CSS is responsible for the beauty of your web application or website.
Since our document had the information we needed, the next thing is to understand how to make it look good. The last thing you want to do is to make websites or web apps that people don’t want to spend time looking at. This is exactly why we are learning CSS next!
In this section, we will start by looking at the basics of CSS, then dive deep and eventually create our own navigation menu with CSS. These lessons assume no prior knowledge of CSS and therefore leave no stone unturned.
If you have some knowledge in CSS and want to enhance it, this is also a good course for you.
- Lectures 13
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 3 weeks
- Skill level Beginner
- Students 26
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes
Introduction to CSS
- What is CSS?
- Implementing CSS in your project
- The Basic CSS Selectors
- Introduction to the Developer Tools
- Understanding Fonts In CSS
- Understanding Colors in CSS
- Adding Comments to your CSS code
- Understanding CSS Backgrounds & Borders
- The Box Model, Margin & Padding
- Styling with Line Heights
- Float & Alignment in CSS
- Understanding CSS Positioning
- Navigation Menu Styling