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Design on the web should be done in CSS files with class references in the HTML markup.  However, many of us happen to do both.

In order to specify a style to apply to an element, you have to either use a class name, apply it to an id, or reference a specific element—and that’s just the start. 

Hence the fact that Jeffrey Way believes that you should memorize these 30 CSS Selectors.


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One of the neat features of the archive pages I have on different blogs that I’ve built is that I can customize them to do almost anything—like showing a post with a thumbnail to the left.  When I attempted to do something like this on the Headway theme, my first thought was to go try and find a way to change the way the post metadata was shown to try to put in the code I needed.

However, Headway already had the feature I desired, something called “Featured Images”, but the problem was that I could not get the Visual Editor to behave.

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