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LE PARADIS DU TURFISTE pour Gagner 95% de fois

Le Paradis du Turfiste ou Comment Passer à la Caisse dans pratiquement 95% des COURSES DE PLAT, HAIES et STEEPLE y compris le Quinté+ et atteindre 100 000 EUROS.
Build beautiful websites which don't just contain great content but also look good
Use basic as well as advanced CSS features
Understand the concepts and theory behind CSS and certain CSS features

Comment Atteindre 100.000 € en pariant sur les Courses de Plat et d’Obstacles et au Quinté+

Je suis Pierre Calvete, N°1 en France pour les Gains aux Paris Hippiques.

Plus de 100.000 € atteint avec toujours la même mise, voir “le-grand-secret-pour-gagner-aux-courses.com”. C’est une Méthode pour les courses de Trot qui repose sur 2 critères naturels INTERDITS au galop. Cette Méthode vaut 84 €. Les gros parieurs estiment que c’est un prix bradé.

Que vont-ils penser alors, de ma dernière découverte sur les courses de Galop, qui va rendre tous les joueurs plus professionnels !? En effet, aujourd’hui je propose un livre à 18 € au lieu de 84 €.

Oui, avec 18 € je vais tenter de vous faire atteindre 100.000 € dans les Courses de Galop. De surcroît, cette Méthode vous rendra professionnel.

Pour écrire ce Guide, je suis rentré dans le détail de toutes les courses de Galop, de la plus petite course de Plat, le réclamer, jusqu’à la plus grande : le Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. Je suis aussi allé fouiller dans toutes les courses d’Obstacles jusqu’au Grand Steeple-chase de Paris.

Résultat de mes recherches : c’est la VALEUR qui est le critère essentiel dans toutes les courses de Galop.

La VALEUR est la valeur théorique de chaque cheval établie selon ses performances passées, et mise à jour selon chaque performance. Elle sert à calculer le poids porté dans les handicaps, mais aussi, naturellement, à situer la qualité respective des chevaux entre eux.

La VALEUR, vous l’avez dans votre journal. Ou encore plus simple dans la colonne de droite quand vous interrogez une course de Plat ou d’Obstacles sur le site http://www.geny.com/reunions-courses-pmu

Exemple réel ci-dessous :

Voilà, c’est tout !

Comment Gagner maintenant ?

1. Vous achetez la méthode. Cette méthode détermine les Numéros (les chevaux) à jouer en fonction de leur Valeur. Il y a 3 critères a prendre en compte.

2. Puis vous allez au Bar Pmu du coin présenter vos numéros à jouer. Vous pouvez aussi les jouer sur un site hippique comme Pmu.fr ou Zeturf.fr

Les chevaux donnés par la Méthode Gagnent dans la plupart des courses. Ils gagnent ou arrivent dans les trois premiers. En jouant au jeu Simple, on passe pratiquement tout le temps à la caisse. Le jeu simple consiste à miser sur un cheval qui va arriver dans les 3 premiers.

Exemple Réel des Gains que vous allez obtenir sur une course en fonction de votre type de pari. La Méthode donnait pour la course inscrite au tableau ci-dessus le 1 .2. 5. 9. 10. 16

La Méthode donne 1. 2. 5. 9. 10. 16.

L’Arrivée est 5 – 2 – 9 – 16 – 1. Oui ! Vous touchez TOUT ! Simple, Couplé, Trio, Tiercé, Quarté, Multi et Quinté+.

Quinté+ Pour 2 €
Ordre 43.540,00 €
Désordre 870,80 €
Bonus 4 85,00 €
Bonus 3 17,00 €

Vous pouvez gagner tous les jours puisqu’il y a TOUS LES JOURS des Courses de Plat, de Haies et de Steeple ! Que ce soit à Chantilly, Deauville, Longchamp, Cagnes, Pau, Auteuil, etc.

Pourquoi je vous dévoile mon secret ?

Pourquoi n’ai-je pas gardé ce secret pour moi et essayé de devenir riche tout seul ?

Déjà, cela sous entend qu’aucune méthode qui se vend n’est rentable ?! Alors il ne faut en acheter aucune ! Vous n’allez pas cracher sur Steve Jobs parce qu’il a osé vous vendre son invention ! Dans la vie tout le monde recherche du plaisir durable.

Ma passion, comme vous le confirmeront mes amis : c’est la recherche.

Pourquoi ne vendrais-je pas ma découverte alors qu’elle est demandée et que ma passion, mon plaisir durable est d’en chercher d’autres ?!

Ma passion de la recherche va vous permettre d’accéder à un plaisir durable et rentable !

Mes jeux et vos jeux ne feront pas baisser les rapports. Plus de 1.200 personnes ont acheté ce livre et jouent tous les jours la méthode, et ça continue de gagner pareil !

