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36: CSS Pseudo Elements and Classes | Style Part of an Element | Learn HTML & CSS | HTML Tutorial
 
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CSS Pseudo Elements and Classes | Style Part of an Element | Learn HTML & CSS | HTML Tutorial. In this CSS tutorial you will learn how to create pseudo styling which is used to style part of an element and its state. A really popular example of a pseudo class is the "hover" effect we can create when we place our mouse cursor on top of an element on our website. Link to list of Pseudo Classes: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/Pseudo-classes Link to list of Pseudo Elements: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/Pseudo-elements Link to "Content" property styling: https://www.w3schools.com/cssref/pr_gen_content.asp ➤ GET ACCESS TO MY LESSON MATERIAL HERE! First of all, thank you for all the support you have given me! I am really glad to have such an awesome community on my channel. It motivates me to continue creating and uploading content! So thank you! I am now using Patreon to share improved and updated lesson material, and for a small fee you can access all the material. I have worked hard, and done my best to help you understand what I teach. I hope you will find it helpful :) Material for this lesson: https://www.patreon.com/posts/html-36-download-18304919
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CSS Basics: 3. CSS Selectors, Element, Class and ID
 
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So we just looked at a basic CSS statement and it starts with a selector. So what the hell are selectors, again? Say you are brangelina, and you have a bunch of kids, you wanna dress them for school except only one of them is old enough for school. So first you have to pick the right kid, then dress/style them. That’s what selectors are. Choose which kid you wanna prepare for school. Or since you’re not brangelina, Choose which element you wanna style. It all starts with the selector. There are different kinds of selectors. In our example, we used what’s called an element selector because it targets your styles based on the element type, That’s the most basic selector there is. By using the element type. Like a p tag. Cool? Cool. The problem with element selectors is that you might not want to turn ALL your paragraphs blue. What if you had 3 paragraphs and you only want one of them to be blue? The element type is an identifier but in this case it’s too general. I wanna show you an example. Look at this thing on atom’s website. See these two sections? One of them has a white background, the other one is beige. If you inspect it you’ll see they’re both divs, here they are, so clearly the dudes who made this couldn’t have said oh select all divs and change the background to white or beige. They needed to be more specific. You can select elements based on other kinds of identifiers. Classes and ID. Class is the most common and useful one, in fact that’s exactly what Atom is using. Take a look. They have wrapper class on one, and highlight on the other. If you click on highlight, you’ll see that class has a beige background on it. So let’s do one ourselves. Let’s say you have 4 paragraphs and you want to alternate between dark and light. So dark, light, dark, light. In other words you wanna reuse a style for multiple elements. In this case you can use a CLASS selector. The way you write these in CSS is you write the name of your class, this could be whatever you want, just can’t have spaces and some special characters, say DARK, and you put a DOT in front of it. Why a DOT? Well, I dunno what to tell you. There’s no good explanation why, that at least I know about. It’s just syntax that you have to remember. This tells the browser hey this is a CLASS selector. Then of course you have to add the class to your element in HTML. This means “hey select all the elements that have a class attribute and the value is dark. Let’s try it: DEMO 4 - I’m gonna cover ID selectors too just for the sake of it although we don’t use them much. ID attributes are specific to one element only. If you have a style that you want to apply to only one element, for some reason, you can add an ID to that element (for example: my-blue-paragraph), then use an ID selector in CSS to style it. ID selectors are just like CLASS selectors, except you put a # in front of the name instead of the DOT. That becomes the CSS selector for the element with that ID. So let’s try it. DEMO 3 - The problem with ID is that it’s limited to only 1 element. Remember IDs can’t be shared between elements. So you can’t reuse my-blue-paragraph ID for multiple elements. So those are the 3 basic selectors. Element, Class and ID. “Element” to style the elements of that type. ID to target only one specific element. And Class to reuse for multiple elements. We’ll be using all of them from now on. Selectors can get much much more complicated and they will, but now you know the basics. So next, we’re gonna look at some of our options when it comes to style properties, like color, so far that’s all we’ve used so I’m gonna talk about it in detail. Later, fonts, sizes, background, border, animations, display types, flexbox, where’d everyone go? I was talking.
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css selectors tutorial ( by element , class id ) - HTML5
 
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CSS3 tutorial for selecting elements by element name, class, id and attribute. We use code snippets and clear examples to expiln this important topic in HTML5 + CSS3 - How to style and element - difference between id and class in html - css hooks - difference between inline-styling and css - css How to change background color of an element - css HOw to change font-size of an element - css applying multiple styles to an element Keywords: css li last child css class selector css id selector css attribute selector css select all children css tutorel
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Using inspect element for CSS styles
 
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Learn how to use inspect element for CSS styles. Learn more HTML/CSS in our full course on Khan Academy: https://www.khanacademy.org/computing/computer-programming/html-css
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css position property  tutorial ( fixed, absolute, relative, static )
 
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CSS 'position' property explained . Learn how each fixed, absolute, relative, static value works with simple examples. 1. Static . 0:44 . (the default position, disturbing other elements) 2. relative . 2:00 . (remains in original position, but can be moved around without disturbing other elements) 3. Absolute . 7:35 . (remains in original position, but by default disturbs other elements - initially only) 4. fixed . 13:40 . (remains in original position, but by default disturbs other elements - initially only - also stays fixed on screen when scrolling up/down)
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34: How to Use CSS Position to Move Elements | Learn HTML & CSS | HTML Tutorial | mmtuts
 
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How to Use CSS Position to Move Elements | Learn HTML & CSS | HTML Tutorial | mmtuts. In this HTML and CSS tutorial you will learn how to use the position styling inside your CSS stylesheet. We will be going through all the different position types, including the new "sticky" value. ➤ GET ACCESS TO MY LESSON MATERIAL HERE! First of all, thank you for all the support you have given me! I am really glad to have such an awesome community on my channel. It motivates me to continue creating and uploading content! So thank you! I am now using Patreon to share improved and updated lesson material, and for a small fee you can access all the material. I have worked hard, and done my best to help you understand what I teach. I hope you will find it helpful :) Material for this lesson: https://www.patreon.com/posts/html-34-download-18212958
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JavaScript Tutorial For Beginners #36 - Changing CSS Styles
 
