- CSS grouping elements
- Challenge: Group the groupers
- CSS width, height, and overflow
- Challenge: The overflowing ocean
- CSS box model
- Challenge: The boxer model
- CSS position
- Challenge: Position planet
- CSS in the wild: Google Maps
- CSS floating elements
- Challenge: Floating clouds
- Using CSS layout properties
- Planning your webpage
- Project: Event invite
CSS in the wild: Google Maps
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- How do you get to see the program used for websites or in this case Google Maps? That's really cool!(8 votes)
- Right click, then select inspect.
Or, on a chrome book, tap the cursor pad with two fingers, then select inspect.
Have fun!(16 votes)
- this is all way too much to memorize, how do people do it?(5 votes)
- Usually you memorize the parts you use often. Then you make templates with the most common things you use. Then you have some reference library that you search, and finally Google.(12 votes)
- Is it possible to have a negative z-index?(5 votes)
- Good question. Yes, you can, but it would get confusing so it's best to use whole numbers.(7 votes)
- Why I can't load the progress? I've watched this video several times and it's still with light green icon. This is the last Intro to HTML/CSS lesson and I want to finish the course. Now the progress is 98% because of this. How can I fix this?(4 votes)
- have you forwarded any part of it? if you did, that might be the issue.(9 votes)
- What would happen if you wanted to put something underneath everything else, but you already had a bunch of elements ordered with z-index? Would you have to reorder them individually or could you make the z-index 0, or -1, or something like that?(3 votes)
- Z-index is written as an integer. Integers are whole negative and positive numbers, and zero.(5 votes)
- How do you make a search bar?(2 votes)
- as far as i know you can start using html button, with a "imput" section. it doesn't have a short explication so i recomend search on internet ( i would use CHAP-GPT(2 votes)
- What sort of code can use your IP address and then convert it into your location? Can you code it with Java?(2 votes)
- There is no information in an ip address, by itself, that gives a geographic location.
An IP address is assigned to your device, by your Internet Service Provider (ISP) when you connect to the internet. This ip address is usually dynamic and can change from session to session. It is transient. All it is used for is to provide an 'online' address to send and recieve data from for your current internet session.
There are static ip addresses that are usually assigned to businesses that have a registered 'physical' address. There are tools that can give you useful information about these ip addresses. I am not sure if the tool providers look up information on a public database or maintain their own, but you can often get an address for the business that registered the IP address if not the location of the computer using the IP address.
Using this can allow you to get some information about the ISP that is hosting the IP address. If you were tracking down someone who committed a crime, and you had the IP address and time that the criminal activity happened, it could be used by law enforcement to ask the ISP for more specific information about the device that was using that IP. Information they can provide may include the physical address of the internet access point that the device used.
I don't think JAVA can do that...legally.(2 votes)
- At the minute1:40you say that the Hovercard has an index of 4, but didn't you meant an index of 10?
PS: To the post bellow, I'm sure that working on KA and on Google must have been really cool. Once I graduate I wish I could go to somewhere like that either work or just do an internship. I really like what you guys do on KhanAcademy, you guys are amasing. Keep up the good job!(2 votes)
- Is the person in the top right corner Pamela?(2 votes)
- Do you need to use z-index numbers in order, or can you assign an arbitrarily large number (e.g. 25 or 99) to make sure that a specific element is always displayed on top of everything else? Can you "skip" numbers?(1 vote)
- Yes, you can set the z-index to whatever you want. You can always skip numbers.(3 votes)