CSS

1. CSS Home 2. CSS Introduction 3. CSS Versions 4. CSS Extension 5. Adv.& Disadv of CSS 6. HTML v/s CSS 7. CSS Syntax 8. CSS Selector 9. Inserting CSS file 10. Class 11. ID 12. Div 13. Font 14. Font-size 15. Font-weight 16. Font-style 17. Font-variant 18. Text 19. Text-color 20. Text-decoration 21. Text-transform 22. Text-indent 23. CSS Color 24. Web Safe Color 25. Background-image 26. Background-repeat 27. Background-position 28. Background-attachment 29. Background-size 30. Background-origin 31. CSS Box Model 32. Padding 33. Padding-top 34. Padding-right 35. Padding-bottom 36. Padding-left 37. Margin 38. Margin-top 39. Margin-right 40. Margin-bottom 41. Margin-left 42. Margin Demonstration 43. Border 44. Border-style 45. Different Border-style 46. Border-width 47. Different Border-width 48. Border-color 49. Border-radius 50. Border-collapse 51. Border-spacing 52. Border-image 53. Border-bottom 54. Border-bottom-style 55. Border-bottom-width 56. Border-bottom-color 57. Border-bottom-left-radius 58. Border-bottom-right-radius 59. Border-top 60. Border-top-style 61. Border-top-width 62. Border-top-color 63. Border-top-left-radius 64. Border-top-right-radius 65. Border-right 66. Border-right-style 67. Border-right-width 68. Border-right-color 69. Border-left 70. Border-left-style 71. Border-left-width 72. Border-left-color 73. Ex.Padding,Border,Margin 74. List Style 75. List Style-type 76. List Style-position 77. List Style-image 78. Dimension Properties 79. Width 80. Max-width 81. Min-width 82. Height 83. Max-height 84. Min-height 85. Grouping Selector 86. Nesting Selector 87. Floating 88. Position 89. Pseudo Element 90. First-letter Pseudo 91. First-line-Pseudo 92. Before & After Pseudo 93. Pseudo-class Selector 94. tag 95. Image Gallery 96. Scrollbars 97. Display Property 98. Cursor Property 99. Caption-side Property 100. Transform Property 101. Interview Question and Answer part 1 102. Interview Question and Answer part 2 103. Interview Question and Answer part 3 104. Interview Question and Answer part 4 105. Interview Question and Answer part 5 106. Interview Question and Answer part 6 107. Interview Question and Answer part 7 108. Interview Question and Answer part 8
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CSS Introduction tutorials

  • CSS, stands for Cascading Style Sheets, is used to style and control the layout of WebPages. This language is used to define the presentation of HTML elements on a webpage. CSS can be used to define colors, fonts, borders, and the layout of a webpage.

  • CSS is simple mechanism for adding Style i.e. fonts, colors, spaces to web elements.

  • CSS is a style sheet language used for describing the presentation semantics (the look and formatting) of a document written in a markup language.

  • CSS is syntax used in the markup languages HTML and XHTML and has limited use in XML documents. HTML and XHTML are the programming languages most widely used and they are supported by most search engines. CSS is used in almost every aspect of today’s website designs.

  • Since the beginning of style sheet usage in the 1970’s, it has evolved through wide-spread study and testing. It wasn’t until the mid-1990’s that CSS was introduced to the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

  • At that time, W3C members became involved in its development, as well. In the late 1990’s, CSS was ready to go LIVE and in December 1996, the syntax became official. Even with the tremendous support from the W3C, Internet Explorer 3 was released in 1996 with very little support for the highly useful style sheet syntax.

  • Three years later, Internet Explorer 5 was released and had a nearly 100% compatibility and support for CSS.

  • Introducing different variations of CSS, such as CSS1, CSS2 and CSS3, aided in weeding out the properties that browsers simply wouldn’t support.

  • Creating a standard for CSS and browser compatibility was mandatory for a successful syntax and style tool. By using variations from all forms of CSS, CSS2.1 was created in late July 2007. However, since changes and clarifications were made, it again went back to Last Call Working Draft on 7 December 2010.

  • CSS 2.1 went to Proposed Recommendation on 12 April 2011.After being reviewed by the W3C Advisory Committee; it was finally published as a W3C Recommendation on 7 June 2011.

  • CSS 3 is divided into several separate documents called "modules". Each module adds new capabilities or extends features defined in CSS 2, over preserving backward compatibility. Work on CSS level 3 started around the time of publication of the original CSS 2 recommendation.

 

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