CSS Level 1 for South Lanarkshire Computing Teachers
Date: Thursday, 4th December, 2014
Start: 9:30 am End: 3:30 pm
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(Per person. Includes tea/coffee and lunch)
Cascading Style Sheets or CSS is how you add visual appeal to web pages. You create CSS rules to control fonts, margins, backgrounds, layout and all other visual aspects of web page.
The structure and content of web pages is created using HTML code. CSS is used to control what the page and contents look like. When it comes to National 4, National 5 and the new Higher Computing science courses there is a greater emphasis and some requirement for pupils to produce and edit simple html code. Adding CSS to that code will bring the pages to life.
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We would like you to book a place on an appropriate course for your knowledge and skill level. Many Yuleblinker courses are part of a topic progression and will assume some prior knowledge.
Please make sure you read the full course descriptor, in particular the What you need to know section. Click the following link to view the full course descriptor:
CSS Level 1 for Computing Science Teachers
Below is an overview of the topics covered in the course.
- Software choices
- Approaches to teaching CSS
- Working environments
- Presentation vs Structure
- <style> Style elements
- Inline CSS
- Document CSS
- CSS Selectors
- Common CSS selectors
- Common styling
- Writing and editing CSS Declarations
- ID and Class selectors
- Div tags <div>
- CSS Layout
- Box Model
- More advanced CSS
- Online tutorial, reference, support materials
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