If HTML is used to structure a webpage, then CSS is used to style that webpage. Those nice looking websites that you see online are stylized using CSS.
Why you’ll learn CSS?
- In the path of creating a webpage, HTML is the half way, the other half is the CSS. CSS styles a barebone HTML page and make it a professional looking webpage.
- Learning CSS is the next step after HTML to become a web developer.
What are the requirements to learn CSS?
- For this course, you need to know HTML before start learning CSS.
- Web browsers (Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari etc.) to test different CSS effects.
Who this course is for?
- This course is for absolute beginners who is knows HTML and looking for a course for CSS.
- Also, you may know CSS and now you want to upgrade your skill to CSS3 (latest version of CSS)
What does this course cover?
You’ll learn CSS with the latest version CSS3 in this course. Here are all the lessons covered so far (more coming regularly)-
Start learning CSS here. Learn from the beginning.
Know the history of CSS and its levels.
Learn how to write CSS style rules with best practice.
|Adding CSS to HTML
Learn different methods of how to add CSS to HTML with best practices.
Learn how to write CSS comments and their best practices.
Learn about CSS selectors, one of the most important concepts in CSS.
Learn what is CSS inheritance, how it works and its usages.
CSS cascade is an important concept in CSS, in fact it represents the first letter of CSS. Learn what CSS is, how it works, and how to use it.
CSS cascade is an important concept in CSS, in fact it represents the first letter of CSS. Learn what cascading is, how it works, and how to use it.
How to use this course to get most out of it?
- This course is based written in step by step manner. If you’re a complete beginner, you have to follow from the beginning serially.
- It is highly recommended to write all the codes yourself by hand (not copy and paste) mentioned in every lesson.
- If you’re familiar with any lesson, try to find any tips or techniques shared on that lesson.
Ask Questions and add comments
If you have any questions regarding any lesson, please ask at the last of that lesson. There is an option to post your questions.
Conventions used in this course
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