A few weeks ago I was at a web design workshop and saw the instructor start out by saying, “We want you to write a website.”
She pointed to the blank canvas on the screen and asked, “What is your goal?”
I said, “I want to be able to tell my audience what they want.”
That was the beginning of my journey to web design.
This is a quick guide, so don’t worry if you don’t have all the tools you need to build this type of site.
But if you want to learn about web design, you’ll want to dig into this article.
Let’s dive into it!
Getting Started With CSS3 How to write CSS3 code and how to style it for your site.
CSS3 is the newest version of the CSS standard, introduced in 2011 by the W3C.
The new version is a much faster and more flexible way to write and style CSS.
A lot of people are excited about it.
You can download it today from the W4Schools site.
You’ll also want to read up on the latest features in the W1 spec.
It’s a lot easier to get started with CSS 3 than it is with W3.
What’s new in CSS3 CSS3 brings many new features.
The biggest one is the addition of properties.
These are the attributes that the browser understands when it encounters a certain property value.
For example, you can use a
The first time you see this property value, you know what you’re dealing with.
If you’re writing a blog post, you might use
You’ve seen this before.
In fact, it’s so common, that you can type it into the Google Docs web browser and see what it looks like.
A few examples:
Now, if you were to try and use a regular ol’ textarea, you’d get an error message like this: What if you had the ability to set an attribute value using the data-attribute-name property?
You can do that too.
Let me show you an example:
The data-attributes-name attribute lets you specify the name of the value that will be assigned to the data attribute when it’s applied to an element.
This means that you’re able to use attributes like to specify which value is used for an input element.
The first thing you’ll need to do is create an element called article and set its data-type to text/html .
</p Now you can create the following HTML code: That’s it!
You now have a new element, an article, that can be styled with CSS.
Now, lets create a simple template.
I’m using the template for this blog post because the article is a little longer than the title.
I used the