WE137

Mastering CSS Style Sheets: Typographical Styles, Positioning and Grids

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  • Duration 2 days
  • Regular fee 895
  • Preferential fee 760?
  • Locations
    • Montreal
  • Laboratory
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Objectives

To provide the knowledge and skills required to build basic Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and attach them to a document or a series of documents, and to master positioning rules in order to develop sophisticated Web pages with predictable results.

Targeted audience

Web designers and developers.

Prerequisite

Practical experience with HTML (Course WE106).

Customer Testimonials

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Mélanie C. / Agente de production Web, Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec

Content

  • The usefulness of style sheets
  • The CSS model
  • Units of measurement
  • The box model
  • Methods for specifying style rules
  • Typographical rules: margins, padding, indentation, fonts, text decorations and style
  • Classes and pseudo-classes
  • Hierarchical rules
  • Developing a simple style sheet for controlling format
  • Rules for various media, including print
  • Creating a style sheet for printing
  • Resolving conflicts between different style rules
  • The div and span tags, and the id attribute, and their use in developing style rules
  • Using selectors in CSS style sheets, and the rules for how they apply
  • Creating hierarchical menus with nested lists
  • Absolute positioning without tables
  • Positioning rules: the differences between relative, absolute, fixed and static
  • Creating a more complex style sheet for controlling the position of elements

DATES*

*Unless stated otherwise, all sessions are in French.
  • Montreal

    October 18 to October 19 2017

  • Montreal

    February 1 to February 2 2018

  • Montreal

    April 25 to April 26 2018

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