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CSS Tutorial for Beginners - 05 - Inheritance and overriding
 
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In this video we go over how inheritance works in CSS
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CSS Tutorial For Beginners 11 - Inheritance
 
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Yo everyone! In this CSS tutorial for beginners I'll go through exactly what inheritance in CSS is, and how it works with conflicts. Be aware of the sneaky browser styles that can scupper your inherited styles ninjas. Keep coding :) SUBSCRIBE TO CHANNEL - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW5YeuERMmlnqo4oq8vwUpg?sub_confirmation=1 ========== CSS for Beginners Playlist ========== https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4cUxeGkcC9gQeDH6xYhmO-db2mhoTSrT ========== HTML Basics Course ========== https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4cUxeGkcC9ibZ2TSBaGGNrgh4ZgYE6Cc ========== The Net Ninja ============ For more front-end development tutorials & to black-belt your coding skills, head over to - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW5YeuERMmlnqo4oq8vwUpg or http://thenetninja.co.uk ========== Social Links ========== Twitter - @TheNetNinja - https://twitter.com/thenetninjauk
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Use a CSS Class to Style an Element, freeCodeCamp review html & css
 
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This challenge introduces CSS classes. A class allows you to specify which elements you want to receive certain styles. This comes in handy when you do not want to apply the same style to like elements. For example, you might want to apply a style to your first heading tag and to your first paragraph tag. And a different style to your second heading tag, and paragraph tag. You can give the first 2 tags the same class which contains the specific style you want applied. While the next heading and paragraph can have a different style applied through their specific class. Class names are created by you, so give them good ones.
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CSS Specificity explained
 
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A look into CSS specificity, from how it's calculated, from tags, classes, IDs, and inline styles, as well as how !important comes into it, as well as advice on how to avoid running into specificity wars! Specificity, other than a word that I have a ton of troule saying, is something that not enough new developers understand, and it can lead to some really bad habits. Understanding how it works both makes your life easier, and leads to better code overall! --- My Code Editor: VS Code - https://code.visualstudio.com/ How my browser refreshes when I save: https://youtu.be/h24noHYsuGc --- Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/kevinpowell I'm on some other places on the internet too! If you'd like a behind the scenes and previews of what's coming up on my YouTube channel, make sure to follow me on Instagram and Twitter. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kevinpowell.co/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/KevinJPowell Codepen: https://codepen.io/kevinpowell/ Github: https://github.com/kevin-powell
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css position property  tutorial ( fixed, absolute, relative, static )
 
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CSS 'position' property explained . Learn how each fixed, absolute, relative, static value works with simple examples. 1. Static . 0:44 . (the default position, disturbing other elements) 2. relative . 2:00 . (remains in original position, but can be moved around without disturbing other elements) 3. Absolute . 7:35 . (remains in original position, but by default disturbs other elements - initially only) 4. fixed . 13:40 . (remains in original position, but by default disturbs other elements - initially only - also stays fixed on screen when scrolling up/down)
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Remove all styling with one line of CSS
 
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Happy Friday! To celebrate the coming weekend, let's learn how we can remove all styling from an element with a single line of CSS. We do this with the 'all' property, which does as it sounds, and controls all (or everything). It's as if you selected every single property for your selector. Then, we can reset everything with the 'unset' value, which unsets the values, changing them either to inherit or initial, whichever their default is. This effectively strips all formatting away from your selector and gives you a fresh start to style with. BROWSER SUPPORT all: https://caniuse.com/#search=all unset: https://caniuse.com/#search=unset #fiveminutefriday --- I have a newsletter! https://www.kevinpowell.co/newsletter New to Sass, or want to step up your game with it? I've got a course just for you: https://www.kevinpowell.co/learn-sass --- My Code Editor: VS Code - https://code.visualstudio.com/ How my browser refreshes when I save: https://youtu.be/h24noHYsuGc --- Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/kevinpowell I'm on some other places on the internet too! If you'd like a behind the scenes and previews of what's coming up on my YouTube channel, make sure to follow me on Instagram and Twitter. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kevinpowell.co/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/KevinJPowell Codepen: https://codepen.io/kevinpowell/ Github: https://github.com/kevin-powell
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How CSS Inheritance Works
 
