CSS Tutorials for Beginners and Professionals
Hello Everyone! Here, we are starting a series of CSS articles. In this CSS Tutorials for Beginners and Professional series, we are going to cover all the features of CSS. It will be a beginner-friendly tutorial. All concepts will be covered from basic to advanced levels which will eventually help you to master CSS.
This Tutorial is For whom?
This CSS tutorial is designed for Students, Beginners as well as Professional Web Designers who want to learn CSS from scratch or who want to enlarge their skills in CSS. Here, we provide a hands-on approach to the subject with step-by-step examples that will assist you to learn CSS and put the acquired knowledge into practice. In this CSS tutorial, you will get a lot of CSS examples, at least two to three examples (basic and real-time examples) for each topic with explanations.
What is CSS?
CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. The core idea behind CSS is that it makes your web page look good. Your web page typically consists of HTML. There are no web pages without HTML.
CSS on the other hand is optional because CSS allows you to style that HTML content. It allows you to add colors, shadows, all kinds of visual effects, and position elements differently, so basically it allows you to turn your boring HTML page into an exciting and good-looking website.
CSS was first introduced in 1996, we refer to this as CSS version 1. After 2 years later, we got the CSS version. And the latest version of CSS is CSS version 3.
Do we have CSS Version 4?
No, we’ll never get a CSS version 4 because with CSS version 3, the concept, or the approach toward CSS, towards the development of CSS, changed. Rather than focusing on different versions, they now split up CSS into a couple of modules which are organized by the feature they cover.
So, things like modules on coloring text, modules that focus on shadows, and modules that focus on animations. We’ve got different versions of these modules and new modules and module versions are continuously added in the future simply to keep up with modern developments and to keep CSS dynamic.
CSS Course Outline
You need to have at least some basic HTML knowledge. That’s important because CSS builds up HTML.
What do we expect from you?
We will do our level best to cover all the CSS and its related concepts, but in the meantime, if you have any specific topic in your mind that you want us to cover, then please leave it as a comment in the comment box, and we will definitely discuss that topic(s) in this CSS Tutorials course.
Finally, your valuable feedback is important and means a lot to us. So, if you have a few minutes, then please let us know your thoughts and feedback on this CSS Course.