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Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a simple mechanism for adding style (e.g., fonts, colors, spacing) to Web documents. CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) consist of a group of formatting rules that you use to control the layout and appearance of the content on a web page. CSS3 provides powerful features like animation, gradients, media queries, shadows, transitions, the font-face rule and many more.

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Introduction to CSS

  • Objectives
  • Objectives
  • Web Document
  • Why CSS?
  • What is CSS?
  • Style & Style sheets
  • Inline Style Sheet
  • Embedded Style Sheet
  • External Style Sheet
  • Style Sheet Precedence
  • CSS Comments
  • Summary
  • Lab Activities

Working with Selectors

  • Objectives
  • Selectors
  • Type Selectors
  • Class Selector
  • The id Selector
  • Grouping Selectors
  • Attribute Selector
  • Universal Selector
  • Document Structure
  • Descendant Selector
  • Selecting Direct Children
  • Summary
  • Lab Activities

Text Properties

  • Objectives
  • Font-family
  • Font-size
  • Font-weight
  • Font-style
  • Font-variant
  • Text-indent
  • Text-align
  • Overflow
  • Text-transform
  • Vertical-align
  • Visibility, Width, Height
  • White-space
  • Word-spacing
  • Word-wrap
  • Letter-spacing
  • Line-height
  • Color
  • Elements Backgrounds
  • Summary
  • Lab Activities

Padding, Borders & margins

  • Objectives
  • Box Properties
  • Padding
  • Margin
  • Border
  • Summary
  • Lab Activities

Styling Links, Images, Lists & Tables

  • Objectives
  • Pseudo Class Selectors
  • CSS Popups
  • Styling Images
  • Styling Lists
  • Types of Lists
  • List Item Images
  • List-Marker Positions
  • List Layout
  • CSS for Table Cell Alignment and Color
  • Table Borders
  • Table Border Spacing
  • Table Content Padding
  • Style the Caption
  • Zebra Tables
  • Summary
  • Lab Activities

Structures & Layouts

  • Objectives
  • The display Property
  • The float Property
  • How float affects the Parent?
  • How to overcome this issue?
  • The clear Property
  • The Overflow Property
  • The after Pseudo Selector
  • Positioning
  • The top, bottom, left, right Property
  • The z-index Property
  • The Layout Management
  • Summary
  • Lab Activities

CSS3 Selectors

  • Objectives
  • Attribute “Begin with” Selector
  • Attribute “Ends with” Selector
  • Attribute “contains” Selector
  • Root
  • nth-child
  • nth-last-child
  • nth-of-type
  • nth-last-of-type
  • first-child
  • last-child
  • first-of-type
  • last-of-type
  • only-child
  • only-of-type
  • empty
  • target
  • enabled
  • disabled
  • checked
  • Summary
  • Lab Activities

CSS3 Properties

  • Objectives
  • RGBA
  • HSLA
  • Alpha Vs Opacity
  • Box Sizing
  • Background Size
  • Background Clip
  • Background Origin
  • Multiple Backgrounds
  • Border Image
  • Border Radius
  • Box Shadow
  • Text Shadow
  • Text Overflow
  • Resize Element
  • CSS Gradients
  • Linear Gradient
  • The Repeating Linear Gradient
  • Radial Gradient
  • The Repeating Radial Gradient
  • Summary
  • Lab Activities

Transforms Transitions, Animations & User Interfaces

  • Objectives
  • Transition Feature
  • The transition-delay property
  • The transition-duration Property
  • The transition-timing-function
  • The transition-duration property
  • The transition-property Property
  • Using Animation
  • The animation-delay Property
  • The animation-name Property
  • The animation-duration Property
  • The animation-direction Property
  • The animation-iteration-count Property
  • The animation-timing-function Property
  • The transform Property
  • 2D Transform Functions
  • The translateX function
  • The translateY function
  • The translate Function
  • The rotate Function
  • Angle Units in CSS3
  • The rotate Function – Other Units
  • The scaleX() Function
  • The scaleY() Function
  • The scale() Function
  • The skewX() Function
  • The skewX Vs Rotate Function
  • The skewY() Function
  • The skew() Function
  • The matrix Function
  • Summary
  • Lab Activities

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CSS3 Specification

CSS3 Mozilla Developer Guide

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