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goals do
  message "These challenges will have you diving into the CSS side of things. Open up that **layout.css** file and take a look."
  goal "Give your main content a border"
  goal "Make two columns and line them up side by side"

steps do

  step do
    message "**Challenge:** Find the div with the id `main` in your HTML. See if you can give it a one-pixel border on its left hand side by modifying the existing stylesheet, **layout.css**."
    message "**Hint**: If you get hung up on what CSS property to use, see if you can look it up on [MDN](https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/Reference)."

  step do
    message "**Challenge:** If you styled the `#main` div in the previous step by using a style rule like `#main { property: value; }`, see if you can come up with a second rule that could also apply the same style, but use a different selector."
    message "**Hint**: You can select an element that's _inside_ of another element by listing one selector after another. The selector `.content div {}` would apply to any `div`s inside of an element with class `content`."

  step do
    message "**Challenge:** See if you can turn the page into a two-column layout. Make the `#nav` `div` the left column, and the `#main` div the right column."
    message "**Hints**: it may be helpful to give these divs a fixed width; you may need the `float` property."

  message "<img src='img/page_sample.jpg'>"

explanation do

  message <<-MARKDOWN

## More CSS!

For some great examples of the power of CSS, check out the [CSS Zen Garden](http://www.csszengarden.com/). It takes
the same HTML, but shows it with stylesheets from a bunch of different designers applied to
it. Here are two different designers' interpretations of the same HTML:

<img src='img/css_zen.png'>

### CSS Reference Sites

* [Sitepoint](http://reference.sitepoint.com/css/elements-structural)
* [Mozilla Developer Network](https://developer.mozilla.org/en/CSS)


insert 'consider_deploying_to_github_again'

next_step "basic_javascript"