CSS, which stands for Cascading Style Sheets, is the computer language used to style web pages. Having a basic understanding of CSS is fundamental for any web designer or web programmer!
CSS3 Foundations is our new CSS course specially designed for students totally new to CSS. You will quickly feel confident with CSS3 code, and you will be building real websites and web GUIs in no time!
Learning CSS3 is the foundation to professional web design, web development, WordPress professional, PWA developer for mobile development … and more. CSS3 is a key part of the webstack, and the easiest way to get a high paying job, or start a successful freelance business, is with the webstack.
Module 1 (ch1 and 2): The basics of CSS3. You will quickly learn how CSS3 code is written, and more importantly, the concepts behind the code.
Module 2 (ch3, 4 and 5): Now that you know the basics, we can dive deep into practical and powerful CSS3 where you learn to style your pages with Google fonts, add background images, make this disappear and reappear on the page, learn about the browser developer tools, learn the CSS box model … and easily master it.
Module 3 (ch6+): Jump deep into CSS3, build sophisticated professional level layouts that are responsive (tablet, smartphone and laptop ready,) use CSS to scan browser attributes to automatically change the way the page flows, build fixed and fluid pages … and so much more.
Id just like to say thank you, and how much i am enjoying your tutorials on CSS, HTML and the like. I am only a beginner and would really like to take it further, so thank you very much.
As a beginner, I didn't know really where to start. After almost having completed the course, I have learned pratical skills and understanding of what's webbuilding is about. The way it is presented is great. Thanks a lot.
I enjoyed the course It was clear and well paced. The examples were by and large good. I have a later version of Wordpress and the template was quite a bit different. Thanks
Very good course with alot of informations. Handling of pictures could be more substantial. Sometimes boring repetitions (fileformat, when opening a new picture or design). But in general very satisfactory. A follow-up would be welcome