Learn CSS in One Day and Learn It Well (Includes HTML5): CSS for Beginners with Hands-on Project. The only book you need to start coding in CSS ... Coding Fast with Hands-On Project) (Volume 2)

Learn CSS in One Day and Learn It Well (Includes HTML5): CSS for Beginners with Hands-on Project. The only book you need to start coding in CSS ... Coding Fast with Hands-On Project) (Volume 2)

Jamie Chan

Language: English

Pages: 148

ISBN: 1508917256

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Master HTML and CSS with Interactive Exercises and a unique Hands-On Project

Have you always wanted to learn HTML and CSS but are afraid it'll be too difficult for you? Or perhaps you are a blogger who wants to tweak your blog's design without having to spend money on an expensive theme?

This book is for you.

You no longer have to waste your time and money learning HTML and CSS from lengthy books, expensive online courses or complicated tutorials. Nor do you have to spend money buying expensive website themes. There are tons of free CSS templates online that you can download and modify to build your own website IF you know HTML and CSS.

What this book offers...

HTML and CSS for Beginners

Complex concepts are broken down into simple steps to ensure that you can easily master the two languages even if you have never coded before.

Carefully Chosen Examples (with images)

Examples are carefully chosen to illustrate all concepts. In addition, images are provided whenever necessary so that you can immediately see the visual effects of various CSS properties.

Learn The Languages Fast

Concepts are presented in a "to-the-point" style to cater to the busy individual. With this book, you can learn HTML and CSS in just one day and start coding immediately.

How is this book different...

The best way to learn HTML and CSS is by doing.

End-of-Chapter Exercises

Each CSS chapter comes with an end-of-chapter exercise where you get to practice the different CSS properties covered in the chapter and see first hand how different CSS values affect the design of the website.

Bonus Project

The book also includes a bonus project that requires the application of all the concepts taught previously. Working through the project will not only give you an immense sense of achievement, it’ll also help you see how the various concepts tie together. After completing the project, you will not walk away with just a vague understanding of HTML and CSS. You will have achieved a level of understanding and mastery that enables you to start coding your own website immediately.

Are you ready to dip your toes into the exciting world of HTML and CSS? This book is for you. Click the "Add To Cart" button and download it now.

What you'll learn:

  • What is CSS and HTML?
  • What software do you need to write and run CSS codes?
  • What are HTML tags and elements?
  • What are the commonly used HTML tags and how to use them?
  • What are IDs and Classes?
  • What is the basic CSS syntax?
  • What are CSS selectors?
  • What are pseudo classes and pseudo elements?
  • How to apply CSS rules to your website and what is the order of precedence?
  • What is the CSS box model?
  • How to position and float your CSS boxes
  • How to hide HTML content
  • How to change the background of CSS boxes
  • How to use the CSS color property to change colors
  • How to modify text and font of a website
  • How to create navigation bars
  • How to create gorgeous looking tables to display your data

.. and more...

Click the "Add to Cart" button and download the book now to start learning HTML and CSS. Learn them fast and learn them well.

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used to arrange elements on a page. The idea is similar to putting books onto a bookshelf. Imagine you have a stack of books of varying thickness and height and you need to put all the books onto a bookshelf. In addition, you are not allowed to rearrange the books. That is, the books must be placed onto the bookshelf in the same order as they were in the original stack. To perform this task CSS-style, we’ll start with the top row. We’ll put the books one by one onto the top row, starting from

#box2 to a value greater than 2. 5.       Now, change the height of #box1 to 5000px and the positioning of #box2 to fixed (position: fixed;). Scroll the page. 5. The red box does not move as it uses fixed positioning now. 6.       Change the positioning for #box2 back to relative and the height of #box1 back to 100px. Add the following line just before the

tag in the HTML code at the bottom of the file.

Now add the following CSS declaration to style box3. #box3 {

Column First Column Some data More data

you can set the width of the table columns individually like this: #firstColumn { width: 40%; } #secondColumn { width: 60%; } Text Alignment Text within table cells can be aligned horizontally using the text-align property and vertically using the vertical-align property. The commonly used values for the text-align property are center, left, right and justify. The

Line 6 to 9 defines the second row and lines 10 to 13 defines the third. Depending on how you style the table in CSS, you’ll get a table similar to the one below: Elements Used in Conjunction with CSS There are two special HTML elements that do not have any inherent meaning in HTML. They are mainly used in conjunction with CSS to style a specific section of the webpage. These two elements are div and span.

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stands for ‘division’ and is used to define a division or a

a few tags for defining sections of a webpage. These tags do not do much, their purpose is simply to indicate to the browser and developer which section the content they enclose belongs to.

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The header element defines the top section of a webpage and normally consists of the logo/banner of the website. Do not confuse the header element with the head element. The head element defines all the behind the scene stuff and is not displayed on the page. The header element on the

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