1. Website Development


2. Website style

2.1. Colors

2.1.1. Background Colors


2.1.2. Text Colors

Base color for text on website (class="tx-dark-color")

Dark color for text on website (class="tx-dark-color")

Inverse color for text on website (class="tx-inverse-color")

highlighted text (class="tx-highlighted")

Text muted (class="text-muted")

Text warning (class="text-warning")

Text error (class="text-error")

Text info (class="text-info")

Text success(class="text-success")

Text using primary color darker (class="tx-primary-color-darker")

Text using primary color dark (class="tx-primary-color-dark")

Text using primary color (class="tx-primary-color")

Text using primary color light (class="tx-primary-color-light")

Text using primary color lighter (class="tx-primary-color-lighter")

Text using accent color darker (class="tx-accent-color-darker")

Text using accent color dark (class="tx-accent-color-dark")

Text using accent color (class="tx-accent-color")

Text using accent color light (class="tx-accent-color-light")

Text using accent color lighter (class="tx-accent-color-lighter")

Text using secondary accent color darker (class="tx-secondary-accent-color-darker")

Text using secondary accent color (class="tx-secondary-accent-color")

Text using secondary accent color lighter (class="tx-secondary-accent-color-lighter")


2.2. Typography

2.2.1. Letters Fonts

This is an exemple of the stack letter, the base letter or the website (class="stack-letter")

This is an exemple of the font used for the headings (class="headings-letter")

This is an exemple of the font used for the display texts, like Jumbotron (class="display-letter")

This is an exemple of the font used for the address texts (class="address-letter")

This is an exemple of the font used for the blocks of code (class="blockcode-letter")

This is an exemple of the font used for the block quotes and cites (class="blockquotes-letter)

This is an exemple of the clean font used for Navigation, breadcrumbs, etc. (class="clean-letter")

This is an exemple of the handletter used in signatures like "Maria Coding" (class="handletter")

This is an exemple of the special letter (class="special-letter")


2.2.2. Headings

h1. Heading

h2. Heading

h3. Heading

h4. Heading

h5. Heading
h6. Heading

2.2.3. Display headings

When you need a heading to stand out, consider using a display heading (.display-1, .display-2, etc.)

Display 1

Display 2

Display 3

Display 4


2.2.4. Lead

Make a paragraph stand out by adding .lead.

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2.2.5. Inline text elements

You can use the mark tag to highlight text (or .mark class).

This line of text is meant to be treated as deleted text. Use the del tag.

This line of text is meant to be treated as no longer accurate. Use the s tag.

This line of text is meant to be treated as an addition to the document. Use the ins tag.

This line of text will render as underlined Use the u tag.

This line of text is meant to be treated as fine print. Use the small tag (or .small class).

This line rendered as bold text.Use the strong tag.

This line rendered as italicized text. Use the em tag.


2.2.6. Abbreviations

Stylized implementation of HTML’s <abbr> element for abbreviations and acronyms to show the expanded version on hover. Abbreviations have a default underline and gain a help cursor to provide additional context on hover and to users of assistive technologies.

Add .initialism to an abbreviation for a slightly smaller font-size.

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2.2.7. Blockquotes

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2.2.8. Block of Code

To write a block of code use the tags pre & code(or .bloquecode class)


    /* This is an example of a comment in CSS*/
    <h1>, .display {
      background-color: #f1f1f1
    }
  

2.2.9. Lists

2.2.9.1. Ordered Lists
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2.2.9.5. Description list alignment
Description lists
A description list is perfect for defining terms.
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Nested definition list
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3. Containers


4. Components