Getting Started with CSS
Get started with one of the core technologies for designing and building websites and applications. In this stage, you'll learn about the evolution of CSS, helpful resources, and how to add CSS to a page.
Selectors are one of the most important and powerful parts of CSS. In this stage, you'll learn the different ways we can target HTML elements with basic selectors.
Understanding Values and Units
Every CSS property has a set of values it can accept. Most properties accept keywords that literally describe a value. Many properties also accept numbers, functions, length values, or a URL. In this stage, you'll learn the common values and units CSS properties accept.
The Box Model
The box model is the basis of CSS layout because it dictates how elements are displayed and how they interact with each other.
In this stage, we'll continue styling our website with background properties and basic layout methods.
Designing with the Latest Features
Today's CSS features are becoming closer to tools we'd normally use in a graphics editor. CSS has introduced many in-browser design features like rounded corners, box shadows, gradients, and more. In this stage, we'll add the finishing touches to our page using many of the latest features introduced to CSS. Then, make sure our page looks good on all devices with media queries.
Now that we've explored many of the core features of CSS, it's time to take this knowledge further by learning important fundamental concepts. In this stage, you'll learn all about the CSS cascade, inheritance, and helpful tips and tools to practice and retain what you’re learning.