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CSS3

CSS3 is the second most important language of the internet, behind HTML5. It has the power to transform any webpage into a beautiful design. This course will discuss every singly concept and styling rule that exists within CSS, but will do so with gradually increasing difficulty. It starts off easy, but before you know it you're a CSS master!

Prerequisites: HTML5

The CSS3 Guide

CSS is the programming language for layout and des...

[CSS3] Linking CSS & HTML

Without HTML elements, CSS can’t do anything...

[CSS3] Syntax

Every bit of CSS starts with a selector, which is ...

[CSS3] Selectors

There’s a handful of different selectors ava...

[CSS3] Priorities & Inheritance

When two selectors target the same element(s), we ...

[CSS3] Colours & Units

The majority of CSS properties take numbers or col...

[CSS3] The Box Model

As far as CSS is concerned, all HTML elements are ...

[CSS3] Margin, Padding & Dimensions

By default, every element scales to fit all the co...

[CSS3] Borders

Borders are more important than you think. When mo...

[CSS3] Display

Until now, we’ve viewed everything as a stro...

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