from there. What is this? 2008?

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Last reply by: Professor Strine
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Post by rahaman umoru on January 12, 2013

good work . can the video be downloaded so we can access anytime?

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Post by Ivan Lukanov on September 2, 2012

Good work Brenton, you are a good mentor and do not listen to the stupid comments from other people. I have learned from you more than the combined literature about HTML or CSS.

Keep on teaching

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Post by Tony Adams on August 30, 2012

Brenton once agains this has been a very good lesson, i can't see why people are moaning about the mistakes with the tags which you clearly explain any way which helps reiterate the fact that you have to be careful with the tags. Can't wait to get into the next chapter :)

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Post by David Masterson on June 20, 2012

Hi Brenton , considering this is some people's first time viewing this content should you not re-record the "style" / "span" mistake you have made throughout this lesson. It's seems un-necessarily confusing and a little lazy .. Apologies for the bluntness , thought you would appreciate the feedback

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Post by Koor Gai on May 9, 2012

Is it possible to load actual exercise for practice?

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Post by fazal rehman on October 19, 2011

Is it possible to get a sample materiel for practice?

Basic CSS Syntax

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Rule Syntax 0:08
    • Rule Syntax: Selector and Declaration
  • The Cascade 1:38
    • Cascade and CSS
    • Inline
    • Embedded
    • Included
    • User Defined CSS and Browser Defined CSS
  • Selecting by Id 10:11
    • Selecting by Id
  • Selecting by Class 14:52
    • Selecting by Class
  • Descendant Selectors 19:13
    • Descendant Selectors
    • Example of Descendant Selectors