Cela est dû au fait qu’il existe beaucoup d’endroits différents pour placer ses mises : les points courses, le PMU, le e-PMU sur Internet, Zeturf, Unibet, Betclic, Joa, Leturf, Genybet,…

Les 1.200 parieurs ne sont pas grand-chose en regard des 6 millions de turfistes français. Et je ne parle pas des paris qui viennent de l’étranger.

Livre électronique de 48 pages téléchargeable immédiatement.

PROMOTION DE LANCEMENT : 18 € HT
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(18,99 € TTC si vous êtes en France)

Avec ce livre vous deviendrez N°1.

Vous Gagnerez plus que les autres et vous aurez UN SAVOIR DE PROFESSIONNEL !

Et vous serez le seul à connaître dans les Courses à Réclamer LE TRUC POUR GAGNER !

Et pour toutes les Courses à Handicap, dont 95% des Quintés+, la subtilité du Poids Négatif !

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Getting Started

1
Introduction

Let me introduce you to this course and to what you'll learn inside of it.

2
What is CSS?

Let's start with the most important question first: What is CSS and why do we need it on our websites?

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Join our Online Learning Community
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CSS History, Present & Future

CSS constantly evolves so let me give you a quick overview of the past and the current development of CSS!

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Course Outline

You now know what CSS is but what does the course actually offer you? This lecture will answer that question.

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Choose Your Track

As noted in the course outline, this course offers multiple tracks. Here's how you reach your favorite one.

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Course Prerequisites

You know what this courses offers, but what do you need to succeed in this course? Let's have a look at the prerequisites.

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How To Get The Most Out Of This Course

There's more than one way of taking a course. Let's find out how you can get the most out of this course in this lecture.

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Recommended Tools

Which tools are we using throughout this course? Time to have a quick look at our code editor and the recommended browser.

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Where to Find the Source Code

Find out where you can get the course source code.

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Useful Resources & Links

Attached to this lecture, you find the module source code. Inside of the lecture, you can find some helpful links.

Diving Into the Basics of CSS

1
Module Introduction

Let me introduce you to this module and to what you'll learn inside of it.

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Understanding the Course Project Setup

This is a hands-on course, so we will learn CSS in practice. Time to take a closer look at the starting setup for our course project!

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Adding CSS to our Project with Inline Styles

We have an index.html file, but how can we add CSS now? Let me show you inline styles and how these allow us to change the look of our website!

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Understanding the Tag & Creating a .css File

We learned that inline styles are probably not the best way to add CSS code. So let's have a look at two other ways to achieve this and also explain which approach we will follow throughout the course.

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Applying Additional Styles & Importing Google Fonts

We added CSS and applied some basic styling, but so far the same style is applied to all elements. Time to change that, so let's understand how we can select a specific element and add styles to it. Additionally, we'll import fonts using Google Fonts.

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Theory Time - Selectors

We learned how to select elements, but we probably need more selectors to style our website individually. Thankfully, we do have more selectors available in CSS, so let's understand classes, IDs and attribute selectors!

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Understanding the "Cascading" Style & Specificity​

Our website keeps growing, but why are some styles applied and why is this not true for others? Turns out that there are two important concepts that are mainly responsible for that: The "Cascading" nature of CSS and Specificity. But what is the idea behind these?

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Understanding Inheritance

We understood Specificity so the general styling logic is clear now. Unfortunately not, there is one additional core concept we definitely have to understand: Inheritance. Time to add this to our project and to understand it in this video!

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Adding Combinators

For the styling of a website it is very important to define the look of the different parts of the website individually, because we definitely do not want our website to have the same style all over. Combinators helps us to achieve that.

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Theory Time - Combinators

We added the descendant combinator, but there are more combinators available in CSS. Time to dive into these in this theory lecture.

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Summarizing Properties & Selectors

We learned a lot about the CSS core concepts in this module. Let me quickly summarize what we learned so far about selectors, properties and values!

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Selectors & Combinators

Do you know how to work with all these selectors and combinators?

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Time to Practice - The Basics
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Wrap Up

Let me wrap this module up and summarize what you learned thus far.

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Useful Resources & Links

Attached to this lecture, you find the module source code. Inside of the lecture, you can find some helpful links.

Diving Deeper into CSS

1
Module Introduction

Let me introduce you to this module and to what you'll learn inside of it.

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Introducing the CSS Box Model

One of the most important concepts to understand is the way CSS interacts with elements in HTML. This concept is called the box model, so let's see if we can find such a box in our project!

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Understanding the Box Model

Content, padding, border, margin - we found and understood these parts of the box model. Let's now take a closer look at it and also understand the box model concept in connection with parent and child elements.

