Mastering CSS 3.0 Selectors

Empowering your development and design through CSS 3.0 Selectors
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 (386 ratings)
14,680 students
Mastering CSS 3.0 Selectors
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 (386 ratings)
14,680 students
Master all the common ways to work with CSS Selectors
Know how to work with the new Selector types.

Requirements

  • You should be swimming with HTML.
  • Have some background working with CSS. (CSS3 experience not mandatory)
  • Love creating smart things that look amazing.

Description

The ultimate CSS3 Selectors guide. If you’re new to the world of CSS, or want to catch up on the new techniques in CSS2 and CSS3 you just found the perfect course for you. JavaScript/jQuery developers think you will get out of it that easy? Even if you don’t plan to become a CSS developer, knowing the rules of selectors will bump up your capabilities and leverage selectors to create better interactive sites. Become amazing at what you do by knowing the most important aspect of web development and design – the power of selection. By the end of this course you will be a master CSS3 Selector. 

The most important things you will gain by the end of the video course:

  • You will know all the ways to work with selectors making your web design easier and more powerful.
  • Lay down the most important foundation skills to become an interactive developer(such as using jQuery or other selector technologies).
  • Be up to speed with the most cutting edge ways to build websites.


Who this course is for:

  • Web designers
  • Web Developers
  • People who don't want to be left behind (skills upgraders).

Course content

3 sections • 13 lectures • 1h 49m total length
  • The Universal Selector
    05:33
  • Linking and Action Selectors
    06:09
  • CSS2 Attribute Selectors
    14:36
  • CSS3 Attribute Selectors
    07:12

Instructor

Technology Directors
Everything Nice inc
  • 4.1 Instructor Rating
  • 731 Reviews
  • 20,573 Students
  • 2 Courses

With over 15 years of experiences creating online courses we aim to find the niche topics to help you become a great developer. The development strategy behind our courses is to not go in the path of the formulated old school teaching that has intimidated designers and new to development students but instead we aim to speak in common tongue in an aim to simplify concepts (and avoid complex terminologies ) to make learning interactive design accessible to everyone.