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20+ Most Popular CSS Tutorials for Beginners

20+ Most Popular CSS Tutorials for Beginners

I took some of the most popular beginner tutorials in CSS that will help you understand how it works and how to link it with the html. Waiting for your comments.


Text input with background image

In this article we are going to see how to add Text input with background image. We’re now going to see how you can create an input box like the one you see below:

Text input with background image

CSS Basics – The First 5 Steps Towards Mastery

It was about four years ago when I began to study web design. I was taking a college course on the subject and it was nearing the end of the semester. A classmate and myself were partnered up to build a simple website about an imaginary company. After a bit of discussion, we decided that my classmate would handle the graphic side of the site, and I would tackle the HTML.

CSS Filter & CSS Hacks

The way you can fix the difference of the browsers is using CSS Hacks, but many people can’t understand what it is or how to use it… However, i think it’s not to hard to understand it and using it though Web Standards Project doesn’t advise to use it ^^

 

Learning The Basics of CSS Faster Than Ever

So you want to learn CSS huh? Well I can teach it but can you make it stick? My goal here today is to give a CSS beginner a basic understanding of not only how to use CSS but what it really is for. I will do my best to approach the idea of CSS from an entry-level user but I will do so in a matter of minutes.

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Making A CSS Based Calender

With some simple CSS applied to an unordered list, we can quickly and easily make a nicely formatted calender that’s easily lightweight and updated.

 

30 CSS Best Practices for Beginners

CSS is a language that is used by nearly every developer at some point. While it’s a language that we sometimes take for granted, it is powerful and has many nuances that can help (or hurt) our designs. Here are thirty of the best CSS practices that will keep you writing solid CSS and avoiding some costly mistakes.

CSS frameworks

Vertical List Menu

I used to find it hard to find a list menu that was compatible with all the browsers I use without having to use any CSS hacks that’s why when I created this one I decided to keep it and use it as my standard list menu, that way I only have to change certain aspects of the styling to make it look how I want it to look.

Coding Your 1st PSD Tutorial

Load my car sales layout into photoshop (if you haven’t got the layout already made, go here to make it). Once opened in photoshop we will need to assess what were going to need. The layout im using is pretty easy and most of it can be done in css. We will start with the header, select your desired cutting tool and cut out your header, paste it to a new document. Now when i pasted it to a new document i noticed the size 850×151. To make things easyier for ourselfs goto “image > image size” and resize your image.

CSS Navigation Menus

Are you looking to create navigation menus using CSS? Are you looking to use different styles for your navigation menus? This tutorial will teach you how to create different menu styles for a main menu, submenu, and footer menu.

CSS Background Rollover

Looking to add a little style to your image links? Let’s use CSS to add a background color that appears when the mouse hovers over the image. This style can be used on a variety of images but we’ll be looking at adding this style to affiliate buttons.

jQuery plugin: Easy Notification

There are cases and scenarios when you want to deliver a message to your website users and make sure that they will read it or at least notice it. This jQuery plugin will make that task easy for you. In my efforts to code plugins that are easy to use I created a plugin for various notifications. I named it easyNotification as it will soon become part of my Easy front-end framework.

How to create a WordPress theme

BlogHer ’10 workshop on how to create a WordPress theme.

CSS beginner

In this tutorial you will learn how to apply basic CSS (cascading style sheets) to your HTML documents to style and change the colors, backgrounds, fonts, text-sizes and more. All CSS tutorials are based on standards-compliant CSS 2.1 which is supported by all major browsers.

Creating a CSS Template

CSS, an acronym meaning Cascading Style Sheets, is a style sheet language used to style documents written in various computer languages such as HTML, XUL, etc.

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CSS Rollover effect

In this tutorial you will learn how to make an CSS rollover effect.
Most of you saw how this effect looks like. When you pass over a, in this case graphic button,
it changes shape,color,text…
You can use even a javascript to make this effect, but we will do that in CSS.

rollovergraphic.gif

Beginners Guide to CSS

In this guide I’ll be going through how to start out learning CSS. Hopefully by the end of this tutorial you will be much more comfortable using CSS to code websites.

Creatin’ CSS Layout in Dreamweaver, Part One!

Havin’ a tough time with CSS layouts in Dreamweaver? Check out this Ten Ton video series by Geoff Blake. In this tutorial, on how to create layouts in Dreamweaver that make use of absoute positioning and CSS. Enjoy the training!

 

Scrollbar Color

Scrollbar Diagram

Adding color to your webpage scrollbar adds a little flavor to your page. It also gives you the power to match the scrollbar with your website’s design colors!

From PSD to CSS/HTML in Easy Steps

This is the first in our 4 part series on how to take a PSD file and convert it into a fully CSS based html page. These are the first in a series of tutorials in which we build a fully working Photography site, all in clean Xhtml and CSS. All the code, templates and files are available for you to play with, and we encourage you to download and play with what is provided. The design template is licenced under the creative commons licence.

 

PSD Layout

 

CSS borders – CSS tutorial

The CSS border property gives you the option to specify the style and color of the border of an element. With this property, we now can create borders with nice effects, which can also be applied to any element.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About logolitic

I`m a freelancer from Romania specialized in: Logo design, Stationary/Business cards design, Icon design, Vectors and the founder of www.logolitic.com

5 comments

  1. Excellent CSS tutorials.
    New CSS developers can make use of it.

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  2. Many thanks for that facts, were looking several days and nights just for this.

  3. Great tutorials for beginners like me. :)

  4. These are great tutorials! Thanks for the help.

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