CSS Specialist: Comprehensive CSS Training
$94.99 Track price
CSS is the foundation of a visually appealing website.
There was a time when web sites didn’t have to look great They were often designed by programmers with little or not design skill. People were forgiving of poor designs.
Now, that has all changed. People expect your web site to not only be functional, but to look great. CSS will give you the ability to completely style your webpage to catch the attention of your audience.
Where do you learn to style your webpage with CSS and impress your audience?
That s what we re here to talk about…
FACT: Strong CSS skills are what separate legit web developers from the hacks.
(…and CSS is an important part of web and mobile developers daily work)
We get the question all the time: I learned HTML, now what?
We don t have to sell you on the idea of becoming a developer. If you re you here, you already know it s one of the most lucrative (and fastest growing) career tracks out there. It s CSS that allows you to set yourself apart from other web and mobile developers. CSS developers:
In other other words, CSS skills are critical to all developers. CSS is essential to almost any development process.
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ronald nats –
The teacher does a good presentation on CSS and explains what to use depending upon the HTML5 layout. He separates the code according to what application is presented and the result is shown via browsers.
Mike Pietsch –
Because Udemy annoys us to rate a course when we start it silly Udemy, ratings are for after completion duh.
Tomas Petr –
Everything was explained in understandable manner on simple examples. But I was missing putting all knowledge together in some bigger project, as programing whole website, where the essential principles of inheritance would be explained in depth. The lack of it makes whole course kind of shallow. Especially the last section, about mobile websites, barely touched the surface.
John McIntosh –
I have learned a great deal, but he makes the same mistake over and over he starts a lecture with something new but doesn’t explain how he got there. I am guessing he is not a teacher but some one who knows how to do it what he is explaining and make an assumption that the students should know.
Grace Roberts –
The lessons were easy to follow, but some of the content is outdated and those methods are not used or preferred anymore. The sound quality is also not the best. But the labs were good and the solution videos were excellent to have.
Rajnarrayan Bose –
David Lewis –
Does a good job of covering basics and going in depth on each feature, but wish there was material included with each lecture so I don’t have to create a new page every time or could follow along with image styling and what not.
Neil Allen –
Rosa Davis –
The information was clearly presented and in a fashion that is easy to understand and follow.
Theodore Abi–Mansour –
Thank you Andrew, it was amazing enough; but if you’d like to add anything to it, I think that additional responsive information will be lovely.
Bernard Munn –
Great beginner course
Barry Heafield –
Nice clear instruction. I feel I know what I’m doing already.
Rosie Burzynski –
Great course and teacher. Many people were commenting that they didn’t like how he would have something already created and then go over what he just did. If you took the HTML5 class before this one, you will understand why he was doing that. I enjoyed this class even though I was following along in Dreamweaver. Some small things are different in Dreamweaver than in Brackets but I was able to figure those out. Not sure what year this class was created either but it was still very helpful!
Long Huynh –
well spoken, good examples, clear instructions, repeat the same message a few times at various intervals.
Eliana Hebrew –
The content was fine but some sections were outdated.
George Sulc –
Excellent course with easy to understand explanations.
Benjamin Boateng –
Thanks to FrameworkTv. The CSS specialist training is a real contributing series. I had a lot of clarifications on css3 implementations especially using animations and transitions and how to integrate css properties in the transition for amazing effects. I encourage all web student to take the course.
Brian Durfee –
This course covers css from the basics to some advanced settings. I highly recommend it.
Leon Wheddon –
Quite basic, instructor insists on using internal stylesheets for quite some time despite it being poor practice, I’ve got a reasonable level of knowledge but felt he glosses over important content or doesn’t cover it at all. Perhaps fine for a beginner but it’s no way comprehensive i’m afraid.