Constructing CSS rules

Posted by admin at April 12, 2020

Here is an example CSS “rule”: This rule tells the browser to make all text within a paragraph tag blue. A CSS rule is broken into two parts: the selector and the property Selector This is the portion of the rule before the first open curly brace ( “{” character). This is what tells the […]

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Common HTML tags

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There are many HTML tags to choose from depending on what elements you want to structure on your page. You can always look up HTML tags here. However, here is a short list of some of the most common HTML tags, ones you’ll see us use throughout this course. <html> The root element of a document is […]

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What is HTML

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HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) documents are made up of content and tags. These tags describe the content so that the web browser understands the structure of the page. HTML tags typically come in pairs, an opening tag before and a closing tag after content like so: <tagname>     My content </tagname> When these three pieces are combined […]

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What is W3C?

Posted by admin at April 10, 2020

As steward of global Web standards, W3C’s mission is to safeguard the openness, accessibility, and freedom of the World Wide Web from a technical perspective. W3C’s primary activity is to develop protocols and guidelines that ensure long-term growth for the Web. This includes the development and maintenance of CSS. The widely adopted Web standards define […]

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The W3C cheatsheet

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The W3C cheatsheet provides quick access to useful information from a variety of specifications published by W3C. It aims at giving in a very compact and mobile-friendly format a compilation of useful knowledge extracted from W3C specifications, completed by summaries of guidelines developed at W3C, in particular Web accessibility guidelines, the Mobile Web Best Practices, and a number […]

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W3C validators

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For over 15 years, the W3C has been developing and hosting free and open source tools used every day by millions of Web developers and Web designers. All the tools listed below are Web-based, and are available as downloadable sources or as free services on the W3C Developers tools site. W3C Validator The W3C validator checks the markup validity of various Web document formats, such as HTML. […]

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An abundance of Web editors

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While any text editor, like NotePad or TextEdit, can be used to create Web pages, they don’t necessarily offer a lot of help towards that end. Other options offer more facilities for error checking, syntax coloring and saving some typing by filling things out for you. One caveat, you need to make sure that whatever […]

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CSS Grid System.

Posted by admin at April 4, 2020

Turn any HTML element into a grid container by setting its display property to grid. This gives you the ability to use all the other properties associated with CSS Grid. Note: In CSS Grid, the parent element is referred to as the container and its children are called items. Add Columns with grid-template-columns Simply creating a grid element doesn’t get you very […]

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Introduction to the CSS Flexbox.

Posted by admin at March 11, 2020

A website’s User Interface (“UI”) has two components. First, there are the visual elements, such as colors, fonts, and images. Second, there is the placement or positioning of those elements. In Responsive Web Design, a UI layout must accommodate many different browsers and devices accessing the content. CSS3 introduced Flexible Boxes, or flexbox, to create […]

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HTML In single Post.

Posted by admin at March 4, 2020

Introduction to Basic HTML & HTML5 HTML, or HyperText Markup Language, is a markup language used to describe the structure of a web page. It uses a special syntax or notation to organize and give information about the page to the browser. Elements usually have opening and closing tags that surround and give meaning to […]

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