CSS Tutorial and HTML codes for websites
If you want to create a website, then it’s a really good idea to learn some CSS. Sure you can buy a professional theme with everything already styled nicely. But eventually, you are going to want to tweak the design of your site yourself, and that is why you need to have at least a working knowledge of CSS.
While CSS can be tough to master, it is pretty simple to pick up the basics. It would take you quite a bit of time to sift through all the CSS resources out there, so I’ve done the hard work for you and have picked the best CSS tutorials out there to get started with.
To get the most out of each tutorial, make sure to follow along on your own computer.
Codecademy Web Fundamentals (Online Course)
Codeacademy is one of my favorite sites to learn programming, and they have 3 intro CSS courses written by Eric Weinstein. You will start from the very beginning and then move up to CSS selectors and CSS element positioning.
Each course introduces specific concepts and you’ll have to complete exercises using the interactive code editor. this concept is very great and the works are very good. After you have completed each section, there is also a project to complete to help you reinforce what you have learned from the exercises.
CSS Tutorial by freeCodeCamp.org (Youtube)
CSS Tutorial – Zero to Hero (Complete Course)
CSS Tutorials by Youtube
If you prefer learning through videos, YOUTUBE has posted a very good set of CSS tutorials on Youtube that start from the very beginning. You can get through these videos in an hour or so and be up and running in no time.
- CSS Intro & The Basics
- CSS Positioning
- CSS Basic Site Layout (Part 1)
- CSS Basic Site Layout (Part 2)
- CSS Basic Site Layout (Part 3)
Mastering CSS Coding: Getting Started
An older but really well written and comprehensive beginners Guide to CSS posted on SmashingMagazine. It covers all the basics, plus links to lots of extra resources as well. free courses 2 site codecademy.com. w3schools.com
Sitepoint CSS Reference
Once you start using CSS on your own projects, bookmark this handy CSS reference on Sitepoint and you will never forget a CSS selector again. This way you will have everything you need at your fingertips when you actually start coding.