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I am making a site with joomla, and in the css are the following three elements (elements the right word?):
Can someone here help me understand how these are related? I guess if I could figure out what the .width_medium, .width_fmax, and .width_small methods were for it would be a start. I will look that up and hopefully find the answer myself, but since I started this thread already I will go ahead and post it here too just in case.
edit - also div#wrapper is something I do not understand
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Oh so when using this in the html you would use only one of those? That makes sense. I have done the css tutorial on w3school and I have worked with it somewhat, but creating the class and using it in the html is about as far as I have learned. I figured anything after a " . " would be a method (.width_fmax in this case). So that is just part of the class name then right, not a method?
This sounds like my problem as well. I am not a CSS expert and I don't understand the whitespace separating body.width_medium from div#wrapper in the CSS selector. Apparently this is not a case of grouped selectors, because otherwise they would be separated by a comma delimiter? Also I don't understand why the identifier #wrapper is called div#wrapper. w3schools is great, but it doesn't really explain this for us dummies ....