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Hey ninjas, in this JavaScript tutorial, we'll be looking again at the setAttribute method to control in-line styling of our HTML elements, as well as utilizing the 'style' property that all DOM objects have access to. If you have any questions at all, fire away :). SUBSCRIBE TO CHANNEL - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW5YeuERMmlnqo4oq8vwUpg?sub_confirmation=1 ========== JavaScript for Beginners Playlist ========== https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4cUxeGkcC9i9Ae2D9Ee1RvylH38dKuET ========== CSS for Beginners Playlist ========== https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4cUxeGkcC9gQeDH6xYhmO-db2mhoTSrT ========== HTML for Beginners Playlist ========== https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4cUxeGkcC9ibZ2TSBaGGNrgh4ZgYE6Cc ========== The Net Ninja ============ For more front-end development tutorials & to black-belt your coding skills, head over to - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW5YeuERMmlnqo4oq8vwUpg or http://thenetninja.co.uk ========== Social Links ========== Twitter - @TheNetNinja - https://twitter.com/thenetninjauk
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Centering with CSS
 
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I show you 4 ways to center crap with CSS! Woo! Center a div with css. Center an image with css. Center your mom with valium. CSS Basics Series - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLqGj3iMvMa4IOmy04kDxh_hqODMqoeeCy Late Nights with Trav and Los Podcast - http://travandlos.com/ Subscribe on iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/late-nights-with-trav-and-los/id944869246?mt=2 Sign up for my newsletter - http://travisneilson.com/ --- Thanks and credit to these artists, whos work I featured in this video - Tristen Grant https://www.youtube.com/user/tristengrant - Imad Eddine Toubal https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tfc-p-RY55o - Celeste Boadas http://www.celesteboadas.me/ - Rafael Bucker http://bucker.com.br/33110/331348/projetos/impresso-no-brasil
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Using classes to re-use styles - Webflow CSS tutorial
 
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Making manual style changes to each and every element is tedious and time-consuming. And entering repetitive values for hours and then trying to update those values one by one can be frustrating. Classes save styling information that you can ly to as many elements as you want throughout your project. Here we’ll cover: 1. Creating classes 2. Applying classes 3. Editing classes 4. Creating class variants by duplicating classes or by adding combo classes ---------- Get started with Webflow: https://help.webflow.com/courses/getting-started http://webflow.com http://twitter.com/webflow http://facebook.com/webflow
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CSS Tutorial 11 - Styling Unordered Lists
 
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In this video, we talk about how to style unordered lists using CSS, changing things like font color, font family, padding, margins, and the display settings. We also learn how to change the style of the bullet points, as well as how to make lists into navigation menus, which are more accessible to those who may be visually impaired. If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions for this video, or anything at all, please don't hesitate to ask! TechnicalCafe Blog: http://TechnicalCafe.com TechnicalCafe Twitter: http://Twitter.com/TechnicalCafe TechnicalCafe Forums: http://TechnicalCafe.net Jamie's Twitter: http://Twitter.com/Jamiemcg
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Remove all styling with one line of CSS
 
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Happy Friday! To celebrate the coming weekend, let's learn how we can remove all styling from an element with a single line of CSS. We do this with the 'all' property, which does as it sounds, and controls all (or everything). It's as if you selected every single property for your selector. Then, we can reset everything with the 'unset' value, which unsets the values, changing them either to inherit or initial, whichever their default is. This effectively strips all formatting away from your selector and gives you a fresh start to style with. BROWSER SUPPORT all: https://caniuse.com/#search=all unset: https://caniuse.com/#search=unset #fiveminutefriday --- I have a newsletter! https://www.kevinpowell.co/newsletter New to Sass, or want to step up your game with it? I've got a course just for you: https://www.kevinpowell.co/learn-sass --- My Code Editor: VS Code - https://code.visualstudio.com/ How my browser refreshes when I save: https://youtu.be/h24noHYsuGc --- Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/kevinpowell I'm on some other places on the internet too! If you'd like a behind the scenes and previews of what's coming up on my YouTube channel, make sure to follow me on Instagram and Twitter. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kevinpowell.co/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/KevinJPowell Codepen: https://codepen.io/kevinpowell/ Github: https://github.com/kevin-powell
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Styling HTML element tags - Webflow CSS tutorial
 
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In Webflow, HTML tags give us an easy way to control the default styling for a particular element, without creating a unique class. For example, you can define the default styles for all paragraphs by editing the All Paragraphs tag. Adding a class with styles will override these default styles. Here’s what we’ll be covering: 1. Accessing tags 2. Styling tags versus classes 3. Example 1: All H1 Headings tag 4. Example 2: All Links tag 5. Example 3: All Images tag ---------- Get started with Webflow: https://help.webflow.com/courses/getting-started http://webflow.com http://twitter.com/webflow http://facebook.com/webflow
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Pseudo-Classes vs Pseudo-Elements in CSS
 
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In CSS there are Pseudo-Classes as well as Pseudo-Elements. The difference between them is whether or not the content you want to style is actually an existing tag/element. This video talks about all the different available pseudo classes and elements with examples. Code GIST: https://gist.github.com/prof3ssorSt3v3/cf602011d29bef5002959efc54a37b28
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CSS Positioning Tutorial #4 - Floating Elements
 
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Hey ninjas, in this CSS Positioning tutorial, I'll introduce you to floating elements. CSS floats are one of the most powerful and widely used CSS positioning properties, but can be a little tricky to get your head around at first! SUBSCRIBE TO CHANNEL - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW5YeuERMmlnqo4oq8vwUpg?sub_confirmation=1 ========== JavaScript for Beginners Playlist ========== https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4cUxeGkcC9i9Ae2D9Ee1RvylH38dKuET ========== CSS for Beginners Playlist ========== https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4cUxeGkcC9gQeDH6xYhmO-db2mhoTSrT ========== HTML for Beginners Playlist ========== https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4cUxeGkcC9ibZ2TSBaGGNrgh4ZgYE6Cc ========== The Net Ninja ============ For more front-end development tutorials & to black-belt your coding skills, head over to - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW5YeuERMmlnqo4oq8vwUpg or http://thenetninja.co.uk ========== Social Links ========== Twitter - @TheNetNinja - https://twitter.com/thenetninjauk
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CSS video tutorial - 6 - Embedded styles | style tag
 
