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CSS: Beginner to Advanced level

To edit the page on websites in three ways: External, Internal and Inline CSS on different different styles applicable. Every web developers to knows about CSS and responsive design and flexible manner.

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Requirements

  • Required HTML language. Not beginner course, It's advanced level. Designing the page.

Description

 

It is a full form Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) - is a "programming language" that you use to convert your raw HTML pages into beautiful websites.

This covers all the topics - We start at the very basics of this course - (What is CSS? How does it work? How do you use it)? And plunge in deeper and deeper progressively. And we do this by explaining both realistic examples and the philosophy behind them.

 

It may seem easy to get started with CSS, but CSS actually has a lot of depth - so this course offers numerous.

The Basics Track: Start from scratch, from the ground up, learn CSS. You start with lecture 1 and just follow it through to the end.

The Advanced Track: You already understand the basics of CSS, you understand what selectors are and how they work, but you want to dig deeper and learn some advanced features and uses.

The Expert Track: You already have advanced experience, but you want to immerse yourself in stuff like Flexbox, CSS Grid, CSS Variables, or Sass. It's for you this track.

Talking about the course project - we will create a fictitious web hosting company's frontend (no backend). We have a starting screen that has different parts, we have an animated side-drawer with a responsive interface, we have modals and shapes, and we have a lot of CSS animations, font styles and more in general!

Here's the detail in this course –

·         Property, values and decalrations.

·         How inheritance and precision function and why it is called "Cascading Style Sheets

·         Important theoretical ideas such as the "Box Model"

·         How to adjust the default location of the elements

·         Styling backgrounds (for example, gradients) and pictures

·         The units and measurements that you usually use in CSS (px, rem, percent and more)

·         How CSS and JavaScript connect

·         Build sensitive and what "Mobile First" means

·         Styling forms and inputs of type

·         Acting with text, fonts and types of text

·         Using the CSS Grid and how Flexbox varies from it

·         Using CSS, the transformation and animation of HTML elements

·         Writing future-proof CSS with features such as CSS variables or class names for best practice

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