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CSS for Web Design

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Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a versatile programming language that is used to style web pages by specifying how HTML and XML documents should appear. CSS makes it possible to control the presentation of elements on a page, including their color, dimensions, position, and behavior.

This course will introduce you to the basic features of CSS. A series of lab exercises provide you with opportunities to practice the tools and concepts learned throughout the course.

In this course, you will learn:

  • Selectors and declarations to create CSS rules
  • How to write and link an external style sheet to a webpage
  • Colour to page elements
  • Single and multiple classes to style elements
  • Multiple elements including fonts, float, and more
  • Navigation bars
  • Link and user-action pseudo-classes
  • Responsive layouts using Flexbox
  • The importance of inheritance, rule order, and the Box Model
CEUs: 0.3 (contact hours - 3)

Price: $79 (USD)*

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