How to Use CSS Tutorial (Cascading Style Sheets)

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CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) are an important facet to quality web development. While your HTML code provides structure to the page it is the CSS code that allows you to create a pleasing design. In this video master trainer Mark Lassoff takes you through the basics of CSS code. This video is designed to be “just enough” to get you started using CSS code.

Mark covers embedded styles sheets in the document head, attached style sheets, styling text, sizing divs and several ever concepts to help you get started with using css code. He will show you how to properly use a CSS selector and a CSS property.

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