> I'm just struggling to show this "...it should refer to its own styling for motivating > examples, including using selectors and pseudo-classes."
> What kind of answer are you looking for, is it more like using different CSS elements such > as font, spacing, colour etc. within different types of selectors and pseudo classes?
> Are you able to give an example of how what kind of content you are looking for?
> Thank You!
The different CSS elements like font, spacing, colour etc aren't as interesting as how CSS is
Things I'd aim to cover include:
the "cascading" bit (bootstrap overridden by local sheet, overridden by styles in the head and
selectors and classes (eg making the first paragraph after an h1 italic)
pseudo-classes (mouse-over is simple)
This means that you website should include all these features *and* reference them in the
text, as examples.