Join Bill Weinman for an in-depth discussion in this video Reviewing CSS linking and setup, part of CSS Positioning Best Practices.
CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets.…This is the technology that's used to format and position web pages.…In this first part of our course, we are going to have an overview of CSS so…that we are on the same page and we have a good foundation in the syntax and the…features of CSS in general.…We'll finish off this first part of the course with a good overview of the…positioning techniques, in particular in CSS.…For this part of the course we are going to have our screen setup like this,…with a text editor at the top and a Web browser at the bottom.…
And in the text editor at the top we'll have this style sheet, we'll have some…XHTML, and in the Web browser we'll have that same document.…So here we have XHTML, and it links this style sheet in, using this link statement.…And this is how the link statement works.…It has the link keyword, it has the relationship of the linked document, which…is a stylesheet, it has the type, which is text/css, and it has href, which is the…location of the document, external.css.…
- Understanding style sheets and levels of inheritance
- Learning how to use CSS units of measure in page layout
- Laying out content on a page using absolute, relative, float, and fixed positioning
- Using CSS positioning to place menus, buttons, graphics, and columns precisely on a page
- Using templates to improve workflow
- Creating a full working web site, step by step
Skill Level Intermediate
iOS 4 Web Applications with HTML5 and CSS3with Ray Villalobos3h 26m Intermediate
XHTML and HTML Essential Trainingwith Bill Weinman4h 44m Beginner
1. CSS Overview
2. CSS Positioning Properties
3. Building a Web Site with CSS Positioning
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