In this tutorial we’ll learn how to use CSS to style a resort website from scratch. Software required: Adobe Edge Code, Google Chrome Browser.

Description

In this tutorial we’ll learn how to use CSS to style a resort website from scratch. We’ll use CSS properties that allow us to make changes like the font our site uses, adding a full screen background image, centering a web page in the browser window, and using pseudo selectors for styling interactive content like links and forms. We’ll learn how to adjust the amount of space between elements with margins and padding, and how the box model can help us understand how margins, padding, and borders affect the width and height of an element. We’ll also discuss important concepts like understanding the browser and how it applies default styles and fonts, and best practices like using a font stack and web safe fonts. For an additional learning resource, the exercise files contain a Key Web Terms Reference Guide PDF so you can get comfortable with important web design terminology. Software required: Adobe Edge Code, Google Chrome Browser.

Content:

1. Introduction.mp4
2. Setting up our CSS.mp4
3. Changing the size of the text.mp4
4. Changing the font.mp4
5. Understanding fonts for the web.mp4
6. Creating a font stack.mp4
7. Beyond web safe fonts; using externally hosted fonts.mp4
8. Changing hte font weight and using text transform.mp4
9. Using pseudo selectors to style link states.mp4
10. Margins and padding.mp4
11. The box model.mp4
12. The box model in action.mp4
13. Centering web pages in the browser window.mp4
14. Styling tables.mp4

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