Description

A Verifiable Certificate of Completion is presented to all students who undertake this course. CSS powers the visual side of the internet, and anyone looking for a real understanding of web design must know what it can do and how it works. This Learning CSS3 Tutorial Course simplifies the  standard of cascading style sheets into its most basic elements, and then gradually advances to help you gain a well-rounded understanding to creating layouts and stylistic elements for the web. This beginner-friend CSS3 training course is led by expert Geoff Blake, who draws from his background as a designer to help you see how various graphical elements and settings can work together to form a complete user experience. Because the training is built around CSS3, you'll also learn features that are specific to the newest standard of the style sheets protocol. Get ready to learn layout, layering, typography and special effects in this unique and engaging 8-hour course.   What You Will Learn -How to create complete website layouts using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) according to best-practice professional standards. -How to manipulate and modify onscreen graphical elements within a site, including text, menus, lists, borders, and graphics. -How to enhance a website's appearance with subtle special effects such as drop-shadows and transparency. -How to use CSS in conjunction with standard HTML to develop and enhance pages and sites.   Who Should Take This Course -Anyone who wants more control over the visual appearance of their current websites or ones they are planning to build. No experience is needed. -Anyone who wants to know how HTML and CSS work together on modern pages and sites. -Anyone who has tried working with CSS but found it difficult in the past.   What People Are Saying "I knew some basic HTML but my layouts were flat and boring.  Now that I understand layers and CSS it's a whole different ballgame. Thank you Geoff!" -Marty Self "Coming from a graphics background, these videos helped me learn how to create artwork suited for the web…and even better, how to place them on my site for maximum effect." -Roy Ramirez "Loved the section on special effects and transparency…web design CAN be fun." -Jennifer Blockman