This article will guide you through how to create beautiful and effective CSS.

This is the second part of my series on writing good CSS.

Before we get started, make sure you have read the first article in this series.

It explains how to write beautiful and user-friendly CSS.

The first part covered how to build a site for your company.

You’ll need to make a few decisions to make this work.

First, do you want a static site?

This is not the type of site you want to be doing any work that you’re not comfortable with.

A static site is built to have a very clean, minimal look, but it doesn’t need to be a static one.

A more detailed discussion on how to choose a static design is in the second article.

For this article, I’m going to assume you’re building a static website.

So, for this article we’re going to start with how to put a div tag into a div element.

Here’s what it looks like.

Notice that the div element is positioned horizontally.

This means the top left corner of the div tag is visible, but we don’t want to have it show up on any other page.

Next, we’ll start with CSS to make the div div element the source of the CSS we’ll be using to style the content of the site.

So the div has the CSS class text, but what does that mean?

Well, CSS class is simply a way of classifying an element, or group of elements, using rules to distinguish different elements.

So when we type text into a text field, we’re assigning that to a text class attribute, and we’re also assigning it to the text element in the div.

Here is a snippet of CSS we can use to style text: #text { color: red; } The div div is the source element of our CSS.

CSS class, which is simply an abbreviation for “class name”, is a way to classify elements, or groups of elements in CSS.

When we assign an attribute to an element or group, it gives the name of the attribute, or class to the element.

The div, in this case, is the class name.

We can assign any class name to any element, and the div will inherit all of its CSS properties.

In this case we’ve defined text as a text attribute.

CSS Class is not a magical word, so the first thing we’ll do is assign it a value.

So here is our CSS class: #container div { color : red; background-color : #ff8 ; } Now we’re ready to style a div div.

First we need to create a div.

We’ll need a div that can be the source for our CSS and also for the text.

So let’s create a new div element and name it div-container.

We also need to add a class to it called text, which tells the div which element is the parent of the text div.

So we can add a simple text class, and it will make all of our div elements inherit the text class.

Now, we can create our first CSS file to style our div.

The next thing we need is to add some HTML.

We want to use an HTML selector.

We need an element called text-body, so we’ll add a div named text-container and place it inside our div element named div-text.

Now that we have our HTML file, we need an HTML element called div.

Now we can style our text div, and use our selector to assign our text to it.

Let’s add a few styles to our div div-body element.

First is the text-start.

This should be the text inside our text-area.

So our first style for our div-start is to have the text text inside the div-content.

We could use a class name like this: div-first-line { text-align : center; } Here we’re using the class “div-first” to make it the first line of our HTML document.

Next we’ll need some other CSS properties for our text element.

These properties are called text and style .

Here we can have a style property, as well as a class named text: div.text { text : “”; font-size : 14px ; line-height : 2.5em ; margin : 0 ; } The style property tells the browser that this is the first text in the body of our document.

So what’s this about?

Well our text is supposed to look like this.

The font-weight property tells us how large the font should be.

We should set this to 14px to have some extra space.

So that’s what we’re doing here.

Then we can change the text position with a class of text.

Here we’ve added a text-right property.

It tells the page to use a smaller font for the first few characters.

Then, we have a text: text, the last