CSS for Beginners Course is for
- Beginner developers with no experience whatsoever, OR
- Developers experienced in other languages (Java, PHP, etc.) but not CSS and who want to move into web development
What will you learn in this CSS Basic Course?
Context of CSS – why it is what it is
Most important CSS rules and how to use them
The basics of styling and positioning elements
Changing colour, shape and size
Working with fonts
How to apply CSS to websites
CSS for Beginners will give you the knowledge to get started and move forward. More content is accessed on the web today than ever before. None of that content would be very appealing to customers with CSS – Cascading Stylesheets. Learn how to appeal to your clients with help of this course.
What is CSS? Basis of CSS
CSS allows us to add professional styles to our web projects. It also helps users determine which information is important to them and find it quickly.
CSS: all about boxes
In this course, we’ll be learning about the context of CSS – when and why it was created and how it’s changed since then. We’ll look at an overview of CSS, including its main uses, how it is added to the website, and its primary features.
Anatomy of a CSS ruleset
In the following two chapters, we’ll learn and apply concrete examples of colouring, resizing, styling and repositioning HTML elements.
By the end of this course, you will be equipped with knowledge that, combined with further learning and hard work, can make you a respectable candidate for most CSS developer positions. You can also continue your education with more advanced CSS topics.
Different types of selectors
You can have access to a lot of CSS codes on w3schools.
After finishing this Basic CSS course you can start Mastering CSS – Responsive Design course to really master the CSS.
Anyone can get started on CSS with this course!
- Lectures 29
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 2 hours
- Skill level Beginner
- Language English
- Students 146
- Assessments Yes
CSS in Context
Overview of CSS
Styling HTML Elements with CSS
Arranging Elements with CSS
Additional Resources and Project Files