Are you ready to begin your journey into CSS Coding? Well, you’re in luck! The links below will give you written and visual knowledge in the language. If you have any questions, please feel free to email me. Happy studying!
If you’re new to web development, some of these questions may have crossed your mind: What is CSS? Do I need to know it for my business? Is CSS coding hard to learn? After reading this tutorial, you’ll…
My article, What is CSS: Explaining the Presentational Layer of a Webpage, gave some foundational knowledge of cascading style sheets. This article will take you further by describing the different methods used to write the language and where to place it.
If you read my last CSS article, you learned that the preferred method for writing your stylesheet is in an external document. In today’s lesson, you’ll be introduced two additional HTML tags and two attributes that you’ll use quite often in your CSS career.
If you worked with HTML coding in the past, you are use to using the <font> tag to re-size, bold, and provide a particular font to your copy. This was a great way to make some of the content on your webpage stand out.
Learn CSS – Part 3: The Font Family and Its Descendants explained all of the font properties used for styling copy for your page. Text properties are different in that it will allow you to add decorations and transformations of your copy.
The previous CSS articles dealt mostly with adjusting copy by underling, bolding, Capitalizing Letters, and many other forms of textual transformations. We now venture into the visual arena of web design. A website looks more pleasing and interesting when images and colors are added and allows the user to take a break from reading.
In the HTML Tags – Part 5: The Table Tag, I showed how a cell within a table can have space and padding inside by using the cellspacing and cellpadding attributes. This article will demonstrate that every element, be it a paragraph tag <p>, HTML Tags – Part 1: The Structural Elements, or the DIVider tag <div>, Learn CSS Part 2: Other Ways to Write CSS, is enclosed inside their own “box” and have the ability to separate itself from the other elements within the document so that it reads better.