So finally the moment we have all been waiting for: let's make things pretty (well not just yet).
Before we get crazy with adding styles and colours, I wanted to cover some of the CSS basics to help you better understand the different terminology you will notice to do with CSS.
We will refer to those definitions throughout this course, so feel free to jump back here any time to refresh your memory.
When the browser reads a CSS file, it finds each selector and works out if it applies to any elements in the HTML. If it does, it uses the properties within the matching rule.
A style sheet consists of a list of rules. Each rule consists of one or more selectors. Selectors allow you to SELECT all elements that match:
In the next section we will have a look at how we can create these rules and apply them to our HTML.