CSS stands for Cascading style sheet. You can write CSS code inside
<style> tags, but you would normally write a separate
.css file to keep the website's look and feel separate from the content. CSS follows pre-defined rules to associate styles with HTML tags using selectors. We suggest you start with the following pages to pick up some skills and learn how to use CSS properly. Pick a page that looks interesting to you. If you don't know where to start, move from the first basic skill to the last advanced skill.
Start here if you aren't familiar with CSS:
- What are CSS properties & how to use them
- This article explain CSS basics: the properties and selectors, and how to use them.
- Basic text styling in CSS
- Text styling is one easy application of CSS. Learn how in this article.
- Using CSS in a web page
- Knowing CSS is one thing, but you also need to make it play well with HTML. The article explains how.
Once you get used to the world of CSS, here are some details to explore:
- CSS Reference
- An exhaustive reference for seasoned Web developers describing every CSS property and concept.