In this “epicsode”, Jessica covers some type history and many CSS terms you’ll come to know and love
In our first step, I change the typeface to Georgia and make some small tweaks to Russ's last html file including adding a larger image to give us more flexibility later.
In the second step, I make the lists look a bit less gross and set a parameter for our images to make sure they never exceed the size of their containers.
In this step, I add ornaments around the prices that have a class of "ornament" so if I feel like adjusting them later it will be easy as pie.
In this step, I centered all the text and made tweaks to the headlines using some of the terms we're already familiar with. I also explain how to add a border to text or images and show all the ways you can customize borders.
In this step, I target some of the individual headlines with classes and ID to further fancify them.
In this step, I show a little bit of inline styling, explaining what “font-variant: small-caps;” means and how to fake it if a typeface doesn’t come with real small caps.
In this step, I add one of my Daily Drop Caps to the layout and make a few adjustments to our main image using our new border knowledge.
In these steps I make a bunch of little stylistic tweaks that you can feel free to inspect but are beyond what we learned in the video today.