The slider is implemented and works, it just doesn't look like how we have designed it. We go through the process of stripping away HTML and CSS that we don't need. We also look at the settings for the RoyalSlider to turn off some things that we don't need.

We look at how you can remove certain files from showing up in search in Sublime Text.

We implement a very simple CSS reset, which came up when the slider didn't hug the edges of the browser because of the UA stylesheet adding padding to the body element.

We also Photoshop a few of the slides to make the edges fade to white better.


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    Interesting screen cast series! May I ask what sublime text color scheme you’re using?

  2. Bert
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    Any follow-up soon?

  3. John Seitz
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    Chris, you’re like the Bob Ross of the internet.

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