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Can you explain how CSS inheritance works? CSS is cascading style sheets. CSS inheritance is when the CSS style selected sets values inherited by all the other properties. So it flows down like variables that inherit properties from other variables. Kind of, yeah. But when you look at the properties for the background on the webpage, the color doesn’t say “blue” but “inherited”. That’s where the CSS style sheet determines all the details of the web page. Not all of them, but many of them. The style sheet makes things easier by dictating the background color, font types, spacing and borders of all the pages so you don’t have to do it manually. And the property inheritance is where it is all filled in automatically, instead of manually. If only the legal software we tried to use would be that easy. No, lawyers won’t let you make it easy – they make sure the law is complex to ensure their continued employment. It is interesting that IT developers did not do that. Web developers pushed standards in IT and internet design to simplify their lives, to make websites and their interfaces as plug and play as their Ethernet cables. So that’s where Cascading Style Sheets came from. CSS is mandated by the HTML5 standard, which gets rid of Silverlight and Adobe Flash to play videos. It gets replaced by a video element. That’s good if there is one less thing I can blame a website crash on, unless I’m the one who created it. What controls the elements, since I know they can change? Cascading style sheets determines which properties can modify an element, the three being importance, specificity and source order. The style sheet gives each one of these weight and then modifies the style based on that. I know the properties can be modified based on the type of device you’re on, reducing image sizes and increasing text sizes when it realizes you’re reading the page on a mobile device. Not all properties get inherited. For example, background images are not inherited, though font and body elements are. Yeah, you don’t need all the cute cat pictures showing up when reading the DCMA notice page. Every element in the HTML document can inherit properties from the parent except for root. Root elements can’t inherit because they don’t have an orphan. Root level everything is the odd one out in web design. Then again, root level is all powerful, because it doesn’t have any parents telling it what to do. What defines the importance of the style sheet element, aside from the “Oh, I love that shade of blue!” Importance of an element’s settings can come from the browser’s default style sheet, user’s browser options and the CSS provided by the page. You might think size 10 font is perfect on that page, but if I demand bigger text for readability, I get it. And when the browser can’t handle the fancy settings, it can throw everything back to default HTML settings and ignore the cascading style sheet altogether. Some people don’t have style. Some people don’t want to have to see the style, like viewing things on ultra-slow connections or dealing with limited vision so turn off all the colors and distractions. There are still over a million people or two using AOL from the 1990s. At least with CSS, you can make sure that your website is visible to them and everyone else.
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CSS video tutorial - 10 - CSS Cascade Vs CSS Inheritance
 
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CSS video tutorial - 10 - CSS Cascade Vs CSS Inheritance Cascade vs. Inheritance Cascade: deals with precedence of style rules or CSS properties (i.e. the order in which properties are applied to an html element). It solves conflict situations. Let me ask you a question: What happens when we define set of style rules for a specific tag in external, internal as well as inline styles? The answer is: “rules get’s cascade” When we define a set of style rules for a specific tag in external, internal as well as inline style, then browser creates a virtual declaration list by merging all style rules together by following rules of cascade, and then applies the merged virtual declaration list to specified tag. The rules of the cascade include: 1. Later properties (nearest) override earlier (farthest) properties 2. More specific selectors (less generic) override less specific (more generic) selectors Inheritance: deals with how styles poured down from a parent element to its child elements. Certain properties, like font-family gets inherited. If you set a font-family on the body element, then it will get inherited by all the elements within the body. The same is true for color, but it is not true for background color, border-style,margin or height which will always default to transparent, none, auto and auto. ========================================= Follow the link for next video: CSS video tutorial - 11 - Types of selectors in CSS https://youtu.be/WwTIrUrnFPA Follow the link for previous video: CSS video tutorial - 9 - CSS Review One - How browser interprets code https://youtu.be/uIjQeBemGgE ======= CSS Questions & Answers ============ 1. Which CSS style gets inherited to child HTML elements when applied to parent HTML element? a. border-style b. font-family c. background-color d. margin Answer: b =========================================
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CSS Selectors: Classes and IDs
 
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https://codebabes.com/courses/css-virgin/css-selectors Now that we have the basics, let’s talk more about selectors. Here is the syntax we showed you earlier. CSS is made up of a selector and property-value pairs. CSS has different types of selectors. Let’s open our text editor, and browser, and look at type selectors first. Type selectors refer to HTML elements within the page. Here is the HTML generating the page, you can see the H1 and H2 headers, paragraphs, and a list. Now let’s look at the CSS. If we want to turn the first H1 tag blue we change the color to blue and refresh the page. So, type selectors select all the elements of a certain type of HTML tag, like divs, spans, headings, paragraphs. Any visible HTML element. Sometimes you want to apply the same CSS styling to different elements, so instead of writing them all out, like this: H1, then H2, then H3, you can use what is called a multiple selector. Add a list of all the elements you want to style, separated by commas, so H1, H2, H3 and then give them all the same color. If you want to write a comment in your CSS you can do it like this, forward slash, asterisk, your comment, asterisk, forward slash. Comments are great to remind you of what you were thinking, or to tell other people what you were thinking, kind of like Facebook... “And no, before you ask, I won’t accept your friend request.” Type selectors are the most basic and they change all the HTML tags of a certain type. What if you want to change just one tag? That’s where classes come in. Classes are a group of CSS properties that can be applied to any tag. To use a class you have to add the class attribute to an HTML element, and then the corresponding class and styles can be added to your stylesheet. In the style sheet a class will have a period before the name to identify it as a class. Let’s open the text editor and do an example by adding a class, highlight, to change the background color on a paragraph to yellow. Just add the class attribute to the paragraph element you want to highlight and then add the highlight class to the CSS style sheet. Now the paragraph specified will have a yellow background. Classes can be defined differently for different tags, like paragraph dot highlight, or H1 dot highlight. Let’s add both to the style sheet and create an H1 highlight with a color property, then we can go into the HTML and add the highlight class to the H1 header. When we refresh, we see the H1 element has a different background color. You can add the class to as many HTML elements as you wish. Classes are polygamist, like Mormons, one to many. IDs are another type of selector. They work like classes, except that, “THERE CAN ONLY BE ONE” id per page, like the Highlander. One use of IDs is for page layout. For example, if we want a div element to be the footer of the page we can add an ID of footer to this bottom div. Now lets add a width and height to the footer and a gray background in the CSS. Since we have a footer, we can wrap the rest of the HTML in a div tag with an ID of content. Next are contextual selectors. They allow you to apply styles to tags that meet a certain criteria and are in a parent child relationship. There are various forms of child and sibling selectors. The most common, is the descendant selector. It selects all the children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, you get the point. So, we want to style paragraphs in the footer differently from paragraphs in the content. We would use the descendant selector, or more simply, a space. It reads, pound, footer, space, paragraph. And another selector that reads pound, content, space, paragraph. Now, we can add a background color for the paragraphs in our content, and a border for the footer paragraph. background: #af295c; footer: #189fc4 Last are sudo classes. These select specific states of an element, with the addition of a colon. Most commonly these are used for links , with four possibilities: Link, Visited, Hover and Active. The four sudo classes should be used in this order so they don’t interfere with each other. Link is for things that have not been clicked, and can usually be omitted. Visited is for links that have been clicked before, Hover is what happens when your mouse hovers over the link, and Active is the link’s state while it is being clicked. Let’s add some links to our HTML, remove the underline, and change the color. Open up your text editor. First, let’s add two links to our HTML. One to Google, and one to Reddit. Let’s look at our HTML with these links added. You can see the links are underlined, and if they are inside a paragraph they inherit that paragraph’s color, this parent-child inheritance is a big part of CSS. ...
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CSS Specificity Explained |  Selectors rules for classes, ids and elements
 
