Requirements: No programming experience, at least 12 years old
Duration: 10 hours
Standards: K-12 Computer Science Framework Core Concepts and Practices * Algorithms and Programming - Collaborating Around Computing - Recognizing and Defining Computational Problems - Developing and Using Abstractions - Creating Computational Artifacts - Testing and Refining Computational Artifacts
An Introduction to CSS
CSS makes the World Wide Web beautiful. It is a markup language that you can use to design and layout a web page according to how you want it to appear. You can also use CSS to make a website mobile-friendly.
This course introduces you to the basic things that you can do with CSS. You'll learn the terminologies, syntax, properties, tools, and techniques that make up the core of CSS.
Work with various exercises and problems to accelerate your learning. At the end of this course, you will be able to have control of how you want elements on a web page to appear. Combine your skills in CSS and HTML, and you can make a lot of good-looking things on the web.