Well 2 hours later and I have got it to work.
its subtle. I also forgot most of the Pinegrow UI
so its done like this
But first…make sure that you have NOT selected… the device view with the media query that means it is NOT active. ie, if your clicking around on the little display device Screen view of Title (which is now deactivated due to the media query, just STOP that and click the Big device title instead
I did this wrong too.
SO picture over load now…
this is JUST snapshots of me following the vids, but I’ve documented it in case it helps as I got confused, too.
class WONT show up… until you click the :Hover state tab above it.
This seems totally counter intuitive and maybe ALL Pseudo class tabs should be active by default for any element that has any of them (or just all elements?) and you physically have to Deselect each one to NOT see that view.
I mean this , (might be a feature request now, unless I have done it wrong in the beginning)
and here is my process.
You want this shiny goodness
so we do this
Click title on the LARGE display page view. and click the
<h1> element with the .title class
Click on the
.title class in the Active Style tab
3.Now look above it at the
:pseudo states of the class you are implementing (here we are adding the hover pseudo state to title.
so you can see this.
and then Click the :hover tab so it is light grey/activated.
4.Click here…yes, just like the picture says
- Select the Class name you wish to effect.
6.Now to add the PSEUDO Class - hover state here (at last!)
7.Check that you have the correct class name and state listed, with all dots
ok! so it is now created but… er. you STILL won’t see it listed… unless you…do 8.
- yes, like it says in the picture… again. click it! … CLICK ITTTT!
so in the big picture, when it’s all done,
you get this ( well I do )
but don’t see the results listed until this
and if you check your code view you should see this
yes, that’s correct.
You could have …just typed…
text-shadow: 6px 9px 14px #d3aaaa;
And be done with this whole affair…er once you had created the .title class and all its nice font stuff.
which… leads me to conclude that the UI logic is a bit FUBAR here, and reversed.
I would EXPECT the usual behaviour to be that ALL POSSIBLE PSEUDO STATES would be LISTED as active, unless I specifically DESELECTED them.
That is, with th Pseudo state tabs in the normal coloured state like everything else, then ALL created pseudo States would be listed in the Active Tab and then ONLY IF ONE WAS DESELECTED (that is the tab is Grey) would it NOT be listed.
Then I would have a reason for noticing something is missing.
like this explains.
So there you go. thanks for making me do this. I am so rusty. this has taken around 3 hours or so…