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CSS3 Specificity in Nutshell , in this tutorial Learn how browser resolves which style gets applied based on Specificity rules. Help the channel via patron and buying merchandise * https://www.patreon.com/techsith * https://teespring.com/stores/techsith-store Follow me for technology updates * https://facebook.com/techsith * https://twitter.com/techsith1 * https://medium.com/@patelhemil Help me translate this video. * http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?ref=share&v=Wuy-gfo3h00 Note: use https://translate.google.com/ to translate this video to your language. Let me know once you do that so i can give you credit. Thank you in advance.
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Using the :not() pseudo-class - CSS Tutorial
 
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The :not() CSS pseudo-class allows you to select elements that do not match a specified selector or list of selectors. Essentially, you can use this to match HTML elements that "are not" something else. This can be very useful for building user interfaces due to their desirable ability of making your code universal and re-usable - it can really help your CSS follow the DRY principal. In this video I take you through 3 main examples of how you can use the :not() pseudo-class. Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/dcode - with enough funding I plan to develop a website of some sort with a new developer experience! For your reference, check this out: https://www.patreon.com/dcode Follow me on Twitter @dcode! If this video helped you out and you'd like to see more, make sure to leave a like and subscribe to dcode!
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CSS Positioning Tutorial #4 - Floating Elements
 
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Hey ninjas, in this CSS Positioning tutorial, I'll introduce you to floating elements. CSS floats are one of the most powerful and widely used CSS positioning properties, but can be a little tricky to get your head around at first! SUBSCRIBE TO CHANNEL - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW5YeuERMmlnqo4oq8vwUpg?sub_confirmation=1 ========== JavaScript for Beginners Playlist ========== https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4cUxeGkcC9i9Ae2D9Ee1RvylH38dKuET ========== CSS for Beginners Playlist ========== https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4cUxeGkcC9gQeDH6xYhmO-db2mhoTSrT ========== HTML for Beginners Playlist ========== https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4cUxeGkcC9ibZ2TSBaGGNrgh4ZgYE6Cc ========== The Net Ninja ============ For more front-end development tutorials & to black-belt your coding skills, head over to - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW5YeuERMmlnqo4oq8vwUpg or http://thenetninja.co.uk ========== Social Links ========== Twitter - @TheNetNinja - https://twitter.com/thenetninjauk
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CSS Tutorial For Beginners 03 - Default Browser Styles
 
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Yo Ninjas, in this CSS tutorial we're going to rip down a website to the bare bones and leave only the default browser styles so we can take a closer look. Default browser styles are the basic CSS styles that all browsers impose on a raw HTML document. It is important to know of their impact so that you're not chasing your tail when elements seem to be 'styling themselves' ! For the whole CSS tutorial playlist visit - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4cUxeGkcC9gQeDH6xYhmO-db2mhoTSrT For the HTML Basics Course - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4cUxeGkcC9ibZ2TSBaGGNrgh4ZgYE6Cc For more front-end development tutorials & to black-belt your coding skills, head over to - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW5YeuERMmlnqo4oq8vwUpg or http://thenetninja.co.uk Twitter - @TheNetNinja - https://twitter.com/thenetninjauk
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Css Tutorial: Understanding inheritance and precedence
 
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Css Tutorial: Understanding inheritance and precedence Some css properties get inherited by the children elements while others do not , lets look at this with some examples combined with how some styles get more importance than the others . Mohit Manuja http://qualitylessons.net
CSS3 19 - Top 10 CSS Best Practices | CSS top guidelines to follow by every UI designer
 
