CSS Course - Free Lessons
This course teaches you the basics of Cascading Style Sheets, or CSS as it's commonly abbreviated.
CSS is a simple standardized syntax that gives web designers extensive control over the presentation of their web pages and is an essential component of web design today.
All you need is a simple text editor such as Notepad and a web browser, e.g. Mozilla Firefox, which is free.
- Writing CSS code
- Writing CSS code, Cascading Style Sheets. Learn about CSS rules, Selectors, Properties and Values.
- Creating style sheets
- Creating style sheets in the HTML document and external css file, import style sheets, adds comments.
- Configuring Fonts
- Configuring Fonts, setting font type, size and font style, setting multiple values in a property.
- Configuring Text
- Configuring text, setting text properties, line and word spacing, letter spacing, text decoration, align, white space, shadow.
- Setting Backgrounds to HTML elements, background image, background properties: color, position.
- CSS Box Model
- CSS course - Box Model, content-box properties: margin, width, height, padding, Min and Max dimensions, overflow.
- CSS Border
- Draw different line styles around elements with CSS border properties, sets border-color, border-style, border-width. Shorten the stylesheet code with border shorthand.
- CSS Outline
- Make the HTML element "stand out" with CSS outline properties, sets outline-color, outline-style, outline-width, outline shorthand.
- Display and Visibility
- Learn how to Display a HTML element: inline, block, or to hide its Visibility in the web page.
- Use the CSS position property to set the position of HTML elements in the web page, fixed, absolute, relative, z-index.
- CSS Float and Clear
- How to use the CSS float property to push the elements horizontally to the left or right. Use "clear" to stop the wrapping effect of the float.
- How to use pseudo-classes to add special effects to some elements of the same selector or class. Various examples with pseudo-classes applied to selectors, classes and form fields.
- CSS Pseudo-elements
- Pseudo-elements (after, before, first-letter, first-line) to style certain aspects or parts of an element without introducing new markup or tags in the HTML document.
- Cursor property - Custom Cursors
- How to control and create Custom Cursors with CSS, use images for cursor appearance.