This has been one chaotic and unexpected ending of a semester. I dislike the fact that I had to finish my courses online, especially this one. The natours project has given me plenty of headaches but I’m glad that it’s finally over. I decided to combine all versions + blogging questions into one huge blog post, just to make things easier for myself. Below is a link to all of my work.
There is a ton of CSS architecture covered in these three videos and how to use Sass to implement your 7-1 architecture. But hidden in there are a few bits of interesting CSS to mull:
- :not() pseudo selector
- calc() function
-  attribute selector with the ^ operator used.
- ::after pseudo selector to write a clearfix hack
Pick two of these and described how they were used in the tutorials.
::after pseudo is used to add content after the elements content.
calc () function is a feature in CSS that is an automatic calculation whenever the page loads.
Describe how the
:not pseudo selector works.
:notpsuedo selector represents elements that don’t match a list of selectors.