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Top 10 CSS Best Practices Readability Organize the Stylesheet Combine CSS Elements Appropriate Naming Convention Avoid Inline Styling Use External CSS Shorthand CSS Minify CSS file Cross-browser compatibility CSS Preprocessors Readability Write the CSS code in Proper alignment format. Don’t write the code in a single line. Break the code line by line. Example : Wrong approach: .example{background:blue;padding:2em;border:1px solid yellow;} Right approach: .example{ background:blue; padding:2em; border:1px solid yellow; } Organize the Stylesheet Put comment whenever it needs and it should be proper comment. Generic Element (body, a, p, h1,etc) .header .nav .wrapper Example /****** header ******/ styles goes here... /****** navigation ******/ styles goes here... /****** main content ******/ styles goes here... /****** footer ******/ styles go here... Combine CSS Elements Reduce code redundancy and write clean. Easy to follow code and its not messy. Multiple selectors having the same declaration so we can combine all the selectors in a single declaration rather rewriting the code. Example h1, h2, h3 {    font-family: verdana;     color: #e1e1e1; } Appropriate Naming Convention Naming of CSS elements is what they’re, not what they give the impression. Example Wrong : .post-large-font { } Right : .post-title{ } Avoid Inline Styling Inline styles are very much messy. It is difficult to understand. In future if wants to do some changes then its very difficult to find and do the changes. Use External CSS Pull all the CSS in a single external file. Easier to maintain. Page Loader Faster. External CSS file should include in the HTML. Shorthand CSS Shorthand CSS means set the values of multiple other CSS properties simultaneously. You can write more concise style sheets. Using Shorthand CSS you can save time. Example : Wrong img {     margin-top: 5px;     margin-right: 10px;     margin-bottom: 5px;     margin-left: 10px; }   button {     padding: 0 0 0 20px; } Right img {     margin: 5px 10px; }   button {     padding-left: 20px; } Minify CSS file Minify means reduce the file size. It Removes whitespace, Strip comments and Combines files. It can help the browsers to accelerate the stacking of your CSS codes. You can minify your CSS here: https://csscompressor.net/ Cross-browser Compatibility Cross-browser Compatibility means a website works in any version of any browser. -moz- /* this is use for Firefox browser*/ -webkit- /*this is use for chrome and safari browsers*/ -o- /*this is use for opera browser*/ -ms- /*this is use for Internet Explorer (but not always it's depends on CSS3 browser CSS Pre-processors CSS preprocessors is a scripting language that extends CSS and get compiled into regular CSS syntax. CSS preprocessors will add some features that don’t exists in pure CSS. In CSS preprocessors you can use variables, mixins, functions, nesting selectors, inheritance and so on. Sass(http://sass-lang.com/) Less (http://lesscss.org/)
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Inheritance and Overwriting of CSS Styles
 
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Explanation of inheritance and overwriting of CSS style attributes.
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CSS Tutorial For Beginners 27 - Font Size
 
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Hey my good friends, in this CSS tutorial for beginners we're going to dive head-first into the font-size property. The font-size property in CSS, believe it or not, controls how large the font displays in a browser. We can control font size either via absolute or relative measurements, and we'll cover both types in this video. Absolute font sizes are immutable (unless overridden later in the CSS), whereas relative font sizes are determined largely by the base font size they inherit. For my video on CSS inheritance, check out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMpaebQ3n6A&index=11&list=PL4cUxeGkcC9gQeDH6xYhmO-db2mhoTSrT Anyway, peace out, keep coding & have fun :). SUBSCRIBE TO CHANNEL - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW5YeuERMmlnqo4oq8vwUpg?sub_confirmation=1 ========== CSS for Beginners Playlist ========== https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4cUxeGkcC9gQeDH6xYhmO-db2mhoTSrT ========== HTML Basics Course ========== https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4cUxeGkcC9ibZ2TSBaGGNrgh4ZgYE6Cc ========== The Net Ninja ============ For more front-end development tutorials & to black-belt your coding skills, head over to - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW5YeuERMmlnqo4oq8vwUpg or http://thenetninja.co.uk ========== Social Links ========== Twitter - @TheNetNinja - https://twitter.com/thenetninjauk
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Arabic Css Lessons - Learn Everything About Css Inheritance
 
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Learn How To Inherit Css Values and Everything About Inheritance W3 Link https://www.w3.org/TR/CSS21/propidx.html
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Selector Inheritance & Operators | Starting with Sass
 
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This series is all about getting up and running with the basics of Sass. In today's episode, we will be covering Selector Inheritance and Math Operators which will help you make your CSS code more modular and scalable. Remember to Subscribe https://goo.gl/6vCw64 Extend/Inheritance ////////////////////////////////////// This is one of the most useful features of Sass. Using @extend lets you share a set of CSS properties from one selector to another. It helps keep your Sass very DRY. In our example, we're going to create a simple series of messaging for errors, warnings, and successes using another feature which goes hand in hand with extending, placeholder classes. A placeholder class is a special type of class that only prints when it is extended and can help keep your compiled CSS neat and clean. Operators ////////////////////////////////////// Doing math in your CSS is very helpful. Sass has a handful of standard math operators like +, -, *, /, and %. In our example we're going to do some simple math to calculate widths for an aside & article. Sass is the most mature, stable, and powerful professional grade CSS extension language in the world. In this series we will be covering the basics of Sass: Preprocessing Variables Nesting Partials Import Mixins Inheritance Operators CSS on its own can be fun, but stylesheets are getting larger, more complex, and harder to maintain. This is where a preprocessor can help. Sass lets you use features that don't exist in CSS yet like variables, nesting, mixins, inheritance and other nifty goodies that make writing CSS fun again. Once you start tinkering with Sass, it will take your preprocessed Sass file and save it as a normal CSS file that you can use in your website. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ////////// Sign up for my Monthly Newsletter http://jesseshowalter.com/newsletter - ////////// Website http://www.jesseshowalter.com - ////////// Subscribe: https://goo.gl/6vCw64 - If you want to support the content I make and buy me a cup of coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/jessesho... ////////// Social Twitter: http://twitter.com/iamjesseshow Podcast: https://anchor.fm/iamjesseshow Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamjesseshow Medium: https://medium.com/@iamjesseshow -
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How to Reset Everything in One line of CSS - By Fab Technical
 
