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Why and How to Become a CSS Developer?

You must learn CSS if you are considering a career as a web developer. This programming language helps you style and layout the web pages. But most importantly CSS can adapt website contents to look great on different devices.

CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets and it describes how HTML elements are to be displayed on paper, screen, or any other media. A great attribute that CSS has is that it can save a lot of time and work because it is able to control the layout of multiple web pages all at once. In addition, some external stylesheets can be stored in CSS files.

In this Web development course on BitDegree, CSS can be learned in the third section of the course, after the basics of web design and HTML. Once you finish this section of the course, you will be able to describe the presentation of a web page or any document written in a markup language. CSS syllabus can be divided into four main sections - the introduction to CSS, display, and formatting, colors and effects, and CSS variables and SASS attributes.

The first lessons will give you a detailed introduction and understanding of CSS as a topic. You will learn the very fundamentals of CSS and the pseudo-elements as well as pseudo-classes. Further lessons will show you the interesting formatting and useful display features of the CSS language. The colors and effects section, as the name suggests, will teach you how to style various colors and engaging effects that will make your website up to modern standards.

The final section will demonstrate how to use intricate CSS variables for making any web page eye-catching. There will also be an introduction to SASS or syntactically awesome style sheets which is an extension of CSS that allows you to use variables, inline imports, and helps with organizing any codes.

This course is part of a front-end developer course that teaches the necessary fundamentals to become a junior front-end developer and start earning income. If you wish to learn other topics (HTML, JavaScript, Web design) as well, please visit this page. You will find more incredible learning materials there.

The free CSS course takes about two weeks to complete. This is a self-paced learning course, so you can adjust our course to your personal life.

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