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CSS - Cascading Style Sheet

CSS - Cascading Style Sheet for the Web. With HTML you can create content. CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) are what give your HTML pages their beautiful appearance. CSS is designed primarily to enable the separation of the document content and document format. As a result, we can improve content accessibility, can similarly format two or more documents.

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Topics Covered in - CSS - Cascading Style Sheet

  • 1. What's CSS?
    Let's cover the basics: what CSS is, how it works, and why we separate form from function.
  • 2. CSS Syntax
    Now that you know what CSS is, it's time to learn how to use it.
  • 3. Styling Texts, Links, Lists, Images.
    Change the appearance of all your text and content as you wish.
  • 4. Class and ID Selectors
    It's true that all HTML elements can be CSS selectors, CSS selectors can include more than HTML elements! It's time to learn about CSS classes and IDs.
  • 5. Pseudo-Class Selectors
    You know how to style a link with CSS. But how would you use CSS to make a link one color if it hasn't been clicked, and a different color once it has?
  • 6. The Box Model
    You know how to style a whole bunch of HTML elements using CSS. Now you'll learn how to use CSS to control exactly where your HTML elements appear on the page!
  • 7. Margins, Borders, and Padding
    You've got the hang of displaying elements and how they fit in the CSS box model. Now it's time to fine-tune the position of each box with padding, borders, and margins.
  • 8. Floating
    We can control our display values and our padding and margins, but how do we set the overall positioning of elements on a page? The answer: floats!
  • 9. Absolute, Relative, and Fixed Positioning
    Sometimes floating just isn't enough: we need finer control over how our HTML elements appear on the page. Absolute, relative, and fixed positioning help us do this.