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Visit Our Blog:- https://code-typo.blogspot.com/ --------------------------------------------- How to Reset Everything in One line of CSS - By Fab Technical -------------------------- CSS all: unset; Property `````````` The all property in CSS resets all of the selected element's properties, except the direction and unicode-bidi properties that control text direction. The point of it is allowing for component-level resetting of styles. Sometimes it's far easier to start from scratch with styling rather than fight against everything that is already there. initial: resets all of the selected element's properties to their initial values as defined in the CSS spec. inherit: the selected element inherits all of its parent element's styling, including styles that are not normally inheritable. unset: the selected element inherits any inheritable values passed down from the parent element. If no inheritable value is available, the initial value from the CSS spec is used for each property. A few properties do not have an initial value explicitly defined in the spec and instead allow the user agent to set the initial value — color and font-family are two examples. If all: initial; or all: unset; is applied, the user agent default value is used as the initial value for these properties. all is considered a "shorthand" property because it allows us to control the values of every CSS property at once with a single declaration. However, unlike most shorthand properties, there is no practical "longhand" version and it has no sub-properties. #html #CSS #htmltutorial #csstutorial #webdevelopmentcourceinhindi #resetincss #webdesigningtricks
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Inheritance in CSS - very easy to understand Inheritance in css in few min
 
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Inheritance in CSS - very easy to understand Inheritance in css in few min
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CSS Tutorial for Beginners - 10 - Using an external style sheet
 
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In this video we take a look at the external style sheet.
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CSS Tutorial - 9: Overriding Style Rules
 
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Thanks for watching! Check out my other tutorials at: https://www.youtube.com/user/madhurbhatia89?feature=guide
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CSS Tutorials - 11 - Inheritance
 
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HTML Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwPDdNxG2EFcU85DtejxG0zGYuO3ivLdR Follow me: ------------------ https://www.facebook.com/imrohit46 https://www.twitter.com/imrohit46 https://plus.google.com/+Imrohit46Blogspot/posts/
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CSS video tutorial - 8 - Precedence of CSS styles
 
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CSS video tutorial - 8 - Precedence of CSS styles CSS - Precedence of styles The type of style being considered more important than other is known as precedence of style. The order in which styles are placed determines which style rule takes the highest precedence. The better understanding of precedence of styles will help us to create more organized and manageable code. Important Note: nearest or closest style rule to the tag / element wins. Order of precedence: 1. Inline styles 2. Internal (Embedded) styles 3. External styles. 4. Browser default styles. Browser default styles: Every browser has its own default style rules, those style rules get apply when no styles are defined for a page. External Styles: are styles that are placed in an external sheet (i.e. CSS file). External styles are used to override browser default styles. If more than one CSS files linked then the order in which they placed are considered. Internal Styles: are styles that are placed within header tag. Internal styles are used to override external and browser default styles. Inline Styles: are styles that are placed within opening tag. Inline styles are used to override internal, external and browser default styles. ========================================= Follow the link for next video: CSS video tutorial - 9 - CSS Review One - How browser interprets code https://youtu.be/uIjQeBemGgE Follow the link for previous video: CSS video tutorial - 7 - External style sheet | link tag https://youtu.be/zCry11BLxAk ======= CSS Questions & Answers ============ 1. Which styles are having highest precedence? a. external styles b. browser default styles c. embedded styles d. inline styles Answer: d =========================================
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CSS video tutorial - 5 - Inline styles | style attribute
 
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CSS video tutorial - 5 - Inline styles | style attribute Applying Styles: Three different ways of placing / applying styles: Inline style Embedded style External style Inline style: styles that are placed within the tag itself. we use style attribute to place inline styles. value to the style attribute is declaration list. Note: Inline styles get apply only to that specific tag in which they are declared. And If any property is inheritable in that declaration list, then that property /style will get apply/inherited to its successor tags too. Limitations of inline style: If we have many tags with common styles, then we have to copy paste the entire declaration list to every other tag. That increases the webpage size. Increase in code size. Code Redundancy. No maintainability. Time consuming. To overcome this limitation we use embedded styles. ========================================= Follow the link for next video: CSS video tutorial - 6 - Embedded styles | style tag https://youtu.be/7A5oeofb9-8 Follow the link for previous video: CSS video tutorial - 4 - Declaring CSS Styles https://youtu.be/wSp1N-0MMbg ======= CSS Questions & Answers ============ =========================================
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JavaScript Change CSS Class Style className Toggle Tutorial
 
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Lesson Code: http://www.developphp.com/video/JavaScript/Change-CSS-Class-Style-className-Toggle-Tutorial Learn to change, toggle and swap CSS classes using JavaScript event handling.
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Xamarin Forms Tutorials 6 : Resource Dictionary and Style
 
