Add placeholder content Modern Web Design Lesson with CSS Grid and CSS page styling Responsive web



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Adding Placeholder content and Web Design styling with CSS
When creating web pages, often the final content is not ready. You can use placeholder content, like images and lorem ipsum text in place of content which can get added later. The placeholder or dummy content can be used while designing your website so that the pages have a real look and feel to them. This is perfect for web design and testing of responsive and positioning of page elements with CSS. Apply CSS styling and make adjustments to fit the content as desired. This lesson will apply styling to the page elements, including the header with titles and slogan. The main content area and adding images that appear as a thumbnail type style. Setting the aside content to separate as content blocks. Creating a two column footer using CSS grid styling.

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