Intermediate CSS

Welcome to Intermediate CSS:

Welcome to Intermediate CSS. Let’s begin!

Now as you’ve mastered the fundamentals of CSS, your web pages are overflowing with vivid colors and expressive fonts. As a result, it will teach you how to duplicate the dynamism and visual effects seen on professional websites.

“Without CSS, every website would be ugly.” – The Internet 

We’ll learn about the box model. Which is arguably one of the most useful concepts in CSS to understand without having to write any code. Therefore, it’s the difference between an element taking up 100% of your page’s width and that same element taking up 100% + 2px and behaving erratically.

More selectors, such as pseudo selectors (which work by hovering over an element and causing it to change) and pseudo elements, are covered in the lessons (like adding an HTML element to your page without writing any HTML at all).

We’ll also be working with a lot of positioning in CSS. This is where we take an element and move it around with CSS. We can make entire elements sticky, or make them stick to a specific part of the viewport (the page). We can also simply bump an element to the side a few pixels.

We’ll dive into CSS Flexbox and CSS Grid near the end of the course, which are advanced CSS topics that will prepare you for the next step in your CSS journey: learning responsive web development.

What you’ll learn:

We’ll be working with intermediate level CSS in this course. Which means we’ll get down to the nitty-gritty of what CSS can really do. This is the second step toward being able to write extremely powerful CSS and making your websites look fantastic!

Intermediate CSS course will teach you how to use elegant transitions, create new layouts efficiently, as well as provide your website the flexibility to serve users with various dimensions, browsers, and physical abilities. There are lots of hands-on practice in this course as well.

Helpful Tools:

Here are some useful tools to help you along your journey!

Setting up an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) can be difficult for beginners. The Online Compiler will enable you to run your code inside your browser without the need to install an IDE. If you need a more detailed explanation of a specific topic, the best place to find answers is in the Official Documentation.

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