ArtStore.html2.Add a reset.cssstylesheet as described in the course textbook to remove all default styles. 3.Define a second stylesheet, named ArtStore.css, so that the output looks similar to the figure below. Do NOT modify the markup within the <body> elements. 4.The solution requires you to use a CSS3 feature that will require some research on your own. The background-sizeproperty can be used to force a background image to resize to the browser window. 5.Notice that two of the blocks in the figure are partially transparent. That again is a feature of CSS3, which allows you to specify the alpha transparencyof any color, also called opacity. The textbook discusses this in Section 7.2 (1stedition) or Section 6.2 (2ndedition), which is dedicated to Color Models. 6.The header in the figure uses the font Six Caps, which may have to be supplemented with other options in the font stack in the event that font is not present on your computer. You will have to do some research of your own to figure out how to include and reference that font in a stylesheet. Ideally we would test this by downloading the page and associated stylesheets onto a number of devices and
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