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CSS

Ever seen a website and thought “Wow, that’s beautiful”? Chances are that a CSS whiz had a hand in creating it! If you’re interested in visual design, CSS is the perfect language for you. CSS is also great for those interested in front-end web development. It’s an essential tool for styling web content and is used to define the visual appearance of design and layout variations for different screen and device sizes. CSS is a perfect partner for those learning HTML and JavaScript. It’s simple to learn, so you’ll be crafting your own beautiful digital experiences in no time!

What you'll learn

Learn the basics of styling text
Discover how to create CSS styles, how to set different text font sizes, font styles, and colors.
Create boxes and backgrounds
Create styles for box models, such as background color, border, sizes, and more.
Get more advanced with forms and tables
Display complex info in an easy-to-read way, and create an interactive form to communicate with your users.
Get more advanced with elements
Learn how to translate, rotate, scale, and skew elements.
illustration

Blog

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HTML5 and CSS3 Forms: 4 Useful Designs
Forms are widely used as essential website components. It's possible to create any type of form to fit the purpose and goals of your particular site, with HTML5 and CSS3. Each brings a number of great features and attributes that substantially broaden the boundaries of form design. We'd like to share some examples of new, creative, and modern HTML5 and CSS3 forms that are easy to customize and implement.
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CHEAT SHEET: How To Add CSS To HTML
CSS is an invaluable tool for adding style and clearly formatting information to a web page designed with HTML. Far beyond just a simple layout and adding static images, CSS offers options for adding dynamic, user experience-friendly front-end elements that can transform a static HTML page into an interactive application that wows customers and clients. This guide walks you through the basics and essential steps you need to add CSS to HTML for any project.
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How Marketers Use HTML & CSS
HTML stands for “HyperText Markup Language”, and CSS stands for “Cascading Style Sheets”. Together, they tell your browser what to display (content) and how to display it (presentation).
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