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Cascading Style Sheets Part I


Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are important for dynamic web pages. HTML 4.0 rules rely on CSS for all stylistic presentation. Web Accessibility Initiative uses them for improving access for those with disabilities. New versions of HTML and XML will continue to use them in the future. Learn how to separate style from structure within an HTML document.

Take this course individually or as part of the Web or Digital Marketing Certificate programs.

Who Should Attend

This class is for intermediate and experienced HTML authors.

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Course Outline/Topics

  • Importance of Style Sheets
  • Syntax
  • Three Different Types of Style Sheets
  • Class and ID Selectors
  • Inheritance/Cascading
  • Introduction to Positioning

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This program can be applied toward the:

Introduction to Internet Architecture and Technologies and HTML Part I OR equivalent experience.

"Class was very well put together and Steve was very helpful. He took the appropriate amount of time for the subject matter that was covered. Looking forward to CSS Part II."
Student, 2013

"I like that you offer the classes on Saturday."
Student, 2013

"What I liked most about this program was the fact that I am able to take something out of this. I am able to put this towards my future and expand on it."
Student, 2013

Sat., Mar. 7, 2015
Location: UWM School of Continuing Education (Click link for directions)
Instructor: Steve Robinson, Senior Web Technology Architect, Omni Resources
Enrollment Limit: 20
Program No. 5071-7447
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  Related Courses  
Cascading Style Sheets Part II
CSS3 Advanced Techniques
For more information, contact:
Pam Nellen, Program Manager, Business and Technology Programs,, 414-227-3208


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