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Styling links with CSS, including pseudo classes for hover, visited and active.
Working with widths and heights in CSS, including maximum and minimum properties for both width and height
Covering absolute, relative and fixed positioning, why we'd use them, and how to work with them.
Centering an element in CSS, in this case a container we use to wrap our website contents.
Expanding on the display property, and a discussion of how and why we use the property value 'none'.
Applying margins and/or padding to elements and how this effects your elements with a brief discussion of the box model.
Implementing different fonts, specifying font size and allowing appropriate fallbacks. We also look at the font shorthand property.
Styling element borders, including different border styles, widths and how this effects the size of your element with a brief discussion of the box model.
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