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  1. You want to read up on "media queries", and use...

    You want to read up on "media queries", and use that technique. They are a capability of CSS. This is not something that should be done with javascript.
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    .#myclass1 a{padding: 0;} Not sure if this...

    .#myclass1 a{padding: 0;}


    Not sure if this is just a typo being carried along, but a class name cannot start with "#". It should be specified as ".myclass"
  3. Use the corresponding html symbols: < (less...

    Use the corresponding html symbols: &lt; (less than), &gt; (greater than), so:
    &lt;br&gt;
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    There are three steps on the hosting, and they...

    There are three steps on the hosting, and they require three different accounts:
    1) Getting the domain set up to point at the host, which is done with your account/password with the registrar and is...
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    Check your terminology... You have a domain, it...

    Check your terminology... You have a domain, it is "registered" with GoDaddy. It may also be "hosted" at GoDaddy, if you pay them hosting fees and have the nameservers pointed to GoDaddy's hosting....
  6. I would suggest putting in a "default:" case in...

    I would suggest putting in a "default:" case in and printing out the value of e.target.id. It is not what you think...
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    The optional semicolons on JS drive me nuts, and...

    The optional semicolons on JS drive me nuts, and you're using them sometimes, and sometimes not. I don't know what "normal" usage is, but I'd pick a flavor and stick with it.

    Anyway, you have this...
  8. It's interesting that you see this as a rather...

    It's interesting that you see this as a rather simple web site.

    The good news is that yes you could use notepad as your editor. The bad news is that it is not just html that's required. You...
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    "=" is an assignment operator, like a=1 (set a to...

    "=" is an assignment operator, like a=1 (set a to 1)
    "==" is a comparison operator, like if (a == 1) (is a equal to one)
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    When I run your code through the validator at...

    When I run your code through the validator at https://validator.w3.org/ I get two errors about the use of the <hgroup> tag. I get nothing like the message you list above about alt tags (which doesn't...
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    It looks to me like you're trying to stuff a...

    It looks to me like you're trying to stuff a 520px input field into a 500px box. So the input is overflowing.
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    background...

    background url("https://gaming.msi.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/lightning_strike.jpg");

    You're missing a colon after "background"
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    <link rel="stylesheet" href="\styles\stylesheet.css" type="text/css">

    On a web server, the file system uses the normal slash, not the back slash. So change this to:


    <link rel="stylesheet"...
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    I'm of the opinion that everyone on the planet...

    I'm of the opinion that everyone on the planet should have a domain name and hosting, preferably when they are born. Just think, you can have an email address that NEVER changes, a place to put out...
  15. Firstly, make darn sure you actually can improve...

    Firstly, make darn sure you actually can improve their site. I can't tell you how many "web development companies" have contacted me suggesting they can improve my business web site. I ask them "what...
  16. I've been hearing "pretty soon, we won't need...

    I've been hearing "pretty soon, we won't need programmers anymore" since 1976.
  17. You're welcome. It's a mindset change and doesn't...

    You're welcome. It's a mindset change and doesn't take long to get figured out once your brain wraps around it.
  18. Two things jump out immediately. 1. With the...

    Two things jump out immediately.
    1. With the multiple "screens" cycling around, I can certainly see how you're a bit baffled. Your mq break points have to work for all your screens, not just one....
  19. Think of each media query section as a whole new...

    Think of each media query section as a whole new site layout. It needs its own design, coding and testing. That's a reasonable amount of work. So 2-3 of them is manageable. If you need to make and...
  20. 2-3 media query breakpoints is probably a good...

    2-3 media query breakpoints is probably a good number. Without seeing your site myself, I would guess that your site isn't fluid/flexible enough to scale gracefully down to 767px and then 480px. You...
  21. Correct as I wrote it: ul#nav => this applies to...

    Correct as I wrote it:
    ul#nav => this applies to all <ul>'s named id "nav"
    #nav li => this applies to any <li> inside something named "nav"

    It's a zen thing... :)
  22. You need to add some "specificity" to your...

    You need to add some "specificity" to your declarations, to specify a particular unordered list styling, rather than *every* unordered list styling. So, in your heml for the navigation, use something...
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    Those are both very old technologies from the...

    Those are both very old technologies from the previous millennium. Are you sure you're going to be able to find a web host that supports them?
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    Whoops, you're right. In the css, I thought you'd...

    Whoops, you're right. In the css, I thought you'd declared it as #div {...}. Either do that, or call the id something other than "div", for clarity.

    You would use a class, like:
    .positioned {...}...
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    To get you going, try this: ...

    To get you going, try this:


    <html>
    <head>
    <style type="text/css">
    div {
    position: relative;
    }
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