Meghan Markle Is Breaking Royal Fashion Rules

Meghan Markle continues to break unspoken royal fashion rules. Since her engagement to Prince Harry she’s continued to own her style. Markle wore a messy hair bun inside the Cardiff Castle. She also made news when she showed her legs sans pantyhose…

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WWE Payback Spoiler Revealed? WWE Star Leaving Soon… | WrestleTalk News April 2017


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CSS video tutorial – 22 – Attribute selector in css | Square brackets

CSS – Attribute selector ([]): Attribute selector is used to select HTML elements based on their attribute name and attribute value. Syntax of attribute selector: selector [attribute expression] { declaration list; } Where: selector is optional, it can be tag, class, id selector etc… attribute expression can be a valid combination of attribute name, value and associated operators. Ex: tag selector[attribute name=”value”] { declaration list; } It selects any HTML element targeted by the tag selector, which contains an attribute name where the attribute value exactly matches the value specified in attribute expression Ex: p[align=”right”] { border:2px solid red; } It selects any paragraph element, which contains an attribute align, where the align attribute value exactl

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FALL/ WINTER LOOK BOOK! I do not own copyrights to the songs in Video

FALL WINTER LOOK BOOK is all about styles and trends that are perfect for Fall & Winter weather, I style blacks, burgundy, navy blue and nudes. I do some layering and accessorizing and I model each piece. Watch Video, you don’t won’t to miss out on this one! First look: Burgundy faux leather pants- https://boohoo.com / peplum top with zip up back – http:ebay.com / black booties- https://amiclubwear.com 2nd look: Burgundy skinny leg Jeans- https://boohoo.com /black choker neck body suit- https://boohoo.com 3 rd look: Navy & Khaki color striped detail dress/ https://boohoo.com / nude color pointy toe high heels – https://ebay.com 4th look= Grey Blazer with large buttons- https:ebay.com, Skinny leg faux leather leggings- https://amazon.com, Knee length lace up boots – https://amiclubwear.c

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CSS video tutorial – 10 – CSS Cascade Vs CSS Inheritance

Cascade vs. Inheritance Cascade: deals with precedence of style rules or CSS properties (i.e. the order in which properties are applied to an html element). It solves conflict situations. Let me ask you a question: What happens when we define set of style rules for a specific tag in external, internal as well as inline styles? The answer is: “rules get’s cascade” When we define a set of style rules for a specific tag in external, internal as well as inline style, then browser creates a virtual declaration list by merging all style rules together by following rules of cascade, and then applies the merged virtual declaration list to specified tag. The rules of the cascade include: 1. Later properties (nearest) override earlier (farthest) properties 2. More specific sele

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CSS video tutorial – 5 – CSS Inline Styles (style attribute)

Applying Styles: Three different ways of placing / applying styles: Inline style Embedded style External style Inline style: styles that are placed within the tag itself. we use style attribute to place inline styles. value to the style attribute is declaration list. Note: Inline styles get apply only to that specific tag in which they are declared. And If any property is inheritable in that declaration list, then that property /style will get apply/inherited to its successor tags too. Limitations of inline style: If we have many tags with common styles, then we have to copy paste the entire declaration list to every other tag. That increases the webpage size. Increase in code size. Code Redundancy. No maintainability. Time consuming. To overcome this limitation we use embed

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CSS video tutorial – 11 – Types of selectors in CSS

Types of selectors in CSS 1. Tag selector 2. Class selector 3. ID selector 4. Group selector 5. Contextual selector a. Descendent selector b. Child selector c. Adjacent sibling selector d. General sibling selector 6. Attribute selector 7. Pseudo classes 8. Pseudo elements 9. Universal selector Why different types of selectors? To select html elements in an efficient way and provide more control over selection of html elements, CSS provides various types of selectors. Selectors allow us to locate or select html elements on the page as much as generically and as much as specifically and apply styles on them. In the upcoming few video tutorials we are going to discuss all these above types of selectors in detail. What are they? When to use them? and How to use them? I suggest you

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CSS video tutorial – 14 – CSS id selector (hash)

CSS id selector demo: To select tags by their “id attribute value” and apply styles on them we use id selector. Syntax of CSS rule-set / rule: selector { declaration list; } To implement id selector, In place of selector, we write id attribute value preceded by hash(#) symbol. In CSS # symbol indicates ID selector. Syntax of id selector: tagname id=”idattributevalue” #idattributevalue { declaration list; } It selects every html tag which has specified id attribute value and applies styles on them. Example for id selector: h1 id=”solidborder” # solidborder { border: 2px solid red; } It selects every html tag available on the page with a specified id attribute value and applies specified styles on them. You should not specify same id attribute value to more than one tag.

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CSS video tutorial – 13 – CSS class selector (dot)

CSS class selector demo: Class selector: To select tags by their “class attribute value” and apply styles on them we use class selector. Syntax of CSS rule-set / rule: selector { declaration list; } To implement class selector, In place of selector, we write class attribute value preceded by period(dot). Syntax of class selector: tagname class=”classattributevalue” .classattributevalue { declaration list; } It selects every html tag which has specified class attribute value and applies styles on them. Example for class selector: p class=”solidborder” . solidborder { border: 2px solid red; } It selects every html tag available on the page with a specified class attribute value and applies specified styles on them. You can specify same class attribute value to more than

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CSS video tutorial – 6 – CSS Embedded Styles (style tag)

Embedded Style: Styles that are placed within the style tag are called embedded styles. We use style tag to place embedded styles. Declaration block: is used to group declarations separated by semicolon in one block, so that more than one styles can applied on a selected element or more than one selected elements. { color:white; // declaration of style rule 1 background-color:black; // declaration of style rule 2 font-size:24pt; // declaration of style rule 3 } Selector: is a string used to select an element or more than one elements to which we want to apply group of style rules. selector { color:whte; background-color:black; font-size:24pt; } p { color:whte; background-color:black; font-size:24pt; } Types of selectors: tag selector, class selector, id selector, and context

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