1. CSS intro
  2. CSS stylesheets
  3. CSS syntax
  4. CSS Classes & ID's
  5. CSS comments
  6. CSS BG properties
  7. CSS text properties
  8. CSS font properties
  9. CSS list properties
  10. CSS border properties
  11. CSS margin properties
  12. CSS padding properties
  13. CSS outline properties
  14. CSS table properties
  15. CSS dim properties
  16. CSS class properties
  17. CSS position properties
  18. CSS pseudo classes
  19. CSS pseudo elements
  20. CSS shortcuts
  21. CSS media types
  22. CSS summary

CSS summary

CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. It is a language designed to specify the overall appearance of webpages as well as the appearance and structure of the text and elements such as images and buttons on webpages and their layout. Styles can be specified with CSS using internal style sheet definitions which are placed right into HTML/XHTML code or in external files.

The tutorials in this section included information on a variety of CSS topics including creating stylesheets, associating styles with specific HTML elements, setting background & text color, styling lists, setting the width & height of elements, media types, and more.

What's next?

At this point you should at the very least be familiar with building webpages (HTML/XHTML), and styling them (CSS).

Now you can move on to working with dynamic and interactive content and displaying it on webpages - check out our Javascript tutorials or VBScript tutorials to learn how to do that. You could also begin working with more powerful and complex languages and technologies like PHP or ASP. Check out our PHP tutorials and ASP tutorials to learn how to do that.

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