Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)

CSS is the standard and preferred mechanism for formatting HTML pages. Conforming with the separation of concerns design pattern and best practice, cascading style sheets provide a central

Intermediate

Created by Lema K Last Updated 22/02/2021 09:34

Free

What's Included

  • 3 Lectures
  • Access on tablet and phone
  • Certificate of completion

What you'll learn

  • At the end of this course, students will be able to
  • Edit, design the HTML
  • Design and build the front end Interface of websites

Course Curriculum

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3 Lectures

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Introduction to Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) 1 Lectures
CSS Syntax 1 Lectures
How to Insert or Add CSS in HTML? 1 Lectures

Requirements

  • Desktop/ Laptop/high end smart phone
  • Any text editor such as notepad ++, atom, vs code installed, browser.
  • Interest
  • Time

Description

CSS is the standard and preferred mechanism for formatting HTML pages.

Conforming with the separation of concerns design pattern and best practice, cascading style sheets provide a central location in which information about what various fonts, foreground colors, background colors, italicization and emphasization should be applied to various HTML elements within a webpage. Cascading style sheets can also control how various parts of a page, such as the header, footer, body, article content, sections and asides, are laid out on the page. This is extremely helpful when content must be laid out in a dramatically different fashion depending upon whether it is being viewed on a desktop, tablet or a smartphone.

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