CSS - The Complete Guide (incl. Flexbox, Grid and Sass)
.MP4, AVC, 380 kbps, 1920x1080 | English, AAC, 128 kbps, 2 Ch | 20h 42m | 4.65 GB
Instructors: Manuel Lorenz, Maximilian Schwarzmüller
Learn CSS for the first time or brush up your CSS skills and dive in even deeper
Every web developer has to know CSS. CSS, short for Cascading Style Sheets, is a "programming language" you use to turn your raw HTML pages into a really beautiful website. This course covers it all. We start at the very basics and gradually dive in deeper and deeper. We do this by showing you both practical examples and the theory behind them.
Getting started with CSS might look easy, but there actually is a lot of depth to CSS, so this course provides different "Tracks" or "Entry points" to exactly meet your demands and reflect your current knowledge level:
The Basics Track: Start from scratch and learn CSS from the ground up. You start with lecture 1 and simply follow through to the end.
The Advanced Track: You already know the CSS basics, you know what selectors are and how it works, but you want to dive in deeper and learn some advanced features and usages.
The Expert Track: You got the advanced knowledge, too, but you want to dive into things like Flexbox, CSS Grid, CSS Variables, or Sass. This track is for you.
In the course project, we'll build the front end (no back end) of a fictional web hosting company. We'll have a starting screen with different sections, a responsive design with an animated side-drawer, modals and forms, and lot of CSS animations, font styles, and more!
All the code and supporting files for this course are available at:
Style and Approach
This course offers the theory and practical examples - we'll build an entire real course project throughout the course - but there also are multiple assignments, quizzes, and challenges for you to practice individual concepts taught throughout the course.
What You Will Learn
Know the basics of selectors and combinators, and how you set up styling rules in general
Properties, values, and declarations
How specify and inheritance work and why it's called "Cascading Style Sheets"
Important theoretical concepts such as the "Box Model"
How the default position of elements can be changed
Styling backgrounds (such as gradients) and images
Which units and dimensions you typically use in CSS (px, rem, %, and more)
Responsive design and what "Mobile First" means
Styling forms and form inputs
Work with text, fonts, and text styles
Flexbox! How it works and how to use it
Use the CSS Grid and see how it differs from Flexbox
Transform and animate HTML elements with the help of CSS
Write future-proof CSS with features such as CSS variables or best-practice class names
Use Sass and know what it's all about
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