Getting StartED with CSS

  • Authors
  • David Powers

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xx
  2. David Powers
    Pages 1-38
  3. David Powers
    Pages 85-120
  4. David Powers
    Pages 121-153
  5. David Powers
    Pages 275-323
  6. David Powers
    Pages 325-362
  7. David Powers
    Pages 453-493
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 495-550

About this book

Introduction

Knowledge of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is essential for developing modern, attractive websites, but many beginners are put off by the need to learn about unfamiliar concepts, such as selectors, properties, and classes, before they can achieve anything. Getting StartED with CSS takes a practical approach by showing you how to use CSS in simple stages, starting by changing the default appearance of HTML tags to improve the look of text and links. It assumes no prior knowledge of CSS and avoids bombarding you with unnecessary technical details. At the same time, it explains all the main points and acts as a reference that you can come back to when you need to refresh your memory. More advanced concepts are introduced gradually, so that by the end of the book you'll have a solid understanding of all the main aspects of CSS. Particular attention is paid to avoiding the common pitfalls of beginners, enabling you to create websites that not only look good, but also are easy to maintain.

  • Requires no previous knowledge of CSS
  • Instant results—starts off by showing how improve the look of a website stage by stage
  • Doesn't bombard you with endless rules and jargon

Keywords

CSS HTML navigation page layout time

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