Barcelona Code School

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Responsive web design with CSS3

Responsive web design with CSS3 course in Barcelona Code School

Learn how to create modern responsive websites for any devices with the latest CSS

5 days, 40 hours, full-time, in-person

Tuition

650€

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What you'll learn

  • Creating all kinds of layout of any complexity
  • Using media queries to switch between desktop/tablet/mobile versions of your website
  • Understanding simple and combined selectors
  • Absolute/relative length units (the good, the bad and the ugly)
  • The holy box model
  • Positioning, stacking, floating your elements with/wthout taking them out of the natural document's flow
  • Using margins/paddings/borders
  • Creating layouts with CSS Grid (amen to that)
  • Flexbox properties and why they rule for the native mobile apps
  • Cross-browser testing, resetting, normalizing, debugging, validating
  • Browser-based development

The outcomes

  • You will be able to build a layout for any kind of website
  • It would be a responsive layout working great on any screen size
  • You will know how to use custom CSS with pages generated by any type of CMS or in other cases where you don't have control over classes/ids by using combined selector and DOM logic
  • A portfolio of several projects created with pure CSS

Prerequisites

  • You will need a laptop, the OS doesn't matter, MacOS, Windows, Linux is all fine
  • Google Chrome
  • Any code editor: Sublime Text, Visual Studio Code, Atom, etc...
  • An account with GitLab/GitHub (free account is fine!)
  • If you can install Git it would be amazing. (Instructions for Mac, Windows, Linux)

Who is this course for?

  • Students thinking about building their static websites, landing pages, prototypes
  • Developers aiming at learning CSS to add to their skill set
  • Designers willing to learn how to implement mockups in code
  • Beginners starting to learn HTML/CSS

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