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Embedded Style: Styles that are placed within the style tag are called embedded styles. We use style tag to place embedded styles. Declaration block: is used to group declarations separated by semicolon in one block, so that more than one styles can applied on a selected element or more than one selected elements. { color:white; // declaration of style rule 1 background-color:black; // declaration of style rule 2 font-size:24pt; // declaration of style rule 3 } Selector: is a string used to select an element or more than one elements to which we want to apply group of style rules. selector { color:whte; background-color:black; font-size:24pt; } p { color:whte; background-color:black; font-size:24pt; } Types of selectors: tag selector, class selector, id selector, and contextual selector. Note: Embedded styles are placed within style tag and style tag should be placed within head tag. Limitations of Embedded Style: If we have many web pages with common styles, then we have to copy paste all embedded declaration blocks to every other web page. That increases the web site size. Increase in code size. Code Redundancy. No maintainability. Time consuming. To overcome this limitation we use external style. ======================================================== Follow the link for next video: https://youtu.be/zCry11BLxAk Follow the link for previous video: https://youtu.be/Kx6nBZuD0tg ========= For more benefits & Be up to date =================== Subscribe to the channel: https://www.youtube.com/chidrestechtu... Like the Facebook fan page: https://www.facebook.com/ManjunathChidre Visit to Chidre's Tech Tutorials website: http://www.chidrestechtutorials.com ========== CSS Questions & Answers ======================== 1. Styles that are placed within HTML style tag are called as ________ a. external style b. inline styles c. embedded styles d. html styles Answer: c ========================================================
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3: Learn About HTML Elements and Attributes | Learn HTML and CSS | HTML Tutorial
 
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Learn about HTML elements and attributes - HTML and CSS tutorial. In this HTML tutorial you will learn about HTML elements and attributes, which are the HTML tags we used in the previous episode. There are many HTML elements available which we will cover later in this HTML course, as we start building our first website. ➤ GET ACCESS TO MY LESSON MATERIAL HERE! First of all, thank you for all the support you have given me! I am really glad to have such an awesome community on my channel. It motivates me to continue creating and uploading content! So thank you! I am now using Patreon to share improved and updated lesson material, and for a small fee you can access all the material. I have worked hard, and done my best to help you understand what I teach. I hope you will find it helpful :) Material for this lesson: https://www.patreon.com/posts/html-3-download-15593003
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9: CSS Text Styling Tutorial | Basics of CSS | Learn HTML and CSS | HTML Tutorial
 
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CSS text styling tutorial | Basics of CSS | Learn HTML and CSS | HTML tutorial. In this HTML tutorial you will learn how to style text using CSS, which is important to make your content stand out on your website, and make it readable to the website visitors. Using CSS to change text is easy, and you will learn to style text in no time. When it comes to styleing headers or paragraphs using CSS, it is done the same way, however there might be a few differences which we will discuss in this video. CSS units list: https://www.w3schools.com/CSSref/css_units.asp Adobe Color Wheel: https://color.adobe.com/ ➤ GET ACCESS TO MY LESSON MATERIAL HERE! First of all, thank you for all the support you have given me! I am really glad to have such an awesome community on my channel. It motivates me to continue creating and uploading content! So thank you! I am now using Patreon to share improved and updated lesson material, and for a small fee you can access all the material. I have worked hard, and done my best to help you understand what I teach. I hope you will find it helpful :) Material for this lesson: https://www.patreon.com/posts/html-9-download-15593539
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HTML5 and CSS 101: Hypertext Markup Language - 18. The DIV element
 
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Additional videos for this title: http://j.mp/Q00110 HTML5 and CSS 101: Hypertext Markup Language  by WickedlySmart Video 18 of 27 for HTML5 and CSS 101: Hypertext Markup Language  We all spend a lot of time visiting websites. It's where we get information, learn new skills (like at MPV!) and do our shopping. A well-designed web site is much like a beautiful house, with its well-planned layout and attractive look & feel that makes it appealing and comfortable. Great web design is what Eric Freeman and Elisabeth Robson are all about! And in this coursethe second course of their multi-part series covering HTML and CSSyou'll start creating your "home on the web", step by step, using nothing but a text editor! Think of a website's wireframe as an architects blueprint: this is where you decide where everything will go and what space it will occupy. Like building a house, it's important to get your website mapped out and diagrammed before you start putting in the all-important contents! Elisabeth and Eric show you the ins and outs of this process and explain all the important things you need to keep in mind during a sites design phase. Next it's time to start adding the details that give your site its unique look: CSS to the rescue! Our web design experts walk you through the writing of your first line of CSS, to give you a taste of what's to come...on your way to creating an awesome-looking and fully functional website! Stay tuned for the next part of this multi-course series on HTML and CSS and be sure to check out our ever-expanding library of web design courses below: More info on this title: http://j.mp/Q00110
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HTML div tag Example and Tutorial using CSS
 
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http://www.LittleWebHut.com This video demonstrates how to use the HTML / XHTML div tag and how to style it with CSS. The examples will cover the basic usage for the div tag and demonstrate the CSS color, text-align, background, float, and width properties.
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Using CSS: styling child elements
 
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Different selectors to style elements inside other elements. Code & tutorials: http://learn-the-web.algonquindesign.ca/topics/using-css/
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CSS Advanced Tutorial in Hindi: Before and After Pseudo Elements in CSS in Hindi
 
