Training for Web Designers & Developers
If you are looking to learn Cascading Style Sheets then our CSS training courses are a great place to start. For those just getting started with CSS we have two options. The DreamWeaver Getting Started course teaches you how to use CSS to style your content, together with sessions on how to markup your pages with HTML, as well as get the most out of the DreamWeaver interface and the CSS panels within it. Alternatively if you purely want to learn CSS and are already comfortable wiith HTML, then our online course focuses on just CSS, with a full four hours of high definition video detailing the features off CSS and how to use them.
If you are already using CSS then our more Advanced CSS course might be the better option for you, focusing on more advanced aspects of CSS3 such as transitions, transforms, filters and lots more.
The two day DreamWeaver Getting Started course covers a range of topics including how to style your content with CSS. You will learn how to work with external and internal CSS, create new CSS rules, the difference between classes, id's and compound rules, editing existing styles and more. In addition you will also learn how to make the most of the DreamWeaver interface to create basic HTML pages and apply the styling within them.
Intro to CSS is an online course which contains over 4 hours of high definition video tutorials together with sample files and exercises. The course covers a wide range of topics from basic CSS elements through to media queries and more.
The Advanced CSS3 Course is a one day training course which focuses on the newer functionality introduced with CSS3. You will learn how to control backgrounds, work with custom fonts, use CSS selectors, and work with different color modes. The course covers areas like CSS3 transformations and transitions which introduce features including rotate, skew, translate, and scaling, as well as duration, timing and delay. We will also take a look at some of the cutting edge things in CSS3 which are still being introduced such as custom filters, blend modes and regions.