What Is Cascading Style Sheets?
CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets.
Web designers use CSS for attractive, modern, user-friendly, and responsive web page
HTML and CSS work together. HTML is used for page structure while CSS define how HTML
elements are displayed.
We can apply different CSS properties to create unique designs.
In this tutorial we will discuss all about CSS version 3. If you have some knowledge
of HTML elements then it's very easy to understand Cascading Style Sheets.
CSS3 contains many important properties, we use in web designing.
Here is a simple example of an Internal Style Sheet with some CSS properties that can be
easily apply on an HTML element with the help of CSS selectors. Here is an simple example of CSS3 class selector.
<!-- Internal Style-Sheet -->
animation: tdb 2s infinite;
padding:10px 10px 10px 10px;
/*Here we are using a CSS class selector (tdb-class) to
apply these CSS properties on HTML Elements */
The Developer Brains CSS3 Turorials.
There are many other CSS properties which we use normally in our websites.
We will discuss more these important CSS properties and their values in the upcoming