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Cascading Style Sheets Part II

 

This course provides basic skills in HTML and CSS; and explores the advanced design techniques possible using style. By focusing on practical, real-world examples, it investigates user design strategies that can be applied to almost any site. With a special focus on browser compatibility, the course teaches what's possible - and what's risky - using CSS. The advanced designer gains a real hands-on appreciation for the potential of style-enhanced design.

Take this course individually or as part of a Web certificate program.

Course Outline/Topics

Topics Include:

  • Positioning of objects and texts
  • Layers and z-index
  • Content clipping
  • Controlling
  • Managing browser compatibility
  • Validation of CSS documents and test suites
  • Tables and CSS
  • Style elements in forms
  • Menus and user interface design using CSS
  • The future of CSS

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This program can be applied toward the:

Prerequisites
HTML Part I and Part II and Cascading Style Sheets Part I OR equivalent experience

"Steve is an excellent instructor and quickly picks up on his students' needs. I like his style of using examples to explain difficult topics. "
Student, 2014

"It was an excellent course that I would highly recommend anyone interested in web design to take this course. Steve did a very good job explaining everything and answering questions in between the lecture. "
Student, 2014

  Sessions  
Dates and locations to be announced.
Fee: $324
CEUs: 0.7
  Related Courses  
CSS3 Advanced Techniques
 
Email us with your interest, contact:
Pam Nellen, Program Manager, Business and Technology Programs, nellenp@uwm.edu, 414-227-3208
 

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