Introduction CSS in Web Development

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Introduction CSS in Web Development

About Course

What you'll learn

 

  • We will improve our knowledge step by step by learning the basics of CSS
  • We will learn to place pages in the easiest way by talking about all layout models in CSS
  • Create a beautiful, responsive landing page for any one
  • It will be much easier to prepare web pages with Grid CSS and Flexbox features
  • You will learn to use basic tags which are used commonly
  • Learn the difference in usage between block level and inline elements in HTML
  • By learning the use of HTML table, you will be able to create different designs of your own
 

What is Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)?

CSS or Cascading Style Sheets is a style sheet language used to style markup language. Markup languages include HTML, XHML, XML, and other XML-based languages. The most common use of CSS is to style HTML web pages. Although HTML doesn't need CSS to function, every web page would look the same without it. With CSS, you can target specific elements in a web page and change the look and arrangement on the page. CSS can make an embedded image small or cover the entire webpage as a background. You can enlarge a heading and apply a specific font to stand out from the rest of the page. Other things you can do with CSS include changing the color of elements, making elements float to one side of the page, and the list goes on. Every web page uses HTML, and every web page that has its unique look uses CSS.

What careers use CSS?

CSS applies to any career that involves web development. Web designers create the templates, mockups, and styles for a website using HTML and CSS that web developers use to build websites. Front-end web developers use CSS with HTML and JavaScript to build front-end web applications that run in the browser. Fullstack web developers create both the part of a web application that runs in the browser and on the server and need to know CSS to make the front-end look good. Content managers may need to know CSS to apply custom styles to articles they publish through a content management system like WordPress. Other job titles that may require you to know CSS include junior web developer, social media manager, website editor, content editor, website project manager, website support specialist, and webmaster.

What skills should I have before learning CSS?

Before learning CSS, you should know the basics of using a computer and how to use a text editor because that is where you will be writing CSS. You should also be familiar with web browsers for browsing the web because it will inform your use of CSS. Since you may end up using specialized tools to write CSS, you should know how to install software on your computer and create and manage files and folders on your computer so you can create a CSS project. Once you have those skills down, the next thing to learn is HTML; after all, CSS is nothing without an HTML page to apply styles. That should be the basics you need to know to get started with CSS.

No prior knowledge is needed!

Why would you want to take this course? 

Our answer is simple: The quality of teaching.

When you enroll, you will feel our seasoned instructors' expertise. 

Video and Audio Production Quality

All our videos are created/produced as high-quality video and audio to provide you the best learning experience.

You will be, Seeing clearly, Hearing clearly, Moving through the course without distractions

 

You'll also get:

  • Lifetime Access to The Course
  • Fast & Friendly Support in the Q&A section
  • Coderzone Certificate of Completion Ready for Download
  • Dive in now Javascript, HTML and CSS | HTML CSS Javascript for Beginners course
  • We offer full support, answering any questions.
  • See you in the course!

Who this course is for:

  • If you want to learn HTML 5 and CSS 3 the first step in web development, completely and easily, you are at the right place.
  • It's perfect for complete beginners with zero experience.
  • People who are willing to make a career in the Web Development
  • Anyone who trying to learn JavaScript but: 1) still don't really understand JavaScript, or 2) still don't feel confident to code real apps
  • Those who want to learn the basics of JavaScript, the world's most popular programming language
  • People who want to learn html css javascript
  • People who want to develop with full stack javascript
  • People who want to learn html css, javascript
  • Anyone who start to develop webside
  • Anyone who want to learn front end web development and webside development

Course content

videoBasic CSS how to apply it in web pages1 m 59 s Start
videoCSS Basic Syntax for Beginners2 m 35 s Start
videoWhat is CSS Selectors4 m 11 s Start
videoWhat are the ways to add CSS7 m 5 s Start
videoHow to select colors for your webpages13 m 37 s Start
videoHow to apply CSS Background and Border11 m 13 s Start
videoHow to select text and fonts for your website8 m 43 s Start
videoHow to debug your CSS in your webpages11 m 47 s Start
videoBox Model in CSS9 m 32 s Start
videoHow to use Position Property11 m 51 s Start
videoHow to use Float Property6 m 39 s Start
videoHow to use Display property7 m 9 s Start
videoHow to use Flexbox in CSS9 m 2 s Start
videoHow to use Media Query9 m 39 s Start
videoHow to Use Bootstrap CSS Framework12 m 52 s Start
videoKick Start Bootstrap and Explain about other CSS Framework13 m 1 s Start
videoHow to use Bootstrap CSS Framework Forms5 m 38 s Start
videoUnderstanding Bootstrap other Components8 m 59 s Start
videoUnderstanding CSS Grid System1 m 36 s Start
videoUnderstanding CSS PPT Presentation Start
videoAll the Example Source codes Start
videoAssignment Start

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CSS Knowledge Base

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Sankar Prakash

Sankar Prakash

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