CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a style sheet language which is used to alter the look and format of a web page or web document that has been created in any markup language, for example, HTML 5. CSS and CSS 3 can be used to add certain styles to web pages that have been written in HTML and XHTML. You can also use CSS in XML documents, plain XML script, SVG and XUL.
CSS has been designed mainly to allow the splitting of a web pages content, that has been written in HTML. Using CSS you can format the colours,font and layout of a web page using less code than what would be required with HTML or other markup languages.
CSS allows you to efficiently create a web page by providing more flexibility and presentation options. You can enable multiple pages to share the same formatting and reduce the overall need for lines of HTML code. CSS 3 is the latest release of CSS and enables you to create web sites that can render on all screen sizes, which is particularly useful if many visitors to your web page are using smartphone or tablet devices.
Using CSS you can create a Stylesheet that is linked to a standard web page that has been created using HTML 5 for example. The stylesheet dictates the overall layout,presentation and look of the web page. In the case of HTML documents, the author of the document can link it to a CSS file, then readers of the document can use a different style sheet which in turn will overide the one that the author has created.
Having used CSS in web development over the last few years, I decided to create my learn CSS 3 For Beginners video tutorial course to help those who wish to learn CSS and add it to their web development skill set. My course provides you with low cost, high quality training videos that you can go through at your own pace. You can master the basics of CSS and CSS3, which will allow you to properly design website layouts that look fantastic. You can create more dynamic web pages with text effects, shadows, fonts and content boxes. Prior to CSS 3, these kind of design implementations required the use of images and additional HTML code.
It is also worth mentioning that the major search engines prefer the load speed that a correctly coded CSS page has, which can result in higher rankings and an increase in visitor numbers. So it really does pay to learn CSS and get to grips with the many additional design elements it provides for your web pages.
The course contains 19 high definition, step-by-step videos which you can watch as I show you how to quickly develop your coding skills and create sensational looking websites.
You can see a list of the video titles below:
CHAPTER 1 – GETTING STARTED WITH CSS 3
01. CSS & CSS 3 Introduction – 3 minutes
02. CSS Syntax – 4 minutes
CHAPTER 2 – ADDING CSS 3 TO YOUR WEBSITE
03. Inline – 4 minutes
04. Internal – 3 minutes
05. External – 5 minutes
06. Link Styles – 5 minutes
07. Comment Tag – 3 minutes
CHAPTER 3 – CSS 3 SELECTORS AND VALIDATION
08. ID Selector – 3 minutes
09. Class Selector – 4 minutes
10. Validation – 4 minutes
CHAPTER 4 – CSS 3 FONT AND TEXT MANIPULATION
11. Font Size – 4 minutes
12. Font Color – 7 minutes
13. Text Alignment – 3 minutes
14. Font Family – 5 minutes
15. Font Style – 4 minutes
16. Text Shadow Effect – 4 minutes
CHAPTER 5 – CSS 3 CONTENT BOXES
17. Create a Content Box – 4 minutes
18. Content Box Design (Rounded) – 4 minutes
19. Content Box Design (Shadow) – 3 minutes
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