Thinkful Mock Interview 1

Thinkful Mock Interview 1

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Responsive Web Design

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Section 1

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Responsive Web Design

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Using various styling elements to create a site that adapts to size changes in the browser window as well as use with various devices.

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Git

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-a version control system that operates through the command line -each Git working directory is a full-fledged repository with complete history and full version-tracking capabilities, making it a great resource for open-source and multi-developer projects

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What does <DOCTYPE> do?

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-<DOCTYPE> is a doctype declaration that communicates to the browser which version of HTML the file is written in. -As of HTML5, this has been condensed to <!DOCTYPE html>

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GitHub

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-a web-based Git repository hosting site -extremely popular for sharing open source code/projects -the largest host of source code in the world with over 14 million users and 35 millions repositories

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Media Query

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A CSS technique where a block of style rules held within are only applied when particular conditions are met. Used to create responsive pages.

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Padding

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Clears an area around the content. The padding is transparent

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CSS Box Model

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a set of style aspects that applies to each element (as a rectangular box) of a document; determines the content of space each element exists in. Includes: Content, Padding, Border, & Margin.

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When to use: <section>

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-a semantic block container element -used to create thematic grouping of content, typically with a heading.

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When to use: <article>

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-a semantic block container element -used to create grouping for independent, self-contained content

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Content

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The content of the box, where text and images appear

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Margin

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Clears an area outside the border. The margin is transparent

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Position types

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Static: default positioning, doesn't accept offsets Fixed: keeps position on page regardless of scrolling, doesn't occupy space on same plane as others Relative: same as static but reacts to offsets for positioning control Absolute: positioned relative to nearest positioned ancestor rather than the viewport, typically used within a relative positioned container for unique layouts/overlapping.

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Inline Element vs. Block Element

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display: block; takes up the full width available, creating a new line before and after display: inline; takes up only the width that it's size requires and does not force any new lines

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Border

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A border that goes around the padding and content

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box-sizing: border-box & it's advantages

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-When applied, the padding and border are included in width/height specifications. This creates visual balance for box elements and is easier to manage vs default content-box.

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When to use: <div>

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-non-semantic block container element -used when grouping or positioning any non-semantic elements

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