Introduction to CSS

Introduction to CSS

English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 30m | 212 MB

Once you have learned the basics of HTML, it’s time to start exploring Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), the language that makes HTML look great in the browser. This course gives you a tour of the possibilities, showing what CSS is capable of doing and the basics you need to make it work for you. Join Carrie Dils as she explains what CSS is and how it works with HTML, discusses authoring options, and covers common CSS concepts such as the CSS box model and how to work with fonts and color. You can watch this course in order from start to finish, or jump around to the specific topics that interest you. If you want to learn the fundamentals of CSS and lay the foundation for working with styles on the web, check out this course.

Table of Contents

1 Time to learn some CSS

CSS Basics
2 What is CSS
3 What are default browser styles
4 What is basic CSS lexicon
5 What are basic selector types
6 What are CSS combinators
7 How does CSS work with HTML
8 What options are available to write your styles
9 How do browsers render styles

CSS Concepts
10 Why CSS reset and normalize matter
11 Working with fonts
12 Understanding the box model
13 Setting margins and padding
14 Working with color
15 Applying borders and backgrounds
16 Understanding the units of measurement

A Closer Look at the Cascade
17 Understanding cascading order
18 Calculating specificity
19 Considering the rule !important

20 Structuring a page with CSS
21 Understanding how flexbox works
22 Understanding how the CSS Grid works
23 Understanding CSS frameworks
24 Creating responsive layouts

Working with CSS
25 Organizing your code
26 Using browser inspection tools
27 Using the Can I use… for a CSS property
28 Validating your CSS with tools

29 Learning more about CSS