I have some concerns about a homework in my class. This Homework is about apply some selectors to the layouts and don´t do long the stylesheet.
I'm learning now about html and css. How can i use the selectors in layouts or divs, for example this selestors
to apply this selectors to layouts without text,they just have colors.
(and i learning english, excuseme for the orthography)
I hope someone would know how to help me with this one.
I have been asked to create this page in HTML/CSS. ( mockup ) .
Ive never came across something so hard i just dont know how to start.
I am currently working on this page at http://www.executivetravellink.com/cruise-deals/
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