It was not long ago that the web site was buried like an IRS 1040 image, cowering under oppression, except for nasty, nasty tables, shredded fonts and cray-zee in line styles. The pages were bad, heavy to load and run some web designers in a state of complete madness. It was back in bad oil and 56k days. It's hard to imagine that web designers in the late 1990s miss CSS when it came like a child in a basket in the middle of the night. It took more than a decade to really realize that the child was there too.
Style design today is infinitely easier. If this is your first web site, you'd like to think about it as a person. If your site had a body, it would need a skeleton, right? Otherwise, it would be like Gary Larson "Boneless chicken farm", ha? That's where HTML comes in. Like a skeleton, it forms an underlying framework for your cool website. It has a head and body and foot. And some other things too, but in the sense of this article, we allow it simple, ok?
So, HTML is your body, but what defines how you feel like the world? Well, for us humans, it's our skin. Think of all the actions you could use to describe a person: green eyes, clear hair, fresh feet, a little nose, great teeth and a good big smile. She's a real beauty, friend! But for browsers, all this means absolutely nothing, unfortunately. Instead, you must describe how you (drive: "The Creator") intends to have a sexy website to watch the browser. And that's where CSS comes in to help.
CSS is a set of scripts created by a group called W3C, the group has worked well to calculate how the web supports. Well, as you paid well, you know it. Anywho, in the mid 90s, they released CSS to a collected three-person crowd … chirping crickets. No temptation agreed. Not at first, at least. This is great because of these paragons geniuses responsible for Internet Explorer, Microsoft. There is still an awesome browser on Web Design for (ahem) "quirks" and poor browser support (cough, cough) IE6. Shame, Bill.
Still interesting? Cool. Thus, the easiest way to learn CSS and get to deal with how to implement it on your website on the internet. There are many good resources out there but giving you a quick foundation to make CSS a very practical way: There are actually two main ways to write CSS 1. The Lost Way and 2. The Hero Way. We will focus on the hero here because the other way around (directly into the "CSS" line in HTML) is a real pain in managing your web projects. You can thank me later.
You must first create a style sheet. This is easy, just open the editor (under no circumstances buy IDE for this, man!) And create a file. Call something awesome like "myprimary_webstyles.css" (as you progress, you'll have others) and save it to a / css folder on your root. Capiche? Then you need to create your style there. I recommend that you look up a good cheat plate. There are 100s of styles, classes and satellites, each with a special role that is too precise to contain here.
You also want the HTML document open so you can try as Make sure you describe your style sheet in the head of your HTML document. Good advice here: do not expect to be like Kung Fu champion in your first attempt. It will come, but take it easy and play a little , because firstly, you really need to focus on how style is used in the code before you have chutzpa to take a challenge like the Zen Garden.
Source by Marek Schopf