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Welcome, all we will see Before and After Pseudo Elements in CSS in Hindi. CSS Advanced Tutorial in Hindi. What are Pseudo-Elements? A CSS pseudo-element is used to style specified parts of an element. For example, it can be used to: Style the first letter, or line, of an element Insert content before, or after, the content of an element CSS - The ::before Pseudo-element The ::before pseudo-element can be used to insert some content before the content of an element. CSS - The ::after Pseudo-element The ::after pseudo-element can be used to insert some content after the content of an element. #beforeAfterInCSS
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CSS video tutorial - 10 - CSS Cascade Vs CSS Inheritance
 
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Cascade vs. Inheritance Cascade: deals with precedence of style rules or CSS properties (i.e. the order in which properties are applied to an html element). It solves conflict situations. Let me ask you a question: What happens when we define set of style rules for a specific tag in external, internal as well as inline styles? The answer is: “rules get’s cascade” When we define a set of style rules for a specific tag in external, internal as well as inline style, then browser creates a virtual declaration list by merging all style rules together by following rules of cascade, and then applies the merged virtual declaration list to specified tag. The rules of the cascade include: 1. Later properties (nearest) override earlier (farthest) properties 2. More specific selectors (less generic) override less specific (more generic) selectors Inheritance: deals with how styles poured down from a parent element to its child elements. Certain properties, like font-family gets inherited. If you set a font-family on the body element, then it will get inherited by all the elements within the body. The same is true for color, but it is not true for background color, border-style,margin or height which will always default to transparent, none, auto and auto. ======================================================== Follow the link for next video: https://youtu.be/WwTIrUrnFPA Follow the link for previous video: https://youtu.be/uIjQeBemGgE ========= For more benefits & Be up to date =================== Subscribe to the channel: https://www.youtube.com/chidrestechtu... Like the Facebook fan page: https://www.facebook.com/ManjunathChidre Visit to Chidre's Tech Tutorials website: http://www.chidrestechtutorials.com ========== CSS Questions & Answers ======================== 1. Which CSS style gets inherited to child HTML elements when applied to parent HTML element? a. border-style b. font-family c. background-color d. margin Answer: b ========================================================
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HTML CSS, Inline CSS, Internal CSS, External CSS   3 Ways to Style HTML with CSS Part 1
 
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HTML CSS, Inline CSS, Internal CSS, External CSS - 3 Ways to Style HTML with CSS Part- 1 Hi All, In this video, I will show how to style HTML page with CSS by 3 Ways. Inline CSS, Internal CSS, External CSS. CSS describe how HTML elements are to be displayed on screen, paper or in other media. Watch and enjoy, subscribe and share if you like. Yogendra Singh Easy contact us form for website without coding Hindi https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wYVI1G7ItqI Free HTML Hindi Tutorial Overview https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzIknQUEZ4o how to use html or php editor hindi tutorial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2t0Y2RSwiWY Common html elements you should know HTML Hindi https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSMwH_Y46J8 #HTMLCSS #InlineCSS #ExternalCSS #CSSinHTML #StyleWebPages
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CSS Tutorial for Beginners - part 1 of 4 - Applying Styles
 
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http://www.LittleWebHut.com How to make a website: CSS Tutorial - Basics. This is the first in a series of videos designed to teach the basics of CSS. This video will show the basic structure of a CSS style and will show 3 different methods to apply styles. This tutorial is based on CSS version 2.1. This is a good video series for those wishing to learn how to make a website from scratch. Whether you're using a basic text editor, or more advance tools like Adobe Dreamweaver, learning the basics of CSS will provide a good foundation to build on.
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CSS video tutorial - 14 - id selector in css | hash
 
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CSS id selector demo: To select tags by their “id attribute value” and apply styles on them we use id selector. Syntax of CSS rule-set / rule: selector { declaration list; } To implement id selector, In place of selector, we write id attribute value preceded by hash(#) symbol. In CSS # symbol indicates ID selector. Syntax of id selector: tagname id=”idattributevalue” #idattributevalue { declaration list; } It selects every html tag which has specified id attribute value and applies styles on them. Example for id selector: h1 id=”solidborder” # solidborder { border: 2px solid red; } It selects every html tag available on the page with a specified id attribute value and applies specified styles on them. You should not specify same id attribute value to more than one tag. (I.e. id attribute value should be unique in the page). If you want to identify an html element uniquely in the page use id selector. An html element should not have list of id attribute values separated by white space. ID attribute value is not only used to identify an html element uniquely and apply styles on it. It is also used access an html element in JavaScript and allows us to add behavior to it. ======================================================== Follow the link for next video: https://youtu.be/6kDzNxr6lTE Follow the link for previous video: https://youtu.be/-cInuzwxg5I ========= For more benefits & Be up to date =================== Subscribe to the channel: https://www.youtube.com/chidrestechtu... Like the Facebook fan page: https://www.facebook.com/ManjunathChidre Visit to Chidre's Tech Tutorials website: http://www.chidrestechtutorials.com ========== CSS Questions & Answers ======================== 1. To select tags by their id attribute value which selector is used? a. class selector b. id selector c. tag selector d. sibling selector Answer: b ========================================================
Styling with inline CSS styles
 
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Check out the full course and get 75% discount: https://l.codingexplained.com/course/vuejs?src=youtube Learn how to style elements with inline CSS in Vue.
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Editing styles across breakpoints - Webflow CSS tutorial
 
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Setting styles on one breakpoint, like desktop, can affect values on other breakpoints. These style values cascade down through different breakpoints—changes on desktop will cascade down to tablet, mobile landscape, and mobile portrait, while changes to mobile landscape will only affect mobile portrait. This cascading nature lies to all styles (e.g., element tag styles cascading down to classes) unless a style is overwritten. In this video, we’ll cover: 1. Adding and changing styles 2. Determining style inheritance 3. Clearing styles ---------- Get started with Webflow: https://help.webflow.com/courses/getting-started http://webflow.com http://twitter.com/webflow http://facebook.com/webflow
Views: 7808 Webflow
Remove Anything with Inspect Element Custom CSS
 
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Learn how to quickly remove any part of your WordPress website using inspect element and writing some custom css and the display none property. Remove elements, images, text, widgets, footer, header, sidebar and more.
Views: 11887 Greg Narayan
Inherit Styles from the Body Element, freeCodeCamp review html & css, lesson 46
 
