Course Code: 5497

Cascading Style Sheets

Class Dates:
12/20/2018
Length:
2 Days
Cost:
$625.00
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Technology:
Developer
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Overview

  • Course Overview
  • Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is an important component of successful Web design. In this course, you will be introduced to the concepts, techniques, properties, and values of CSS in a sequence that reflects a typical “building up” of design rules. You will first start with colors, since in many cases the colors you use for a site project will be dictated to you by the organization's existing color scheme. Color is also the simplest part of CSS, so it's a great place to get started. You will then learn how to control typography using text and font properties. Typographical styles are important to establish before you get into the layout of content areas because the size and spacing of your text will help define the size of your content sections. You will then explore the layout-oriented styles of CSS, including margins, padding, and absolute and relative positioning.
    Course number: 085501
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Prerequisites

  • Prerequisites: To ensure your success, we recommend you first take the following Element K courses or have equivalent knowledge:

    • HTML 4.01: Web Authoring, Level 1 (Second Edition)
    • HTML 4.01: Web Authoring, Level 2 (Second Edition)
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Course Details

  • Lesson 1: Controlling Color and Typography
  • Topic 1A: Create an Embedded Style Sheet
  • Topic 1B: Apply Color
  • Topic 1C: Comment Your Code
  • Topic 1D: Modify Text Styles
  • Topic 1E: Modify Font Styles
  • Topic 1F: Create a Linked Style Sheet
  • Lesson 2: Designing with the Cascade
  • Topic 2A: Create Class Styles
  • Topic 2B: Create ID Styles
  • Topic 2C: Create Contextual Styles
  • Topic 2D: Target Styles to Elements with Specific Attributes
  • Topic 2E: Create Style Sheets that Cascade
  • Topic 2F: Import Style Sheets
  • Topic 2G: Create Inline Styles
  • Lesson 3: Designing Content Sections
  • Topic 3A: Control Margins and Padding
  • Topic 3B: Create Borders
  • Topic 3C: Control Element Dimensions
  • Topic 3D: Create Floating Elements
  • Topic 3E: Control Content Overflow
  • Lesson 4: Controlling Layout with Positioning
  • Topic 4A: Controlling Layout with Absolute Positioning
  • Topic 4B: Create a Fixed, Multi-column Layout
  • Topic 4C: Create a Fluid, Multi-column Layout
  • Topic 4D: Control Layout with Relative Positioning
  • Topic 4E: Control the Display of Layered Elements
  • Topic 4F: Apply Fixed Positioning
  • Lesson 5: Enhancing an Existing Design
  • Topic 5A: Customize Cursors
  • Topic 5B: Customize Link Styles
  • Topic 5C: Customize Forms
  • Topic 5D: Display and Manipulate Background Images
  • Topic 5E: Customize Lists
  • Topic 5F: Create Generated Content
  • Lesson 6: Creating Alternate Style Sheets
  • Topic 6A: Create Accessible Style Sheets
  • Topic 6B: Apply User-Defined System Fonts and Colors
  • Topic 6C: Create a Print Style Sheet