Web Design With CSS

  • CSS Introduction
    A brief introduction to CSS. What it is, how it works and why it solves a big problem.
    CSS Introduction
    STEP : article

    w3schools.com

  • CSS Syntax
    This goes over the syntax of CSS.
    CSS Syntax
    STEP : article

    w3schools.com

  • CSS Id And Class
    Now we find out why we added ID's and Classes to our HTML tags. This goes over how ID's and Classes work in CSS.
    CSS Id And Class
    STEP : article

    w3schools.com

  • Linking CSS To HTML
    How to link our new style sheets to our HTML pages.
    Linking CSS To HTML
    STEP : article

    w3schools.com

  • CSS Background
    This card will run through the background property and how to add images and colors to your web site page.
    CSS Background
    STEP : article

    w3schools.com

  • CSS Text
    This will go through all the different things you can do to style text on a web page.
    CSS Text
    STEP : article

    w3schools.com

  • CSS Font
    Here we will learn about fonts for the web and the differences between them.
    CSS Font
    STEP : article

    w3schools.com

  • CSS Styling Links
    This will go through the basics of styling links on a web page. Links could be the most important things on web pages. They are how you navigate around and there are many things you can do to make them more or less noticeable and useable.
    CSS Styling Links
    STEP : article

    w3schools.com

  • CSS Styling Lists
    This runs through lists, there are two different types of lists and many uses for them. A lot of navigation is styled through lists, since a sites navigation could be considered a list in itself.
    CSS Styling Lists
    STEP : article

    w3schools.com

  • CSS Styling Tables
    Tables were once used for layout, but now they are hardly used at all, but there still could be some good cases to use tables, like displaying tabular data on a web page.
    CSS Styling Tables
    STEP : article

    w3schools.com

  • CSS Box Model
    These are the basics of the box model and is very important to understand. What does margin do, or padding and how do they affect the box and the content?
    CSS Box Model
    STEP : article

    w3schools.com

  • CSS Border
    Here is the border property and the many different types of borders you can give your layouts. Frequently used to help separate content.
    CSS Border
    STEP : article

    w3schools.com

  • CSS Outline Properties
    This is the outline property. An outline is a line around an element. It is displayed around the margin of the element. However, it is different from the border property.
    CSS Outline Properties
    STEP : article

    w3schools.com

  • CSS Margin
    This goes more in depth into the margin property.
    CSS Margin
    STEP : article

    w3schools.com

  • CSS Padding
    This goes in more depth into the padding property.
    CSS Padding
    STEP : article

    w3schools.com

  • CSS Specificity: The Order Of Applying The CSS Rules
    Understand the priority with which the browser applies CSS rules to HTML elements. You will learn why sometimes your styles do not get applied as expected.
    STEP : article

    coding.smashingmagazine.com

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Created by: 4 editors Views: 1281 Steps: 16 Learners: 9 Updated: November 1, 2011

Description: This is a basic introduction to CSS - Cascading Style Sheets. You must first learn HTML before moving on to learning CSS. When you know how to write and format HTML so it is ready to be styled then move on to learning CSS and make your web pages look pretty. CSS is the \design\" language of the Internet

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