CSS Tutorials

CSS Tutorial (Chapter 15) – Working with Lists

Image style list property This property defines a photo for use as a bullet mark next to the list element. This image is  replaced by a tag specified in the type-style-list property. Example : ul li {list-style-image: url ('images / green-bullet.png'); } ul ol html li {list-style-image: url ('images / blue-bullet.png'); } ul ol css li {list-style-image: url ('images / brown-bullet. png...
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CSS Tutorial (Chapter Four): Work with Lists

Lists in CSS Lists are elements that are very diverse. Including the site navigation section for creating  tab controls . Navigation usually contains a list of links, which has visual features and is not  fixed or dry, we stylize this chapter and introduce the features that are used to work with Lists in CSS. . List-style-type property Using this property, you can define bullets for arranged...
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CSS Tutorial (Thirteenth Session) – Floating elements and vertical alignment

In this session, we introduce the   design of your site with the characteristics of floating elements and vertical alignment: Align Vertical Feature This property is used for vertical alignment of inline elements such as <span>, <img>, <a> and ....  First, you need to know the difference between inline elements and block elements to define this property.  Block elements are e...
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CSS Tutorial (Chapter XIX) – Visibility, Opacity, and Cursor

The meeting   site design will provide you with property visibility, opacity and introduce cursor   Opacity property Using the opacity property, you can control the transparency of an element.  Principle : opacity: <number> Default value: 1 The  value 1 for the opacity property specifies that an element is either totally unclear or dark (matte, opaque, opaque).  And the zero...
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HTML5 Tutorial – Page structure tags

In the second session, we will design the HTML5 site design with page structure tags. These tags, as their name suggests, are used to create a web page structure. In HTML 4, there were two methods for naming tags. 1 Use id 2. use class Which id was used to name unique segments and class was used for style. For example, a website usually has a header, so we used id with header value...
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