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CSS. It’s a web designer’s playpen. With so many colors, type settings, layout options, and responsive possibilities, it’s easy to turn a stylesheet into a million line nightmare. However, with a few simple actions you can clean up the mess so the CSS works with you, not against you. A few weeks ago, frontend developer Julie Cameron came through our virtual Treehouse office and bestowed some wisdom we still can’t shake. So now I’m sharing it with you all!

It’s only natural. Entanglement happens.

The cascade. It’s a blessing and a curse. It’s often the case that when you change the styling of one element, other elements inadvertently get restyled. Misuse of !important makes the cascade come to a screeching halt, and leaves you with inconsistencies from one element styling to the next. As websites get bigger or more developers start working on the codebase,

the CSS tends to grow as well. Without a plan, it becomes the Wild Wild West (wickey wild, wicky wicky wild wild wild west…Will Smith isn’t gonna get you out of this one).

  • Modular – You can get to the point of building a page without writing a single line of CSS.
  • Predictable – It doesn’t matter where you put the component, it’ll behave the same and look the same. It’s easy to write the code. You have systems in place for naming it. It’s more intuitive to write.
  • Maintainable – It’s quick and easy to deal with. It won’t break other things on the site.
  • Scalable – It’s hard to break and easy to build onto.
  • Dry – It eliminates the need for copy and paste duplication in the CSS.
  • Organized – There’s a place for everything.

Separation of container from content means that objects should look the same no matter where you put them. In other words, avoid location-dependent styles. For example, if you’re styling an h2 like this…

 
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 Why is it important for you to be aware of your bio-reactions?

Professional Communication and Leadership in Healthcare

A.  Describe three situations where you have experienced a bio-reaction.

1.  Identify which bio-reaction (fight, flight, freeze, or appease) you were experiencing in each situation from part A.

2.  Describe what was happening in the environment around you during each of the identified bio-reactions.

3.  Describe how your body reacted and what emotions you felt during each of the identified bio-reactions.

4.  Explain why it is important to be aware of your bio-reactions.

 
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develop personalized stress management plans that rely on the use of adaptive coping strategies to ensure personal health and well-being.

Reflect on the following questions before you begin working on this task:

●   What would you do in this scenario?

●   How can your knowledge of ethical principles be utilized to determine your response to Mr. Newcomb?

●   How would this affect you as a nurse and direct provider of care for Mr. Newcomb?

 
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Explain how the health concern

 

COMMUNITY HEALTH & POPULATION-FOCUSED NURSING PRACTICUM

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Your submission must be your original work. No more than a combined total of 30% of the submission and no more than a 10% match to any one individual source can be directly quoted or closely paraphrased from sources, even if cited correctly. Use the Turnitin Originality Report available in Taskstream as a guide for this measure of originality.

You must use the rubric to direct the creation of your submission because it provides detailed criteria that will be used to evaluate your work. Each requirement below may be evaluated by more than one rubric aspect. The rubric aspect titles may contain hyperlinks to relevant portions of the course.

 

 
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