In this project you will copy this article from the New York Times (open in an "incognito" window without cookies to view it if you’re over your monthly limit). Pay attention to the section titled "The Theory of Inflation" (you may need to widen your viewing window for it to show up) and how is laid out.
For this project you can use any of the positioning techniques you have learned in the previous topics. The modern way however is to use Flexbox or Grid. Having said that there are times where FlexBox and Grid can’t achieve the layout you want. For this reason knowing floats and other positioning techniques can be very useful. Therefore for this project try and use a combination of techniques.
As usual, ignore any ads, comments or interactive elements and don’t worry about what happens when you change the page width. Just focus on making it look similar.
Go to the NYT article in question and have a look around.
Create a private GitHub repository that will host your solution.
Create a new HTML document.
Think about all the elements on the page and how they are grouped together.
Lay out the basic structure of the page using empty semantic HTML elements that are appropriately sized and positioned.
Set up the top navigation bar (again, don’t worry about making it change when you scroll down the page). How can you get it to stick to the top of the page as you scroll down?
Fill in and position the additional sections. Don’t worry about enclosing every paragraph of text in
Push your solution to Github and submit the URL in the Quiz below.
In this section you can find a lot of helpful links to other content. This is a supplemental material for you if you want to dive deeper into some concepts.
LOOKING FOR HELP?
When looking for help, try doing so in the following order:
- Did you try everything you could?
- Did you read the documentation?
- Did you Google for it?
- Did you post your question on Slack/Forum?
- Did you ask your fellow students for help?
- Did you ask your Mentors for help?
- Did you leave a comment on the comments section of this page?
- Did you ask your Instructor for help?