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The video download CSS Development with CSS3 for Beginners from Class on Demand is a comprehensive CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) course by Zachary Kingston. Starting with the basics and continuing through more advanced topics like CSS Transitions and animations, in this 4.5-hour course you'll learn everything you need to know for website designing. Zack also gives a careful and thoughtful coverage of CSS3.
Note: After purchasing, you will receive a code which allows you access and stream the video lessons directly on Class on Demand's website.
Lessons (Run Time)
Chapter 1: Welcome to CSS
1.1 What is CSS? (5:40)
1.2 Modifying Hello World with CSS (8:59)
1.3 Selectors (14:04)
1.4 The 3 Ways to Use CSS (7:04)
1.5 What is CSS3 (6:35)
Chapter 2: Styling Specific Elements
2.1 Styling Text (16:23)
2.2 Styling Tables and Lists (9:40)
2.3 Styling Backgrounds (9:15)
2.4 The Sliding-Door Technique (Making a CSS Button) (11:58)
2.5 Sprite Sheets and Images (8:10)
2.6 Creating a Drop-Down Menu with CSS (10:24)
Chapter 3: The Box Model
3.1 Introduction to The Box Model (10:03)
3.2 The Content Area (10:29)
3.3 Border and Outline Styling (12:24)
3.4 Working with Margins and Padding (11:10)
Chapter 5: Putting Elements Together
5.1 The Display Property (9:49)
5.2 In-Depth CSS Positioning (10:08)
5.3 Floating Elements (15:07)
Chapter 6: CSS for Mobile
6.1 Testing Webpages on Mobile Devices (7:52)
6.2 Elegant CSS for the Mobile World (22:24)
About the Presenter
Zachary Kingston is a Clarkson University graduate with degrees in Computer Science and Psychology. He hopes to use his diverse set of skills to create and teach technology in a unique, user friendly manner. Based out of Jericho Vermont, he works as a software contractor, exploring his interests in education and entrepreneurial business.
He has written many different software applications using a variety of development platforms. While Zachary was originally drawn to programming for the specific purpose of game design, his formal and practical educations have greatly broadened his appreciation for the discipline. As programming languages continue to become simultaneously more powerful and easier to use, he believes the time is right for computer science to become a core discipline in schools.
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