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Understanding Margin Collapsing and Removing Default Margins

Why could we observe overlapping margins between two elements? Let's understand why margin collapsing causes this behaviour and how we can remove the default margin from the <body>.

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Deep Dive on "Margin Collapsing"

Margins of elements can behave unexpectedly - here's a deep dive on the phenomena.

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Theory Time - Working with Shorthand Properties

Theory time! Throughout this course we already applied a lot of properties. Turns out that we can combine multiple properties in a single one by using a shorthand. Let's understand these shorthands in this video!

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Applying Shorthands in Practice

Shorthands seem to make writing CSS code a lot easier. Let's try it out and apply some in practice in our project!

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Diving Into the Height & Width Properties

Styling our website also requires to define the size of our elements. In this video, we will apply the "height" and "width" properties and see how we can use these to change the box size according to our needs.

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Understanding Box Sizing

We changed the "height" and the "width", but what was actually changed? Let's dive into the "box-sizing" property and also learn, how we can use this property to change the default behaviour of the "height" and "width" properties.

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Adding the Header to our Project

Let's apply what we learned so far and dive deeper into our project. In this video, it's time to work on the header!

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Understanding the Display Property

We have two types of elements in HTML - block-level and inline. But is there a way to change the default behaviour of these elements? Turns out it is, so let's find out how we can achieve this and why this might be helpful in certain situations.

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display: none vs visibility: hidden

There's more than one way of hiding elements on the page. Let's explore the differences between display: none; and visibility: hidden.

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HTML Refresher: Block-level vs Inline Elements

It's not really a CSS topic (though it's related to it) but it's super important to know. The difference between block-level and inline elements.

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Applying the Display Property & Styling our Navigation Bar

After we understood the "display" property it's now time to style our navigation bar. For that we'll also use the advantages of the "inline-block" value of this property.

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Understanding an Unexpected "inline-block" Behaviour

"inline-block" is a really helpful value, but there is one specific behaviour which can cause problems in practice. Let me show you which problem this is and how you can easily solve it.

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Working with "text-decoration" & "vertical-align"

Let's continue the work in our project and improve the styling of our navigation. For that, we will style links with "text-decoration" and align elements with "vertical-align".

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Styling Anchor Tags

Styling links is very important as every website contain such. The default styling is not the most beautiful one though, so let's find out how we can improve that.

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Adding Pseudo Classes

Pseudo classes are a big help to improve the user experience on our website. Why don't we take the chance and apply some pseudo-classes in our project?

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Theory Time - Pseudo Classes & Pseudo Elements

Time to dive into the theory. We already applied pseudo classes, but which additional values are available and what is the difference between a pseudo class and a pseudo-element? Let's find the answers in this video!

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Grouping Rules

Sometimes the same rules should be applied to different selectors. Turns out we can avoid repeating these rules again and again by grouping them. Let me show you how this works.

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Working with "font-weight" & "border"

We constantly improve the look of our website, so let's use "font-weight" to change the default font style of selected elements. In addition to that, it's also time to add some borders.

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Adding & Styling a CTA-Button

Until now we only have list items in our navigation bar. Wouldn't it be great to have a special CTA-button in a different style? I think it would, so let's add one in this video.

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Adding a Background Image to our Project

The red block level element in the background is ok, but I think a real background image definitely would improve the user experience. Let's learn how we can easily add such an image in this video!

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Properties Worth to Remember

Puh, we worked with a lot of properties so far. Of course we don't have to remember every single property, but you will probably use some properties a lot. This short list will help you remembering these.

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Time to Practice - Diving Deeper into CSS
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Wrap Up

Let me wrap this module up and summarize what you learned thus far.

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Useful Resources & Links

Attached to this lecture, you find the module source code. Inside of the lecture, you can find some helpful links.

More on Selectors & CSS Features

1
Module Introduction

Let me introduce you to this module and what you'll learn in it.

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Using Multiple CSS Classes & Combined Selectors

There are a couple of things we can do with CSS classes and selectors in general.

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Classes or IDs?

Besides class selectors, we can use ID selectors, tag selectors etc. But which one should you use?

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(Not) using !important

In very, very, very rare cases, you might need to force a certain declaration to overwrite the others, even though it normally wouldn't. Here comes !important.

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Selecting the Opposite with :not()

Thus far, we always set our rules up to select certain elements. You can also set up rules that DON'T select something.

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CSS & Browser Support

Not all CSS features are supported by all browsers. This lecture explains how you find out what is supported and what's not.

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Wrap Up

Let me wrap this module up and summarize what we learned thus far.

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Rounding up the Basics

We got the very basics of CSS covered. Time to round it up and check if you got them down.

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Useful Resources & Links

Attached to this lecture, you find the module resources. In the lecture, you find some helpful links.

Practicing the Basics

1
Module Introduction

Let me introduce you to this module and to what you'll learn inside of it.

