CSS: The Beginners guide
What is CSS?
CSS is a language that helps to portray the content written in HTML or any other Markup Language. The grammatical definition of CSS is Cascade Style Sheet which has evolved from SGML about three decades ago. CSS was developed to style up web documents and allow web developers to create powerful and compelling website.
How CSS works?
CSS can be integrated with HTML can to produce a basic website as well as a complex website. There are two techniques to do so one is internal style sheet where every thing is placed under style tag container.
The second technique that is used more often is external style sheet which is much flexible and extensible
<link rel= “Stylesheet” type= “text/CSS” href= “main.css” />
Where “rel” stands for a relationship and relation ship is style, ‘’type” defines what exactly is the property of CSS there are many different types of CSS files but commonly there is one type used as standard. “Href” like the anchor link is the URL of the style sheet and it’s linking to file in main.css.The main advantage of using external style sheet over internal style sheet is that if you define one function in main style sheet it will be implemented over entire style sheet with uniformity i.e. defining one style that has been used in number of places can be controlled centrally from one place only. Maximum work is done using external style sheets.
What are the things that need to be kept in mind while creating a first style sheet?
When you create a style sheet the first thing you need to do is to create a base style they are also referred to as reset styles as these are the styles that are some times used to build styles well it works as a base which allows users to define every thing here.
It takes cares of every thing the header, the footer, left side, the right side every bit to scratch.
Tools and platforms used to build CSS:
•Jelly Fish CSS
CSS not only allows you to build simple and sophisticated websites but also provokes an enigma in websites that attracts people towards itself.