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In this chapter of Xamarin Learning Series, We will talk about Resource, Resource Dictionary, Style & Various Dictionary Levels Page in Xamarin Forms, Content - Recap of Xamarin Forms - Why Application UI Styling is important? - What Are Resources ? - What is Resource Dictionary ? -- Color -- Styles - Explicit , Implicit, Global, Style Inheritance GitHub Link https://github.com/SatinderSidhu/LearningResources Follow Me https://twitter.com/satindersatty This demo is prepared on Mac, but you can follow along and do same thing in Windows PC also. Software Required Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 or Community Edition on Windows Xamarin Studio or Xamarin Community Edition on Mac
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freecodecamp-Sass Extend One Set of CSS Styles to Another Element-solution
 
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freecodecamp-Sass Extend One Set of CSS Styles to Another Element-solution
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CSS Tutorial — EM & REM, Relative Sizes (8/13)
 
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CSS Tutorial — EM & REM, Relative Sizes (8/13) We covered absolute units like pixel values, and we covered relative units like percentage. Now let’s talk about another super important relative unit. EM. This is mostly used to size text. Sizing your fonts is absolutely crucial in having a good looking page. It’s one of the most important aspects of UI design. Typography. I mentioned default browser styles a couple of videos ago. Let’s look at H1 in Chrome. H1 has this weird font-size value of 2em. That line is the reason why H1 so big without you writing any CSS. But what is that? EM? EM is another relative unit of measurement, similar to percentage. EM always has a number in front of it. 2em, 3em, .5em. Font-size: 2em means, hey what is my expected font-size if I didn’t have any other CSS? I want my size to be 2 times that. Twice as big. So what is my expected Font-size? Font size is usually inherited from the parent, so say I have a font-size: 12px on the body tag. And I have a direct H1 child inside it with font size: 2em. That will make the H1 size automatically 24px, double its parent. Because it’s 2EM. So it’s almost like the H1 is listening directly to its parent. 3em, 3 times that or 1em, the same size as my parent. You can even do decimal points like .5, half, 50%, .2, 20%. This is useful because you can set font-size of the body to be whatever, and all its children that have their sizing in em will listen to that and resize immediately. This way you don’t have to specify how many pixels for every single child. You define it once on the body, and everybody will resize themselves. Except there’s one problem. EM inherits from the direct parent, not from the body. So in our example we’re lucky the H1 is directly on the body but... if you have children inside children, they’re going to affect each other’s size. Say you have a P tag with A tags inside it. Say body font size is 20px. If my P tag is 2em, that makes it 40px, and my A tag is 3em, that makes the A 3 times as big as the P, so 40x3, 120px. This can get really confusing really fast. I don’t like it. I know a bunch of you are gonna get mad at me cuz you disagree with me, and that’s ok. You can start your own ColorCode on youTube and call it ColorChode and make your own videos and disagree. Anyway, back to EM. In real world applications you have several layers of elements inside one another, so it becomes really difficult trying to find out how big something is if you use relative values and have to keep going up the chain of parents and calculate. What is .7em of 2em of .5em of 14 pixels? That’s cray cray. Lucky for us, there is a solution. And it’s a solution that I personally like a lot, it’s not perfect but it covers 99% of what I want. And that is REM. Root EM, whatever EM stands for. I probably should have googled that. HAHA Actually I did, And I didn’t find a satisfactory answer. Anyway, REM is the exact same thing as EM except it’s not relative to the inherited font size from the parent, it’s relative to the root element, your beloved HTML tag. Remember that guy? This means you can give your HTML element a size. Say 14px. And any element inside your page, anywhere, regardless of who their parent is, given an REM font size, will then resize relative to 14px. This is in my opinion the cleanest way to specify font size, have it be easy to read, and still flexible like EM. So,... I think it’s time for a demo. I just gave you aloooot of information. Let’s go back to our profile page and clean up them sizes using both absolute and relative units. I’ll see you there.
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HTML5 & CSS3 - Beginners Tutorial - Part 21 - [ CSS Float ]
 
