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Building a Code Editor for the Web - HTML & CSS Structure

coderarchive profile image Lu-Vuong Le 🎧💻 ・1 min read

In this video, we'll work on the basic overall structure with the HTML and CSS. We'll also load the ACE Code Editor without any configuration.

Find the code for each video here in its own branch:
https://github.com/luvuong-le/code-editor-tutorial/tree/html-css-structure

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Hello. Good video. Sorry for my question but I want to learn how to put videos in my header how you made. Could you explain me?

 

Hey Falcon,

I think that is automatically there when you upload a video, so if you go to your dashboard there should be an 'Upload Video'

Once it finishes uploading it'll be a video post and if you click inside it the video will be in the header already

Hope that helps!