Primarily, I liked the short list of styles to implement at higher levels with wide reaching effects. In my previous experience, formatting and placement have always been the biggest nightmares of CSS, so I'm a big fan of keeping it as simple as possible. This seems like a great starting point with some additional tips and resources on where to go once that is achieved.
Thank you so much for the compliment, the list-style instruction is really what I go for to make it really easy and fast to read and/or scan 👍
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