Let’s finish up the styling in this episode. You’ll be doing things such as adding a slash between the menu items using the CSS property ::after.
Before we get to styling, let’s add a menu and then some social links into the new Utility Bar widget area. Then you’ll start styling the Utility Bar and its components. Some of the CSS properties that you are using are: display float ::after You will also add in (enqueue it) the Font Awesome library.
Now the HTML structure is correct and the components are in the right order. Let’s start working on the styling. We are going to do something different. Instead of styling in the Genesis Sample child theme, let’s go through the Modern Studio Pro child theme demo that StudioPress provides for you. Don’t worry, as I’ll explain everything. You’ll learn about these CSS properties: background-size background-position background-color margin-top margin Remember with margin and padding, think about the rotation of a clock. You specify the values in a clockwise fashion from the top. Therefore, it’s top to right to bottom to left.
Now the HTML structure is correct and the components are in the right order. Let’s start working on the styling. This time, you will style in the browser but then move those changes into the stylesheet. You’ll learn about how to structure your stylesheet to achieve clean, quality code by keeping it lean and DRY (Don’t Repeat Yourself).
In this episode, you will continue styling Layout 1, but this time you are working on the responsive styles. You’ll work with the media query and learn how to adjust the styling for the mobile devices.
Now the HTML structure is correct and the components are in the right order. Let’s start working on the styling. In this episode, you will walk through step-by-step how to style within Google Chrome. You’ll learn about the different CSS properties and what they do, such as: clear float width Whenever you need to know more information about a CSS property, I highly recommend that you go to CSS Reference on Codrops.