Modern browsers provide good support for new and existing CSS features but checking for cross-browser compatibility is still important. Review some resources and browser usage in this video.
- [Instructor] Currently, there are a handful…of browsers to choose from.…Browsehappy.com lists the most widely used browsers…and links to downloads to the latest versions.…As a web programmer,…keep in mind that you can't control…which browser your website visitors will use.…So make sure your designs and your websites functionality…are consistent around browsers.…Browsers support used to be a little more challenging…when older versions of IE were commonly in use,…especially IE6 and IE7.…Here's a little illustration on Gizmodo,…showing the browser usage change…between 2008…and 2015.…
As more people upgrade to newer browsers,…cross-browser inconsistencies have become less of an issue.…For up-to-date usage info,…check out StatCounter's global stats…to compare browser usage and other options…such as platform in versions.…You can click on Edit Chart Data…to see all the different options…for comparing usage stats.…The Can I Use website also has browser stats…and it actually uses the information from StatCounter…but it displays the data in a table.…
- Creating a CSS file
- Writing basic selectors
- Setting properties
- Using different typefaces and web-safe fonts
- Understanding cascading and inheritance
- Setting a font family, font size, text color, and more
- Understanding the box model
- Using the float property
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. CSS Core
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