CSS: Selectors

CSS: Selectors

CSS: Selectors is an Beginner level tutorial on Web, written by an expert, Jen Kramer. This tutorial is an essential base for a person who needs to excel in his/her Web skills. It provides you a strong understanding on Web, Web Design, Web Development, Web Foundations, CSS, Web, Web Design, Web Development, Web Foundations and CSS.

Free Download - CSS: Selectors
Author Jen Kramer
Publish Date 5/2/2019
Skill Beginner
Duration 1h 26m
Topic CSS
Video Tutorials 56
Last Update N/A

Discover how to effectively leverage the power of selectors to select the elements you want to style without adding classes, changing HTML, or getting overly specific with your selectors. In this course, instructor Jen Kramer demonstrates how to pinpoint specific parts (and groups of parts) in an HTML document using the powerful declarative syntax of CSS selectors. Jen covers combinator selectors, attribute selectors, pseudo-class and pseudo-element selectors, and the universal selector. She also offers tips for determining which selectors might not be supported by your browser choices and shares best practices for mixing selectors in your document. And because this is an easily-tested syntax, Jen includes questions at the end of most videos to reinforce your understanding of each concept.

Topics include:

  • Targeting classes and IDs
  • Working with group selectors
  • Targeting element attributes
  • Targeting links with pseudo-class selectors
  • Targeting child elements and empty elements
  • Targeting parent, child, and sibling elements
  • Best practices for CSS
  • The impact of CSS selectors on performance

CSS: Selectors : Video Lessons

  • The power of selectors1m 8s
  • CSS terminology2m 58s
  • Simple selectors: Elements, classes, and IDs2m 1s
  • Groups of selectors1m 52s
  • Compound selectors3m 19s
  • The HTML family tree: Parents, children, ancestor, descendant, siblings3m 30s
  • Descendant selectors3m 36s
  • Parent-child selectors3m 51s
  • Adjacent and general sibling selectors4m 6s
  • Reading and writing selectors1m 47s
  • Simple attribute selectors2m 47s
  • Exact and partial attribute value selectors3m 26s
  • Beginning, ending, and arbitrary substring attribute value selectors3m 13s
  • Cool attribute selector tricks4m 30s
  • Pseudo-classes you already know, :link, :visited, :hover, :active, :focus2m 38s
  • Understanding only selectors, :only-child, :only-of-type2m 22s
  • Understanding first and last selectors, :first-child, :first-of-type, :last-child, :last-of-type3m 7s
  • Understanding nth selectors – :nth-child, :nth-of-type, :nth-last-child, :nth-last-of-type4m 9s
  • Pseudo-classes mostly for forms, :checked; :required and :optional; :enabled and :disabled7m 9s
  • Pseudo-classes for in-page navigation, :target1m 51s
  • Understanding :not2m 53s
  • :root and :empty4m 27s
  • Meet the pseudo-elements ::before, ::after, ::first-line, ::first-letter5m 23s
  • *, the universal selector4m 7s
  • CSS selectors and browser support1m 55s
  • Why can't I use CSS classes exclusively? Selectors best practices3m 5s
  • Impact of CSS selectors on performance47s
  • Additional CSS practice47s

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