Join Bill Weinman for an in-depth discussion in this video Introducing CSS, part of XHTML and HTML Essential Training.
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CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets and this is the technology that's used for…formatting web pages.…This chapter is about CSS.…It's not intended to be a complete reference on CSS.…It's intended simply to expose you to it and show you what it looks like…and roughly how to use it so that you can apply it to some extent in your own documents.…For a complete reference, there is another CSS course here on lynda.com in addition to…some other more task-oriented courses that cover CSS and many references…available at other places as well.…
So this is not intended to be a complete reference.…It's simply intended to be an overview and to give you enough information so…that you can start to use CSS in your own documents.…This is an example of a document which is rendered without CSS, and this is the…same document with CSS.…You can see we have accomplished the same formatting in both of them, so we can…look at how that's done.…Here is the no CSS version. You will see it has got the background color and…
- Understanding the structure of an HTML or XHTML document
- Creating and using templates
- Controlling white space and line breaks
- Making effective use of tables and frames
- Flowing text around an image
- Formatting tables with CSS
- Creating web pages that work properly across platforms and devices
- Reviewing a case study of a complete web site
Skill Level Beginner
1. Introducing XHTML and HTML
2. Text Tags
3. Image Tags
Using inline images3m 17s
4. Link Tags
9. Creating a Simple Web Page from Scratch
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