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I’m studying the example page and I don’t see in the code where they are getting some of the functionality. For example, I know a few ways to make scroll bars (with CSS for example). But I don’t see it in their code. I don’t see anything it the top where they reference any front-end libraries. I see the @media that gives new position and width to the navbar, but its not clear to me how they partition it from the .main-doc. I can figure out how to do it myself using Bootstrap or writing a CSS. But I REALLY want to know how they wrote this pen. Is there something behind the scenes? Where is the code for the Scroll? Where is the grid template? Or the flex box? Any answers or clues will be MUCH appreciated.
Thank you for looking at that. I did notice that in the CSS and it makes perfect sense. My next step was to isolate those CSS blocks and experiment with the margins…I think I am at a low-confidence/pessimism place in my web design chops. I just didn’t think it would work. How about the scroll bar? I’ve made those before but don’t recognize it in the code here.
Also, do you play oboe? I played Jazz saxophone in college and I’ve had a couple Zoom lessons with a sax player who also does coding. Its working out really well. He had never considered teaching coding like a music lesson. I am writing a paper about it. Thanks again for the help. I think I just needed someone to confirm that was how they did it. Codepen confuses me sometimes.