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In this video tutorial I will show you how use the CSS float property. The CSS float property can be used for positioning and formatting content on your website page. The float property can have one of the following assigned values: left, right, none or inherit. Watch Part 1 here: https://youtu.be/L93L8dnYfoY Download Google Chrome: https://www.google.com/chrome/ Download NotePad++ (Windows Users) : https://notepad-plus-plus.org/ Download Brackets.io (MAC Users) : http://brackets.io/ #HTML5 #CSS3 #Tutorial #dcpweb What is HTML5 HTML 5 (formerly spelled HTML5[a]) is a software solution stack that defines the properties and behaviors of web page content by implementing a markup based pattern to it. HTML 5 is the fifth and current major version of the HTML standard, and subsumes XHTML. It currently exists in two standardized forms: HTML 5.2 Recommendation[4] by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C, a broad coalition of organizations), intended primarily for Web content developers; and HTML Living Standard[5] by WHATWG (a small consortium of four browser vendors), intended primarily for browser developers, though it also exists in an abridged Web developer version.[6] There are minor conflicts between the two groups' specifications. HTML 5 was first released in public-facing form on 22 January 2008, with a major update and "W3C Recommendation" status in October 2014.[2][8] Its goals are to improve the language with support for the latest multimedia and other new features; to keep the language both easily readable by humans and consistently understood by computers and devices such as Web browsers, parsers, etc., without XHTML's rigidity; and to remain backward-compatible with older software. HTML 5 is intended to subsume not only HTML 4, but also XHTML 1 and DOM Level 2 HTML;[9] the HTML 4 and XHTML specs were announced as superseded by HTML 5.2 on 27 March 2018. Read More: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTML5 What is CCS3 CSS is designed to enable the separation of presentation and content, including layout, colors, and fonts. This separation can improve content accessibility, provide more flexibility and control in the specification of presentation characteristics, enable multiple web pages to share formatting by specifying the relevant CSS in a separate .css file, and reduce complexity and repetition in the structural content. Separation of formatting and content also makes it feasible to present the same markup page in different styles for different rendering methods, such as on-screen, in print, by voice (via speech-based browser or screen reader), and on Braille-based tactile devices. CSS also has rules for alternate formatting if the content is accessed on a mobile device. The name cascading comes from the specified priority scheme to determine which style rule applies if more than one rule matches a particular element. This cascading priority scheme is predictable. Read More: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cascading_Style_Sheets Subscribe to access 180+ video tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/dcpwebdesigners Free tutorials, infographics, articles: https://www.dcpweb.co.uk/blog HTML5 Beginners Tutorial, CSS3 Beginners Tutorial, CSS3 Beginners Tutorial 2019, HTML5 Beginners Tutorial 2019, CSS Introduction, CSS examples, CSS float, CSS float left, CSS float right, CSS float none, CSS float inherit
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CSS Tutorial for Beginners - 02 - Changing font type, color, and size
 
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In this video we go over changing the font type, size, and color. Source for episode: http://pastebin.com/RVK07MrM
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How to overwrite/Customize bootstrap css default
 
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In this video, I show you how to customize bootstraps default CSS with your own CSS this video is suitable for persons who are new to web creation and Design.
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#67: The CSS :not() Selector
 
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In todays video I show you a very good use case for the CSS3 :not() selector. I hope you like it! http://codepen.io/martinwolf/pen/vGgYOo
Views: 713 Martin Wolf
CSS :selection selector
 
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The selector CSS ::selection, is used to apply style rules to the text areas that have been selected (For example, when we select with the mouse a portion of text from the page html). http://www.cssinhtml.com/en/css_selectors/css-pseudo-element-selection-selector/
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CSS Tutorial for Beginners - 06 - Using Classes in CSS
 
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In this video we go over how classes works in CSS
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CSS Tutorial For Beginners 28 - Font Family
 
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Yo ninjas, welcome to your 28th CSS tutorial for beginners. By now you should be getting comfortable with selecting elements on your page and applying styles to them. In this video we'll jump into the happy world of font families in CSS. You'll learn how to change the font style of your text & elements, and also how to create a font stack to allow additional fonts for the user to fall back on. Peace out, keep coding & have fun :). SUBSCRIBE TO CHANNEL - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW5YeuERMmlnqo4oq8vwUpg?sub_confirmation=1 ========== CSS for Beginners Playlist ========== https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4cUxeGkcC9gQeDH6xYhmO-db2mhoTSrT ========== HTML Basics Course ========== https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4cUxeGkcC9ibZ2TSBaGGNrgh4ZgYE6Cc ========== The Net Ninja ============ For more front-end development tutorials & to black-belt your coding skills, head over to - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW5YeuERMmlnqo4oq8vwUpg or http://thenetninja.co.uk ========== Social Links ========== Twitter - @TheNetNinja - https://twitter.com/thenetninjauk
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16 CSS Color, Background, Opacity
 
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Demonstrations show how to use the CSS properties color, background, and opacity. Inheritance from BODY and overriding styles with other style rules, including use of classes. Comparison of opacity with the color property and the RGBA value. LINKS How do you get the hexadecimal codes for colors? (4 min.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJcIlC4yFIQ How to use the Adobe Color site to make a palette (4:24) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Um7TVYF0QIU Adobe Color https://color.adobe.com/ Robbins's color keywords list http://learningwebdesign.com/colornames.html
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Unlocking the Power of CSS Overrides – 4/7 Resilient CSS
 
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By thinking through your CSS, and leveraging the power of the cascade and the way CSS overrides itself, you can write CSS to support every browser at the same time. Jen shows you an example using Flexbox and Viewport Units, writing code that works in IE 6, 7, 8, 9, and Opera Mini.
Views: 13880 Layout Land
Use an ID Attribute to Style an Element , freeCodeCamp review html & css, lesson 38
 
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freeCodeCamp tutorial, review and help, in this challenge we learn how to apply style to our created ID's. When selecting our ID's in our style element we need to select using a hash-symbol (#) as opposed to a period (.) which is used when selecting a class.
Views: 2696 We Will Code
CSS Tutorial for Beginners - 11 - Text-decoration property
 
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In this video we take a look at the text-decoration property
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CSS Tutorial in Hindi - 15.0 - Font-Family
 