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Adding Style to our Plans

Our page gets more and more beautiful, but there is still a lot of content and styling missing. So let's add our different hosting plans and some basic styling in this video!

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Working on the Recommended Plan

We want our users to focus onto the recommended plan. Let's use our CSS knowledge to highlight this plan!

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Styling the Badge with "border-radius"

The badge on the recommended plan doesn't stand out so far. Time to add some styling to it, to make clear that this is the plan to choose!

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Styling our List

All our plans include lists which present the features of the corresponding plan. The bullet points are quite ugly though, so let's remove these and improve the look of our lists!

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Working on the Title and the Price of our Packages

Let's continue with the title and the price presented on our plans. So far these look pretty unspectacular, time to change that!

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Improving our Action Button

The action button at the bottom of each box will redirect the user to the plan purchasing page. We want to make sure that our users click these buttons, so some nice button style might be a good idea.

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Understanding Outlines

We styled our buttons, but if we hover over these we still see an additional blue outline. This is automatically added to the element and definitely something we don't want to be displayed. Let's learn how we can remove it in this video.

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Presenting the Core Features to the User

Time to add another (unstyled) section, which presents the core advantages of our hosting service to the user!

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Styling the Headline of the Core Features Section

Let's start styling the new section! A good starting point probably is the headline and the background!

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Preparing the Content of the Key Feature Area

Time to style the list which includes our core website features. As these are presented as list items, we can apply our previous knowledge to change the list style. Additionally, we should align the features.

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Adding the Footer

We reached the end of our starting page - time to add a footer. Let's learn how we can easily add one in this video!

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What we Achieved so Far

We finished (at least partially) our starting page. So let's think about what we achieved so far and how we can continue. Because one page probably is not enough...

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Adding the Packages Page

Time to add more content, this time for the packages page. We know how this works, so let's add the HTML code and apply some basic styling to get started.

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Your Challenge

Now it's your turn! You learned a lot so far, so let's take the chance and practice what we learned. Style the page on your own and try to achieve the result shown in this video!

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Styling the Links

How did I solve it? Let me show you my solution in this video and let's start with the styling of our links.

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Styling our Package Boxes

The links look fine, but the different plans also need individual styles. Time to add these in this video!

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Adding "float" to our Package

Until now the plans are displayed according to the document flow, but we would prefer to display one plan aligned to the right part of the page. How could we achieve this?

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Fixing the Hover Effect

With "float" being applied, the free plan is positioned correctly, but the hover effect doesn't work correctly any more. Let me show you how to easily fix that in this video.

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Adding the Final Touches

This was a lot of work, but we now finished two pages - great job! Let's fix some minor issues before we dive deeper into positioning in the next module to further improve the look of our website!

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Useful Resources & Links

Attached to this lecture, you find the module source code. Inside of the lecture, you can find some helpful links.

Positioning Elements with CSS

1
Module Introduction

Let me introduce you to this module and to what you'll learn inside of it.

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Why Positioning will Improve our Website

Before we dive deeper - why is positioning elements important when creating a website? Let's take a look at our website and identify potential areas of improvement for the position of our elements!

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Understanding Positioning - The Theory

How does positioning work? Let's recap the default behaviour of elements and understand how the "position" property can be used to change the default position of elements.

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Working with the "fixed" Value

We understood that we can apply different values to the "position" property. Let's take a closer look at the "fixed" value, understand its positioning context and the impact on the document flow it has on the element it is applied to.

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Creating a Fixed Navigation Bar

We already have a navigation bar on our website, but as soon as we scroll down the bar disappears. Let's understand how we can stick the navigation bar to the viewport with the "fixed" value.

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Using "position" to Add a Background Image

The navigation bar works, but we also need a background image for our Packages page. Turns out that the "fixed" value can also be very helpful is this situation, so let's find our more.

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Understanding the Z-Index

We added the background image but the remaining elements are hidden below it. Why isn't there a property that allows us to change the element order along the z-axis? Thankfully the "z-index" does exactly that, so time to understand and apply it!

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Adding a Badge to our Package

The "Plus" plan is the #1 choice for our customers and our recommendation. Why don't we add a badge to this package which indicates exactly what? Let me show you how the "absolute" and "relative" values work together and make the positioning of the badge a breeze!

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Styling & Positioning our Badge with "absolute" and "relative"

We added the badge but the positioning is not perfect yet and we definitely need to add more style to it. So let's continue!

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Diving Deeper into Relative Positioning

The "relative" value was very helpful to position the badge, but did we really understand how it works? Let's dive deeper and find out more about its positioning context and its impact on the positioning context on the element it is applied to.

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Are you a "position" expert?

We learned a lot about the position property in this module so far. Let's now practice this knowledge in this quiz before we continue!

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