Cascading Style Sheets

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You are familiar with using HTML to design web pages. You have used HTML style-oriented tags and attributes to stylize and design your pages. Cascading Style Sheets, or CSS, is integrated into HTML 4.01 and forms an important component of successful web design. CSS offers great flexibility and ease in designing web pages without code heavy HTML documents. In this course, you will work with properties and styles related to colors, typography, page layouts, customized cursors, links, and forms available in CSS to build an effective web page.
To ensure your success, we recommend you first take the following courses or have equivalent knowledge:

HTML 4.01: Web Authoring, Level 1
HTML 4.01: Web Authoring, Level 2
Controlling Color and Typography:
Create an Embedded Style Sheet
Apply Color
Comment Your Code
Modify Text Styles
Modify Font Styles
Create a Linked Style Sheet
Designing with the Cascade:
Create Class Styles
Create ID Styles
Create Contextual Styles
Target Styles to Elements with Specific Attributes
Create Style Sheets that Cascade
Import Style Sheets
Create Inline Styles
Designing Content Sections:
Control Margins and Padding
Create Borders
Control Element Dimensions
Create Floating Elements
Control Content Overflow
Controlling Layout with Positioning:
Control Layout with Absolute Positioning
Create a Fixed Multi-Column Layout
Create a Fluid Multi-Column Layout
Control Layout with Relative Positioning
Control the Display of Layered Elements
Apply Fixed Positioning
Enhancing an Existing Design:
Customize Cursors
Customize Link Styles
Customize Forms
Work with Background Images
Customize Lists
Create Generated Content
Creating Alternate Style Sheets:
Create Accessible Style Sheets
Apply User-Defined System Fonts and Colors
Create a Print Style Sheet