I added to .css file this
aaand it doesn't work.
Of course it doesn't work -- it's not what I showed you.
My problem with css is that it is not part of the source code, so I cant
take a look, where in the code is it built in. You may say that it is
obvious, but I'm saying I don't trust obvious, I trust my eyes. I'm sorry on
this one, but I really don't believe that .css is worthed, but if you'll be
so kind and advice me, how background in css works, I'll be really glad.
What are you talking about? CSS is certainly part of your source code.
What is `view source` and Firebug I don't know
Every browser offers the option to view the HTML source of a page
you're looking at it. It's a basic tool for troubleshooting (and learning).
Firebug is a Firefox extension that gives you visibility into a number
of areas (CSS, network connections, etc.) and is indispensable for,
again, troubleshooting and learning.
...and I don't want to create new google. I just want it to be simple and
It is simple. You need to develop a better understanding.