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Christina Kopecky

Technical Writer

Christina is an experienced technical writer, covering topics as diverse as Java, SQL, Python, and web development. She earned her Master of Music in flute performance from the University of Kansas and a bachelor's degree in music with minors in French and mass communication from Southeast Missouri State. Prior to joining the Career Karma team in June 2020, Christina was a teaching assistant, team lead, and section lead at Lambda School, where she led student groups, performed code and project reviews, and debugged problems for students. Christina's technical content is featured frequently in publications like Codecademy, Repl.it, and Educative.

How to Insert Icons Using a CDN

Icons work well for illustrating actions a user can take in an application. There are several icon libraries readily available. Here are a few of the many:  Font Awesome – https://fontawesome.com/ Flaticon – https://www.flaticon.com/ Material Design Icons – https://material.io/resources/icons/ There…

CSS Padding: A Step-By-Step Guide

The CSS padding property creates a space between an element’s borders and content contained inside of that element. Padding has subproperties that allow for unique padding sizes on all sides and accepts inherit, length, and percentage as values. When you’re…

CSS Inline-Block

The display property is integral to the layout of a webpage. The display property determines how an element is displayed in relation to the elements around it. There are several values for this CSS property; the most used values include…

CSS Vertical Align Property

When writing CSS, you may encounter a situation where you would like to change how an element is aligned on the page. In this article, we will explore the CSS property and the property values that will alter how an…

Declaring an HTML Doctype

When starting a new HTML document, one of the first things to do is write your document type declaration. A doctype declaration tells the browser that the page to be rendered is written in HTML. To declare an HTML5 doctype,…

Adding HTML Space Tags

When writing HTML, you’ll notice additional spaces made when you press the spacebar do not appear when text is rendered in the browser. For example: In the first <p> tag, there is only one space between each word. But in…

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