Adobe Web Design with Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)

In Leeds

£ 440 + VAT
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  • Duration

    2 Days


Style the presentation of web pages written in HTML and XHTML. Learn to simplify the repetitive language of HTML styling using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). Apply the styling principles to any form of presentation including print.
Suitable for: Web designers who already have an understanding of HTML and/or experience of using a web design package such as Dreamweaver or Frontpage.

Important information

Government funding available




Leeds (West Yorkshire)
Old Broadcasting House, 148 Woodhouse Lane, LS2 9EN


On request

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Course programme

You will learn how to
  • Enhance web design by understanding the rules around using CSS together with HTML lists including text, font and background rules
  • Use CSS properties to add page elements to your design
  • Consider the use of tags in page design
Course outline:

Day 1

Lesson 1 CSS Rules

  • See how to create design rules for your documents and web site

Lesson 2 CSS Cascade

  • Understand how rules cascade through a web site and HTML pages. Use the cascade to improve web site consistency

Lesson 3 Pseudo-Classes

  • See how Pseudo Classes can be applied to links in a HTML document to achieve rollover effects

Lesson 4 List Properties

  • Learn how to stylise HTML lists with CSS rules

Lesson 5 CSS Selectors

  • Consider the different ways that rules can be applied to a document

Lesson 6 Text, Font, Backgrounds Rules

Consider the benefits of CSS rules in designing for text, fonts and document backgrounds

Day 2

Lesson 1 Tags

Consider the use of the and tags in CSS page design

Lesson 2 Print Styles

Learn how to create style sheets to be applied to the printed page as opposed to the browser viewed page

Lesson 3 Style Sheet Types

Learn how style sheets can be saved as either inline, embedded, imported or linked

Lesson 4 Box Properties

Learn how CSS box properties can be used to add margins, borders and padding to page elements

Lesson 5 CSS Positioning

Learn how to create a page layout exclusively with CSS. No HTML tables

Lesson 6 Non-Standard Styles

Learn how some rules are non standard and see the importance of browser testing for CSS designed pages

£ 440 + VAT