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freeCodeCamp tutorial, review and help, in this challenge we learn about inheritance. When we apply a style to an element, that style will also be applied to the elements within that element. So when we apply a style to the body, all other elements will inherit the style from it as well.
Views: 1868 We Will Code
Modify Theme CSS with Inspect Element - WordPress
 
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How to edit the CSS on your WordPress theme using Inspect Element in Google Chrome. Learn how to change colors, fonts, widths and more. Make a blog: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cC4XToEP1Xk If you have any questions, just post a comment. Created By: Dear Blogger
Views: 67430 Greg Narayan
css id vs class attributes,  when to use id and when to use class, difference between id and class
 
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css3 id vs class attributes, when to use id and when to use class, difference between id and class in css css benefits of using class over id, css3 benefits of using id over class, html id vs class, css id vs class, html class vs id, css class vs id, The Difference Between ID and Class, id vs class tutorial, difference between id and class tutorial,The Difference Between class and id HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript Tutorials , lessons with examples. Techsith.com id vs class more of a design related question and its a very important one. Overall you will be using more classes then ids. id: think of element that is unique. there is only one id per element. your html validateor would throw and en error if you do use it which means you will not be reusing the same style anywhere else. all the main containers in your HTMLs you should use id because you are not going to repete them . That doesnt mean that you cant use class there. advantage of using is for is as your main namespace. for css this way you can segregate work so your css doesn't messup. for example #leftContainer .button { color:red} which mean all the botton in the left containers are red. class: you can used them freely. any common styles you can define as class. as you can have multiple classes for the same element. and mix and match of the classes will make your css small . for example you can create two divs with same color but diffrent font sizes. Dont forget the attributes. actually id and class are attributes wich special meaning. and you can create your own custome attributes. like myattr. Platforms like angularjs uses them freely. overall i thin its better to use classes then ids especially when you working in a team envirement where you are responsible for a partial html . using id can be riskier if someone else is using the same id in the other part of the html . in css id has higher priority than class for example .....
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HTML video tutorial - 84 - Introduction to css selectors
 
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HTML - Introduction to CSS selectors : Selector is a string used to select elements on the page and apply styles on them. There are 3 most commonly used selectors, they are Tag selector or element selector Id selector class selector tag selector selects tags based on their tag name. id selector selects tags based on their id attribute value. class selector selects tags based on their class attribute value. id selector prefixed by hash(#). class selector prefixed by period(.) or dot(.). id attribute values should be unique in the page. class attribute values can be same for more than one element. ======================================================== Follow the link for next video: https://youtu.be/P2CGjDt8USE Follow the link for previous video: https://youtu.be/hL93pLKLSLs ========= For more benefits & Be up to date =================== Subscribe to the channel: https://www.youtube.com/chidrestechtu... Like the Facebook fan page: https://www.facebook.com/ManjunathChidre Visit to Chidre's Tech Tutorials website: http://www.chidrestechtutorials.com ========== HTML Questions & Answers ====================== 1. Which html attribute is used to name an element uniquely? a. class b. name c. unique d. id Answer: d 2. Which CSS selector is used to uniquely identify an html element and apply styles on it? a. tag selector b. class selector c. id selector d. pseudo selector Answer: c ========================================================
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How to Inject Custom HTML and CSS into an iFrame
 
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Ever been to a site like JSBin, where you can write HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, and then see the results in a panel to the right? An iframe is how we can accomplish this task.
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CSS Tutorial for Beginners - 30 - Block and Inline elements
 
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In this video we take a look at block and inline elemnts.
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CSS Tutorial For Beginners 41 - Block-level Elements
 
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Yo my fellow web ninjas! In this CSS tutorial for beginners we're going to explore what a block-level element is. I've mentioned already that the box-model governs the spacial properties (padding, margin, width, height & border) of all block-level elements, but not yet talked about what a block level element is! A block level element is one which occupies the full horizontal width of its parent element. An in-line element stacks from left to right... IN LINE. Hence the name :P. Box model properties do not apply to in-line elements, but we can set the display types of these elements to inline-block, so that we can control the spacial properties of them too! Anyway, peace out, have fun & keep coding :). LINK TO LIST OF BLOCK-LEVEL AND IN-LINE ELEMENTS - http://www.w3resource.com/html/HTML-block-level-and-inline-elements.php SUBSCRIBE TO CHANNEL - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW5YeuERMmlnqo4oq8vwUpg?sub_confirmation=1 ========== CSS for Beginners Playlist ========== https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4cUxeGkcC9gQeDH6xYhmO-db2mhoTSrT ========== HTML Basics Course ========== https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4cUxeGkcC9ibZ2TSBaGGNrgh4ZgYE6Cc ========== The Net Ninja ============ For more front-end development tutorials & to black-belt your coding skills, head over to - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW5YeuERMmlnqo4oq8vwUpg or http://thenetninja.co.uk ========== Social Links ========== Twitter - @TheNetNinja - https://twitter.com/thenetninjauk
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Basics Of CSS - Tutorial 15 - Using Padding to Style Elements
 
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check out my website for all my tutorials: http://carlsapty.com/ this video is to show you how to use the margin property to move elements around your website. if you would like me to make a video about something specific, drop me an email, or if you have only a small question then i should be able to help as soon as possible! if you have any questions, email me on my website or leave a comment!
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CSS Basics (Part2) — Cascades
 
