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CSS Complete Guide - Part One

| Gianluca Gabella | Guide e Documentazione
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Years of web design have allowed us to accumulate experience in many languages used to create sites and applications. Among the most widely used, on the front-end side, is CSS (which is not a programming language) but rather a language / set of rules used to define the formatting of HTML, XHTML, XML and similar documents.

A few months ago I had the pleasure of being a lecturer in a regional Front-End programming course, my part of which concerned CSS. I therefore created a training course that started from the basics (rules, selectors, properties, etc.) to more advanced features such as Flexbox.

The course (which unfortunately lasted only 20 hours) does not pretend to be totally exhaustive, or to go into the most technical details, but it can be a good starting point for a neophyte who wants to approach the world of Front-End programming.

The first part can be downloaded below, and is covered by the Creative Commons licence. The other parts will be published in the coming weeks on this blog.



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Corso CSS di base di Gianluca Gabella è rilasciato sotto licenza CC BY-NC-SA 4.0


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