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CSS in Hindi - Font-Family and Fonts in directories Welcome to the world of free and quality computer education. In this CSS tutorial, i have explained Font-Family which is name for set of fonts. Definition and Usage font-family The font-family CSS property lets you specify a prioritized list of font family names and/or generic family names for the selected element. Values are separated by a comma to indicate that they are alternatives. The browser will select the first font on the list that is installed on the computer or that can be downloaded using a @font-face at-rule. Initial Value: depends on user agent /* A font family name and a generic family name */ font-family: Gill Sans Extrabold, sans-serif; font-family: "Goudy Bookletter 1911", sans-serif; /* A generic family name only */ font-family: serif; font-family: sans-serif; font-family: monospace; font-family: cursive; font-family: fantasy; /* Global values */ font-family: inherit; font-family: initial; font-family: unset; -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Best IDE-Software to use for this course https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8bF_W4cZbEY -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CSS is the second step of the long journey of web development. These series of web development course videos is designed for beginners as well as for intermediates. Expert web developers may also find these interesting because of the in-depth explaining nature of these videos. If you are looking forward to become a web developer then this is the right sweet spot for you to become best web developer without paying massive amount of money to the big institutions and colleges. I am making these in-depth quality web development tutorials in Hindi because by the time i was learning, i had limited resources and couldn't pursue top class institutes and colleges and when i searched on internet, there was nothing free and whatever was free, was not quality content or was half knowledge. Out of this pain, my will was born to make quality web development tutorials in hindi with deep explanation of topics. So this CSS tutorial in hindi is my second step to the free and open education dream. Come join me and support me on my journey...... KNOWLEDGE IS FREE.... IT SHOULD BE TAUGHT FREE... ----BECOME BETTER DEVELOPER BY SUBSCRIBING---- ************************************************************ Thanks for watching my videos! If you want more, check links below. + Twitter - https://twitter.com/TechnicalSikh + Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TechnicalSikh + Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/TechnicalSikhh + Reddit - https://www.reddit.com/user/TechnicalSikh ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Intro and Outro Music By: Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0
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CSS Tutorial For Beginners 13 - The Important Declaration
 
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Hey ninjas, in this CSS tutorial for beginners, we'll take a close look at the !important declaration and how it should AND SHOULDN'T be used. The important declaration should only be used in extreme cases where no other alternative is available. Otherwise, it's always best to re-visit your selectors to make them work the way you want them to! SUBSCRIBE TO CHANNEL - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW5YeuERMmlnqo4oq8vwUpg?sub_confirmation=1 ========== CSS for Beginners Playlist ========== https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4cUxeGkcC9gQeDH6xYhmO-db2mhoTSrT ========== HTML Basics Course ========== https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4cUxeGkcC9ibZ2TSBaGGNrgh4ZgYE6Cc ========== The Net Ninja ============ For more front-end development tutorials & to black-belt your coding skills, head over to - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW5YeuERMmlnqo4oq8vwUpg or http://thenetninja.co.uk ========== Social Links ========== Twitter - @TheNetNinja - https://twitter.com/thenetninjauk
Views: 18849 The Net Ninja
Css Bangla Tutorial Part 13 (Outline Style)
 
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Css Bangla Tutorial Part 13 (Outline Style) CSS Outline Properties Outline Width, Outline Color, Outline Style
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CSS Lesson 5 - CSS Borders, Margin and Padding
 
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CSS Borders: CSS attribute, allow you to completely customize the borders that appear around HTML elements. With HTML, it used to be impossible to place a border around an element, except for the table. Border-style Border-width Border-color Border Styles: The border-style property specifies what kind of border to display. The following values are allowed: dotted  dashed  solid  double  groove  ridge inset  outset  none  hidden  Border-color: You customize the Border colors using css property called border-color. Margins: A margin defines the white space around an HTML element's border. CSS has properties for specifying the margin for each side of an element: margin-top margin-right margin-bottom margin-left All the margin properties can have the following values: auto - the browser calculates the margin length - specifies a margin in px, pt, cm, etc. inherit - specifies that the margin should be inherited from the parent element. CSS Padding:: A padding is the space between an element's border and the content within it. Padding - Individual Sides:- CSS has properties for specifying the padding for each side of an element: padding-top padding-right padding-bottom padding-left All the padding properties can have the following values: length - specifies a padding in px, pt, cm, etc. inherit - specifies that the padding should be inherited from the parent element CSS Height and Width: The Height and width properties are used to set the height and width of an element. Setting the width of a block-level element will prevent it from stretching out to the edges of its container.  max-width:-By using this Css property we can set max width of the element. ankpro ankpro training Asp.net MVC C# C sharp Bangalore Rajajinagar Selenium Coded UI Mobile automation testing Mobile testing JQuery JavaScript .Net
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Android Studio Tutorial - 59 - Applying Styles
 
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How to apply styles for individual view items in an Activity. You can separate the style attributes into a separate xml file. Visit my blog : http://www.easyway2in.blogspot.com Like my Facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/codeglympse Subscribe My YouTube channel : http://www.youtube.com/ticoontechnologies
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21 - Using custom CSS to apply your custom styles
 
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KWizCom Forms inherits the SharePoint styles by default, so you'll have you forms consistent with your portal's design. However, you can also customize the KWizCom Forms styles by overriding the KWizCom Forms stylesheet with your own custom stylesheet.
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CSS Modules in React and Webpack Tutorial
 
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Learn more advanced front-end and full-stack development at: https://www.fullstackacademy.com CSS modules address the issues of code maintenance and global namespace in CSS. In this video, James Oh talks about what they are, why they should be considered, and how to use them with React and Webpack. James provides a simple tutorial on how to implement CSS Modules and React CSS Modules, and deploying to a production environment. He also talks about how CSS modules impact developers and the future of web development.
Views: 9624 Fullstack Academy