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Today we look at a few (not all) of the ways that styles "cascade". SPECIAL THANKS to our guest-host Los! www.losmontoya.com ------------------------------------------------- # 1 The first way stylesheets cascade, is that a single style can effect multiple HTML elements. For example, let's say we have a few paragraph tags. Then let's say that we change our mind and we want all of our paragraphs on our website to be red. We can write one simple style to do this. All of the elements that match the criteria of that style rule, will be effected by it. In this case, every paragraph. Notice That our list was not effected. # 2 The second way that stylesheets cascade is similar to the first, but reversed. That is, one html element can be effected by many styles, in different ways, all at the same time. Let's say we write a general style that makes all of our paragraphs have red text, and then later on we target the first paragraph and make it 18px large. It is now both red and 18px large. See? Cascading. # 3 The third way they cascade is what allows us to use the powers of stylesheets to make large scale websites. In this way, one stylesheet can be applied to many pages across a website, or even multiple sites! For example, on my website I have many pages, on all of those pages I have the same header. This is super easy to accomplish with CSS. I just link all the HTML pages to that same style sheet.
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How to Copy Another Site's CSS Using Chrome Developer Tools
 
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Have you ever come across some cooly formatted nugget on the Web and wondered how they did that? Well, you can find out exactly how anything was formatted by using Chrome Developer Tools to not only view the site's CSS but also modify it AND then save the CSS to use on your own site.
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Basic CSS - Use Attribute Selectors to Style Elements - freeCodeCamp
 
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In today's tutorial we continue to learn basic CSS as we use attribute selectors to style elements. Enjoy!
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How to create an awesome navigation bar with HTML & CSS
 
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A tutorial that takes a look at how to create a nice looking nav bar with a cool little hover effect for the nav items, using HTML and CSS. This was the very first video I ever put up on YouTube, and while it's aged well, I've made an updated version that is responsive: https://youtu.be/8QKOaTYvYUA I've put this on Codepen: http://codepen.io/kevinpowell/pen/GrLKNo I start this video off with a quick look at how to actually write the HTML for a navigation bar, follow it up with the simple styling of the navigation with CSS and then wrap it all up with how to add the hover effect in there using some fun little hover tricks. If you want a bit more reading on pseudo elements, this should help: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/::after
Views: 190459 Kevin Powell
Selenium with C# 8 - How to use CSS Selectors in selenium locators? How to locate elements by CSS?
 
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Locating HTML elements using CSS selectors Like our facebook page www.facebook.com/ankprotraining What is a css locator? Locating Element Using CSS Selectors. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a style sheet language How locate the elements in webpage using selenium css selector? 1. * CSSSelector This is a wildcard, which will select all elements in the DOM. usage : driver.FindElements(By.CssSelector(“*”)) Selects all elements in DOM 2. # CSSSelector This refers to Id , which will select all element which is having Id Attribute in the DOM. usage : driver.FindElement(By.CssSelector(“#Email”)) This selector will select a element whose id is Email 3. . CSSSelector This refers to class , which will select all element which is having class Attribute in the DOM. usage : driver.FindElement(By.CssSelector(“. form-control”)). This selector will select a element whose class name is form-control. 4. tagname[attribute=“value”] CSSSelector This refers to particular element with the tagname attribute and value usage : driver.FindElement(By.CssSelector(“input[name=‘Email’]”)) This selector will select a element whose tagname is input, attribute is name and value is Email. 5. ^ CSSSelector This refers to any attribute , which will select the first element, we would use ^= which means ‘starts with. usage : driver.FindElement(By.CssSelector(“ a[href^='/Home']”)) This selector will select a element whose tagname is a, attribute is href^ and value is /Home 6. $ CSSSelector This refers to any attribute , which will select last element, we would use $= which means ‘ends with’ usage : driver.FindElement(By.CssSelector(“a[href$='Training']”)) This selector will select a element whose tagname is a, attribute is href$ and value ends Training 7. Element Element CSSSelector This will select only the descendant element that is preceded by the former element usage : driver.FindElement(By.CssSelector("footer p")).Text This selector will select a p element which is a descendant element of footer tag. 8. Element + Element CSSSelector This will select only the element that is immediately preceded by the former element usage : driver.FindElement(By.CssSelector("h1+p")).Text This selector will select p tag element of preceded h1 tag. 9. Element Attribute CSSSelector This will select only the Attribute. usage : driver.FindElement(By.CssSelector("form[role]")).Text This selector will select the element which is having a role attribute (With or without value). 10. Checked CSSSelector This will select the element which is checked (Check box and radio button) usage : driver.FindElement(By.CssSelector("input[type=checkbox]:checked")) This selector will select the checked checkbox. Possible Interview Questions on css locators How to use different types of CSSSelector? How to select all elements in a DOM using CSS selector? How to select only checked or unchecked check boxes or radio buttons? How to select element by attribute name?
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CSS Basics (Part3) — Selectors
 
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Need a refresh on HTML5 tag attributes? check this clip - http://youtu.be/1SLB-vCqR0g?t=1m30s Great article on the subject of classes and id's - http://css-tricks.com/the-difference-between-id-and-class/ ------------------------------ Notes form the video: The first special attribute is called an ID. It looks like this id="button" The second special attribute is called the class. It looks like this: class="button" Select ID's by using a # #button Select Classes using a . .button Select any html element using its tag name and no characters before it. a (as in anchor) ------------------------------- Putting it together: a style that selects all the elements with a class attribute with "button" looks like this: .button { background: blue; font-size: 18px; }
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CSS Basics: 2. Three ways to write CSS in an HTML page
 
