Things I want to accomplish in this Higher Order Function tutorial:
To kick off this tutorial I’ll start with animated example of higher-order function map. It modifies each item in the original array and returns a copy. In this case we’re…
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This is not a comprehensive study. Just key differences I found.
There may even be some mistakes I overlooked (let me know if you find.)
All diagrams were taken from my CSS Visual Dictionary book.
Grid and flex follow different layout models.
Grid has column and row templates with assumed “ghost” items.
Flex is not designed to make grids. It is based around the idea of a flex line and direction. …
Animation was created for each shortcut so it’s easier to understand without doing much reading. Commonplace shortcuts like
C are same in most software and will not be mentioned.
Wait, what, we could do this?
I’ll kick this article off with an example of my most favorite keyboard shortcut in VSCode. This shortcut allows you to either expand or shrink selection around natural block scope checkpoints (see animation above.)
On Windows, hold
Alt and use keyboard left and right arrows. On Mac it’s
So how do you change link color using inline HTML?
In addition to this article I’ve already recorded html: how to change link color tutorial on YouTube. Who knows, maybe it’ll improve SEO, maybe not. It’s not why I’m writing it. Just don’t know how many more event-loop, prototype inheritance, css grid and css flex tutorials I can write.
So here it is, my YouTube tutorial about changing hyperlink color.
To change the color of an
HREF link (using the anchor tag
<a>) you can use inline
style attribute and apply any color you want to the
I’ve just published html: how to change background color tutorial on my YouTube coding channel. The idea came to me after starting to record a new series of tutorials covering the basics of HTML & CSS. So why not also document it on one of my article sites for extra SEO boost? So here it goes.
The simplest way to change color in HTML is to use inline CSS. The following example demonstrates that. Just use
style attribute and type CSS in quotes:
<div style = "background:black"></div>
This is called inline CSS: it’s typed directly into the HTML element…