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What is CSS Class ?

In CSS, classes allow you to apply a style to a given class of an element. To do this, you link the element to the style by declaring a style for the class, then assigning that class to the element.

CSS Class Syntax
You declare a CSS class by using a dot (.) followed by the class name. You make up the class name yourself. After the class name you simply enter the properties/values that you want to assign to your class.

.class-name { property:value; } If you want to use the same class name for multiple elements, but each with a different style, you can prefix the dot with the HTML element name.
html-element-name.class-name { property:value; } You can also select elements (or classes) that's nested within another element or class. For example, div.css-section p will select all elements that are nested within a <div> element that uses the .css-section class.

One major benefit of doing this is that you don't need to apply a class to every instance of an element when …

What is Navigation Drawer ?

The navigation drawer is a panel that transitions in from the left edge of the screen and displays the app’s main navigation options.The user can bring the navigation drawer onto the screen by swiping from the left edge of the screen or by touching the application icon on the action bar.As the navigation drawer expands, it overlays the content but not the action bar. When the drawer is fully extended, the action bar adjusts its content by replacing the current action bar title with the app name and removing all actions that are contextual to the view underneath the navigation drawer. The overflow menu with the standard action items for Settings and Help remains visible. read more from here...