Code Art School
Styling code can be a tricky task, sometimes requiring some good ol' guess-and-check changes to the CSS. Fortunately, doing this with code is a lot less permanent than doing this with your artwork.
Open the project web page in a new browser window. Your job is to change some styles right in your browser to make the content flow better, look less old-school and a lot more colorful.
We'll leave it up to you to decide which colors to use, but there are a few things you'll need to make sure to change:
- Add some color to the headers and the nav bar
- Resize the photos to be a little bigger and more visible
- Make the font a little bigger and change the color so it's more easily read.
- Change the font style so it's not terrible
WHATEVER YOU DO, DO NOT REFRESH OR NAVIGATE AWAY FROM THE PAGE.
Since these changes are temporary, refreshing the page would undo all of your changes.
Passing Criteria: Visual Inspection
An instructor or TA will come around to check out your final product and make sure you have a solid grasp on editing code with the developer tools.
This project passes off the following levels of the Skills Tree:
- Troubleshooting/Debugging, Level 1