All the CSS Classes
These CSS classes will help you design great-looking websites. CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets and is the code that controls the layout, look and feel of your site.
This class is the perfect introduction for anyone who is learning CSS. You'll learn about classes, IDs, styles and all the key CSS techniques you need to know.
The Web Developer extension adds powerful web developer tools to a browser. The extension is available for Chrome, Firefox and Opera.
Responsive design is a foundation of the modern web. This class is a beginners guide that explains what you need to know to make your site look great on all devices.
In this class, you'll learn how text can be sized to work across different devices. You'll also see the different ways fonts can be added to your design, introducing popular tools such as Google Fonts, FontSquirrel and FontAwesome.
CSS stylesheets can become hard to manage on large projects. LESS is a solution that developers use to make their CSS much more efficient. As many designers know, stylesheets can become complex on big sites. It can become a headache to manage hundreds or thousands of styles. LESS allows you to use plain CSS, but also add programming features such as variables, mixins, and functions.
CSS stylesheets can become hard to manage on large projects. SASS is a solution that developers use to make their CSS much more efficient.
Zurb Foundation is a very popular alternative to the Bootstrap framework. Foundation is a family of responsive front-end frameworks that make it easy to design beautiful responsive websites, apps and emails.
UIkit is a lightweight and modular front-end framework for developing fast and powerful web interfaces. UIkit gives you a comprehensive collection of HTML, CSS, and JS components which is simple to use, easy to customize and extendable.
Jen Kramer walks you through setting up a HTML and CSS webpage. Learning the fundamental structure concept of HTML layout and CSS styling can help you work with templates in CMS sites, such as WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal.
Learn from the ground up on what Responsive Design is and how to start implementing it in your HTML and CSS. This base understanding, will help you even when working in Content Management systems. In this course, Jen Kramer shows you how to structure your HTML and CSS for different screen dimensions using media queries and how to work with images in responsive design.