This is a CSS Crash Course for absolute beginners or for those that want to refresh their memory on the basics of CSS 3.
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A few Notes about this Crash Course
- All you need is a:
- PC or MAC
- Basics HTML knowledge
- Web browser:
- Google Chrome
- Mozilla Firefox
- Internet Explorer
Crash Course Content
- Display Flex
- Display Grid
- Creating a Landing Page using CSS
Writing & Editing CSS
- CSS is Not a Programming language
- Visual Studio Code
- Sublime Text
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a declarative language that controls how webpages look in the browser. The browser applies CSS style declarations to selected elements to display them properly. A style declaration contains the properties and their values, which determine how a webpage looks.
A CSS rule is a set of properties associated with a selector. Here is an example that makes every HTML paragraph yellow against a black background:
“Cascading” refers to the rules that govern how selectors are prioritized to change a page’s appearance. This is a very important feature, since a complex website can have thousands of CSS rules.
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