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Introduction to CSS: Text Property Su...

css tag

This post is a handy resource of common CSS properties.

Introduction to CSS: Link an External...

CSS external style sheet

In today’s CSS tutorial, you’ll Learn to create an external cascading style sheet and link it to your HTML pages. We’ll explain why you want to use external style sheets, and even show you another use for the href property you use so often in linking urls. By the end of this lesson you’ll be able to change your site’s design in minutes.

Introduction to CSS: Embedded Style S...

I'm styling with CSS

The next section of our tutorial will introduce you to cascading style sheets (CSS), the sister language to HTML that allows you to style your content. CSS is what makes the web beautiful. It’s the design counterpart to the practical nuts and bolts of HTML. Today you will learn to use CSS embedded style sheets to make changes to the visual appearance of web pages (colors, fonts, text formatting, etc.). Embedded styles are placed in the head section of the HTML page and can affect the entire page. You’ll find out the definition of selectors and declarations as well as the syntax rules of CSS.

Introduction to CSS: Inline Styling

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This lesson is a great introduction to designing web pages and email newsletters using the Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) language. Learning the basic syntax of CSS properties and values will allow you to control the appearance of objects on web pages and email newsletters. You will become familiar with some of the most commonly used CSS properties used to change the appearance of text in just one short lesson. This first lesson focuses on designing fancy email newsletters, using inline styling. The next two lessons show you how to design multiple web pages by placing your CSS properties and values in an embedded or external style sheet.

Introduction to Cascading Style Sheet...

Don't be a dinosaur, use CSS, not HTML, for your styling

Today you will gain an understanding of what CSS is used for, who developed it, and where to write your CSS code. This is the first of a four-part series of lessons about using CSS for web page design.

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