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Before we write any CSS I want you to know... all browsers already have a bunch of CSS in them. The reason why H1 is bigger than P without you writing any CSS, is because the browser comes with a set of default styles. You can see these in Chrome if you just inspect element say on an H1 (so right click, inspect element) and go down to the styles tab. Here they are. I’ll tell you what they mean soon. They might be slightly different from browser to browser. But they do exist. So now that we know that, it’s time for us to write our own styles. There are 3 ways to change the styles of your page. First one is Inline styles. This means within HTML, using an attribute directly added to your elements. I tell you why that’s a terrible idea here. But here’s an example just so you know how it’s done. I take this header tag and I’ll add a style attribute, then I’ll say color is blue. Done. You can see it change but this is bad. Don’t do this. The second way is through actual CSS. Which is a much better idea. You can write your CSS inside a STYLE tag, usually in the HEAD. Whatever you put inside a STYLE tag the browser will treat as CSS. Here’s a basic CSS formula. About 90% of your CSS statements look like this: Selector… {... }... style property… : …. style value…. Sina, what…. the fuck…. Are you talking about? Alright Let me explain. A selector is what part of your HTML you want to style? Which elements.You have the select them first. And we’ll talk about selectors a lot in the next video. There’s all kinds. So for now let’s say a P selector. This will style all your paragraphs with the following styles. Style property is things like Color, Font-size, Background, Border, that kinda thing. So let’s say color which will change the color of the text. COLON. This is almost like the = sign, Style value, for example, red. This is it. You just turned all your paragraphs red. So let’s recap: Select all my p tags, change their COLOR, to RED. That’s it. You can replace any of these three to whatever you want (As long as it makes sense, you can’t say color should be small, or font-size, blue. It has to make sense). So for example: you can instead target all H1s. Or instead of COLOR you can change the BACKGROUND COLOR, and instead of RED, change it to GREEN. So then... it becomes a game of how these 3 things play together and choosing the right combinations. Writing styles in a style tag is alright I guess... but there’s an even better way. Which is to create a separate CSS file dedicated to your styles, and load it into your HTML using a LINK tag. This isn’t a LINK that the user can click on or anything like that, so don’t be tricked by the name. It just means we are linking the HTML to the CSS file. So let’s create a CSS file and move our styles there. DEMO 1 - This is the way we’re gonna do it from now on, because it separates the template (the HTML), from the styles (the CSS). This way things are clean and clear, and you know exactly where to look to find things. And you’ll have 2 small files instead 1 big one, which is hard to navigate, as your site grows. You can also mess around in Chrome Dev tools and manipulate your styles at run-time. Here’s what I mean by that... DEMO 2 - So next we’re gonna look at Selectors and what different types there are. K? BAAAAA
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4 Places To Edit WordPress CSS | WP Learning Lab
 
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Grab Your Free 17-Point WordPress Pre-Launch PDF Checklist: http://vid.io/xqRL 4 Places To Edit WordPress CSS | WP Learning Lab To edit WordPress CSS you first need to know all the places you can find CSS. There are 4 common places. You may not have all these locations on your website because some of them are theme-dependent. The possible CSS locations are: 1. The WordPress theme or child theme stylesheet (this one you have for sure) 2. The theme options panel (this one you may or may not have) 3. A CSS editor on each page and post (this one you may or may not have) 4. Inline CSS applied directly to HTML elements on the page (this one you will have only if you're written it) Let's go through each one. The WordPress theme or child theme stylesheet When inside your WordPress dashboard if you click on Appearance then Editor you will be able to edit theme or child theme files. Usually the style.css is loaded first by default. If it's not loaded find the style.css file in the list of files on the right side of the editor page. When you find it, click on it. That will open the CSS file in WordPress editor. At this point you can make edits to the file and click on the Update button to save your changes. How to actually code CSS is beyond the scope of this tutorial, but you can check out my CSS channel over here (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeFLITjl2v9vtIkftw9UMsw) The danger in editing CSS directly in the stylesheet of the main theme is that what you create may be over written when the theme updates. You get around this problem by creating a child theme (see a tutorial on how to create a WordPress child theme here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z8n1h-85SMQ). The theme options panel Not every theme has a theme options panel, but the ones that do make WordPress CSS so much easier to edit. You can simply add CSS to the CSS box in the theme options and click save changes. The upside is that theme updates won't erase the CSS code you create. A CSS editor on each page and post Some themes, like Avada and Divi, give you the option of insert CSS code right into the individual posts and pages of your website. This is great for CSS that you want to be only one page. I would only recommend doing this if you're putting more than 100 lines of CSS into the page. If it's less than 100 lines of CSS you're better to put into the main stylesheet so you stay organized. If it's more than 100 lines of CSS code that only need to exist on one page then your site will load a little bit faster overall by not loading all that CSS into every page. Inline CSS The last place in our list and the last place you'd want to create CSS code is right in your HTML elements. This is called inline CSS and can be difficult to work with for two big reasons. First, you can't apply the CSS to more than one element at a time. So if you want to style all the paragraphs on the page in the same way you have to apply the same CSS code over and over again to each p tag. This is a pain to administer and will result in larger than needed page sizes. Second, if you add inline CSS to lots of pages it will be come difficult to remember what CSS you applied where. Then trying to find it an make edits will become a pain. Inline CSS also takes precedent over CSS in the stylesheet. So you might be make changes to CSS in the stylesheet, but nothing is happening on the page. You'll go through a frustrating few minutes before you figure out the CSS is actually inline on the page. I hope this information helps you! If you have any questions leave a comment below or ping me @WPLearningLab on Twitter. -------------- If you want more excellent WordPress information check out our website where we post WordPress tutorials daily. https://wplearninglab.com/ Connect with us: WP Learning Lab Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=wplearninglab Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wplearninglab Twitter: https://twitter.com/WPLearningLab Google Plus: http://google.com/+Wplearninglab Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wplearninglab/
Photoshop CSS Update Style Entire Site
 
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Now with the new css update for Photoshop, you can easily style and place all elements of a photoshop file inside of your CSS. If you create a list of div tags inside your html with classes corresponding to layers on a photoshop file, then your whole site will be styled according to specific layers.
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CSS - Upgrading HTML Tags with Style: Creating a Website Made Easy
 
