the natours files are well structured with defined areas. The instructor Jonas creates different folders for different aspects of the project. He keeps his css separate from his html, and images. this allows you a developer to be organized and more productive than. it’s also bad practice to have a dump file(a place where you put everything together).
Jonas videos taught me a couple of new things, the first is a vs code shortcut. In the videos Jonas explains that you dont have to write out all the code if you type out portions of it vs code will suggest the thing you might want to type. for example if you where to type
backgrim vs code should suggest: background-image
A CSS technique i finally understand is the clip path element
clip-path: polygon(50% 0%, 0% 100%, 100% 100%);
which allows us to create unique shapes within our webpages