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CSS for Developers

Course Summary

Gives a working knowledge of CSS to web developers and coders who already have a firm grasp of XHTML/HTML and want to take their web sites to the next level.     


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    Course Syllabus

    Introduction
       Welcome 
       Using the exercise files 
       What is CSS 
       What do you need? 
    1. CSS Quick Start
       Exploring a simple document 
       Using an external style sheet 
       Creating your base styles 
       Examining a completely styled page 
    2. CSS Status
       Understanding the three levels of CSS 
       Exploring the limitations of CSS 
       Browser support 
    3. Using CSS
       Examining the three ways to apply style 
       Using the style attribute 
       Using the style tag 
       Using an external style sheet 
       Using the div tag to style block-level code 
       Using the span tag to style inline-level code 
    4. CSS Syntax
       Understanding the parts of a style 
       Using comments and white space 
       Formatting statements 
       Selecting code with class selectors and ID selectors 
       Selecting behaviors with pseudo-selectors 
       Using descendant and attribute selectors 
       Understanding units and values 
       Understanding the content box model 
       Using the content box model with Internet Explorer 
    5. Formatting Text
       Choosing fonts 
       Changing text size 
       Modifying font attributes 
    6. Formatting Images
       Creating and formatting image borders 
       Wrapping text around images 
    7. Using Color and Backgrounds
       Using color properties and values 
       Using background color and images 
    8. Creating Borders
       Using the border property 
       Modifying border styles 
       Using CSS level 3 border extensions 
    9. Formatting Links
       Formatting links using pseudo-selectors 
       Using text decoration to show links 
       Formatting links with sprites and unordered lists 
    10. Positioning
       Positioning content using absolute positioning 
       Understanding the position: Relative property 
       Positioning content using the float property 
       Using fixed positioning 
       Layering content by adjusting the z-index 
    11. Case Study
       Touring the finished site 
       Creating the contact button 
       Creating the menu buttons 
       Creating the column layout 
       Exploring a more complex example of sprites 
    12. CSS Best Practices
       Printing with CSS 
       Supporting separate style sheets for different browsers 
       Best practices 
    Conclusion
       Goodbye 
     

     


Course Fee:
USD 25

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

5 - 6 hours / week

This course is listed under Development & Implementations Community

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