Lesson 5 - CSS reset and the HTML5 layout
The previous lesson, Loops and @media in Sass, was the last one about the theory around Sass. In today's tutorial, we're going to focus on a CSS reset, the HTML layout and we're also going to learn how can we style HTML5 elements in older browsers.
What will we start with? Let's create an appropriate directory and file structure for our project. Of course, we can't put everything into one folder, that'd become very confusing soon. What we're going to do is to create basic folders for CSS, Sass, JS, fonts and graphics that will be used in our template. I recommend to create a separate folder for images you'll use on the website and which wouldn't be part of the template. The root folder will
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