The best-practice HTML tags for coding navigation menus are

<title> and <link> tags <ul> and <li> tags <div> and <span> tags <img> and <item> tags EXPLANATION While it’s possible to code a navigation menu using <div> and <span> tags, it’s not a best practice. Navigation menus are lists of links, so the “unordered lists” <ul> and “list item” <li> tags are best practices for […]

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Charo has created the following CSS class selector to make some text 14 pixels large. Her HTML is correct, but the class is still not working. Why? #date { fontsize: 14 pixels; }

She is using the wrong character in her selector for a CSS class. Her syntax for the 14 pixels value is incorrect. Her syntax for fontsize is incorrect. All of the above EXPLANATION Charo needs to fix three errors in her CSS class selector syntax before the style will work. She used the wrong type […]

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In Google Chrome, the Web Developer Tools (activated with the “Inspect Element” menu item) provide the ability to

View your page on different browsers and on different operating systems Permanently modify the HTML and CSS of public websites View the CSS being applied to any particular element All of the above EXPLANATION Chrome’s Developer Tools provides the ability to “sleuth” or inspect the CSS applied to any HTML element.

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