CSS is an extremely simple language. It can be summed up in 3 words: selector, property, value. Nothing more, really. This is why some people don’t like CSS at all: because they feel like children playing with LEGOs.
Yup. Explain the basics of CSS to a 9 years old child and he or she will be able to create a website. Not a complex one I agree, but maybe a few pages with headers, links, content, images, and such.
But the fact that CSS is an easy language doesn’t mean everyone is on the same level. Some people use CSS like a chimp uses a fork, some people are okay to good with it, and some people can do magic with it.
Yes, there is lot of things to know about it. One more thing, Its not a programming language. Its a styler with no competitor or alternative.
For more, please go here.!
Styling elements is not only a visual treat, it turns to the nightmare if we don’t tackle simple issues with CSS.
The issues with CSS looks simple on paper, but the problem comes when you experience it…
But a little practice on the same issues will make you more comfortable working with CSS.
Below is the tips for troubleshooting the main and frustrating CSS issues. But a simple prescribe makes you convenient…
Yes, it just a link to other blog post.! But I would like to direct you.
Had you ever wonder about the typical ambiguity scenario between category & sub-category..! May or may not be, But its very rare for a developer to encounter this sort of scenario.!
Just check it.! Once!
When one has multilevel navigation, do you think it crucial to have an actual page for the top-level item? For instance, About > Company, Founder, History.
There isn’t really anything worth putting on the About page that wouldn’t be on the three sub-pages. In the ‘nav’, should About just redirect to Company? Should there not be a Company page and its content be moved to About?
Please go through the below link for further details..!
CSS-Tricks Intermediary Pages in a Site Hierarchy
Hi..! Guys What you think of CSS! Is it a designer tool OR developer tool.
So weird to think ha!?
Just see the post by the former W3C WG member “Lea Verou” post below.
CSS is for Developer
Hi… Guys, just a few days to make me start with the HTML & CSS – needed things