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Lesson on Upgrading HTML Tags to CSS Style from Udemy online course: Creating a Website Made Easy Full course description and 25% discount coupon: http://tharsishighlands.com/online-courses/creating-a-website-made-easy/ Transcript: In this lesson, we will take many of the basic HTML tags and use them as CSS element selectors to upgrade their style. In CSS, the HTML tags are called "elements." BODY First, we start with the [body] tag element (YouTube does not allow angle brackets in description). When you first set up your main CSS file, you typically want to establish the basics for your entire page. These can include, • background-color • background-image • default font-size, color and font-family All of these can be handled in the body element. For example, body { background-color: linen; background-image: url("pix/tree.jpg"); font-family: Vera, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 15px; color: #24425C; } SELECTORS We've already seen a little about CSS syntax. For example, h1 { color: blue; } Each CSS style starts with a selector and is followed by one or more declarations within open and close braces — each declaration being a property-value pair: { property: value } Element selectors select all HTML tags of the same name. For instance, for the [p] tag, p { text-align: center; color: red; } [p]All paragraphs with only the p tag are centered and red. This is a demonstration of how the element selector works.[/p] The ID selector uses the ID attribute of an HTML element to select that specific element. ID is a unique identifier. On any one page, there can be only one of that ID. Also, the ID name cannot start with a numeral. For example, #first_heading { color: red; } [h1 id="first_heading"]This is the First Heading on the Page[/h1] The class selector selects all elements with a specific class attribute. .quote { border-style: solid; border-width: 1px; border-color: #880000; padding: 5px; font-size: 18px; font-style: italic; } Here, we see a class called "quote" which uses larger type, italics and a dark red border. Next, is the HTML which uses that class. [p class="quote"]"There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy."[/p] A class can be restricted to only one element type. For example, p.first { text-indent: 0px; } This can be helpful if all other paragraphs are given an indent. The first paragraph after a heading can be made flush left. We can also use more than one class at a time. For example, [p class="first quote"]"Houston, we have a problem..."[/p] We've already seen how selectors which share property values can be grouped. h1, h2, h3 { color: steelblue; } In the earlier lesson on the Head section, we learned how to link to an external style sheet — a file with sets of selectors and declarations. For internal CSS, you have the same selector-declaration combinations, but set within open and close [style] tags. [head] [style] body { background-color: darkslateblue; } [/style] [/head] And for inline CSS, you have the same selector-declaration combinations within a style attribute. [p style="text-indent: 50px; color: steelblue;"]This is important text.[/p] Multiple Styles Cascade into One CSS statements have a sequence of priority. The lowest priority of style is the browser defaults. Next are the external and internal style sheets in the head section. Sequence matters, so if you link to your external style sheet after the internal style declarations, the external CSS takes priority over the internal. Finally, the inline style declarations take the highest priority. For all style information that uses the same selectors, the highest priority replaces the lower priorities. For example, External: p { color: blue; text-indent: 30px; } Internal: p { color: green; } Inline: p { color: red; } The final style is: p { color: red; text-indent: 30px; } Background: The following properties control the background of HTML elements. • background-color • background-image • background-repeat • background-attachment • background-position Example: body { background-color: blue; } As we've already learned, colors can be specified, • As Hex — like "#00ffff" • As RGB — like "rgb(0,255,255)" • By name — like "aqua" We will learn more about colors and the new CSS3 color specification in a later lesson. Background Image: The default behavior of a background image is to repeat the image both vertically and horizontally in order to fill the entire background of the element with the selected picture. body { background-image: url("pix/sandbaked.gif"); } [...] In the next lesson, we talk about fonts, tables and links. Music: "Acid Jazz," "Darkness Speaks," and "Fanfare for Space" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Still: Clear Creek 5 by ImBooToo via Morguefile.com.
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Basic CSS: Use an id Attribute to Style an Element | freecodecamp
 
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Today we have a basic CSS tutorial on how to use an id attribute to style an Element.
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Basic CSS: Style Multiple Elements with a CSS Class | freeCodeCamp
 
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Today we utilize the css class to style multiple elements as we work our way through the freeCodeCamp curriculum. Please like, subscribe and share this video if you found it helpful.
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#freeCodeCamp : HTML5 and CSS - Front End Development Certification @yamicode.com
 
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freeCodeCamp : Front End Development Certification - HTML5 and CSS * Say Hello to HTML Elements * Headline with the h2 Element * Inform with the Paragraph Element * Uncomment HTML * Comment out HTML * Fill in the Blank with Placeholder Text * Delete HTML Elements * Change the Color of Text * Use CSS Selectors to Style Elements * Use a CSS Class to Style an Element * Style Multiple Elements with a CSS Class * Change the Font Size of an Element * Set the Font Family of an Element * Import a Google Font * Specify How Fonts Should Degrade * Add Images to your Website * Size your Images * Add Borders Around your Elements * Add Rounded Corners with a Border Radius * Make Circular Images with a Border Radius * Link to External Pages with Anchor Elements * Nest an Anchor Element within a Paragraph * Make Dead Links using the Hash Symbol * Turn an Image into a Link * Create a Bulleted Unordered List * Create an Ordered List * Create a Text Field * Add Placeholder Text to a Text Field * Create a Form Element * Add a Submit Button to a Form * Use HTML5 to Require a Field * Create a Set of Radio Buttons * Create a Set of Checkboxes * Check Radio Buttons and Checkboxes by Default * Nest Many Elements within a Single Div Element * Give a Background Color to a Div Element * Set the ID of an Element * Use an ID Attribute to Style an Element * Adjusting the Padding of an Element * Adjust the Margin of an Element * Add a Negative Margin to an Element * Add Different Padding to Each Side of an Element * Add Different Margins to Each Side of an Element * Use Clockwise Notation to Specify the Padding of an Element * Use Clockwise Notation to Specify the Margin of an Element * Style the HTML Body Element * Inherit Styles from the Body Element * Prioritize One Style Over Another * Override Styles in Subsequent CSS * Override Class Declarations by Styling ID Attributes * Override Class Declarations with Inline Styles * Override All Other Styles by using Important * Use Hex Code for Specific Colors * Use Hex Code to Mix Colors * Use Abbreviated Hex Code * Use RGB values to Color Elements * Use RGB to Mix Colors @yamicode : http://www.yamicode.com/ - Yami Code
Use CSS Selectors to Style Elements- freeCodeCamp HTML5 and CSS lesson #9
 
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Lesson #9 Use YouTube with an ad-free browser by Brave https://brave.com/sup471 If you found this video helpful please like and subscribe to support the channel!! https://goo.gl/GiQG5S You are free to check out our Redbubble Store for Rum Ham merchandise!! If you're a fan of cryptocurrency, you might have a use for my site https://alertsforcc.com/ #freecodecamp Where I write about my projects https://supremerumham.wordpress.com/
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