Using CSS to Create Responsive Grid and Flexbox Websites
Learn how to build a CSS grid and flexbox website with a responsive navigation bar in this free online course.Publisher: Laurence Svekis ✔
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This free online course will teach you how to build a website from scratch using CSS flexbox and CSS grid. CSS flexbox responsive navbar is built with the mobile users in mind. One of the objectives of this course is to break down the complex structure of building a website and make it mobile-friendly. You will learn how to set up the index file, write the java scripts and form the web structure. You will also learn how to create the index.html file and open up loops on where to build the main structure of the website. The webpage is determined by the arrangement of the structures and the designer defines how the output looks like. This course will teach you the styling of the webpage. You will learn how to generate the background colors on the webpage. You will also learn how to arrange items and do the sizing on the page. And also, you will learn how to mix up fitting colors for the webpage background from some websites. You will learn how to set up fonts and their sizes. You will learn how to eliminate unwanted default stylings. This course will teach you how to build a responsive navigation function. You will learn how to create a toggle for expanding the hidden items in the navigation menu for a smaller screen and how to make it clickable. Aside from the main menu, you will also learn how to create a submenu and how to minimize and open it up. Every adjustment needed on the webpage can always be done by altering the scripts written as the codes used are dynamic.
Next, you will build a CSS grid-based website, you will learn how to set up the basic structure of the CSS grid. You will learn how to create and save the stylesheet. You will also learn how to create a webpage from the HTML page. You will be taught how to create the header, the main content, the left side, the right side, and the footer depending on the choice of the webpage design. Having reached this point, you will learn how to set up and do the styling of the main page structure. Like the Java scripts, you will also learn how to build a responsive navigation bar. You will learn to create the outlook of the webpage when it shrinks or expands. You will learn how to set up the grid structure. You will learn to populate content within the web page and apply some styling to update the content’s structure.
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In today’s internet-driven economy, the outlook of an organization’s website is a key factor that will determine its ability to attract and retain visitors. Therefore, as a web designer, it is important that you make the components of the website fully responsive, in order to achieve its results. You will learn how to tweak a lot of features for your websites to make it fully responsive for your users.
CSS Flexbox Responsive Website
CSS Flexbox Responsive Website - Learning Outcomes
Website Planning and Setting up
Creating a responsive Navbar and Submenu
CSS Flexbox Responsive Website - Lesson Summary
CSS Grid Responsive Website
CSS Grid Responsive Website - Learning Outcomes
Introduction and Setting Up
Creating a Navbar and Content Section
CSS Grid Responsive Website - Lesson Summary
Upon the successful completion of this module, you should be able to:
- State the difference between CSS grid responsive website from CSS flexbox responsive website.
- Explain the basic structure of a CSS flexbox responsive website.
- List the main tags within the HTML in CSS Flexbox responsive navigation bar.
- Discuss how to create a responsive navigation bar.
- Recognize how to update the website background color.
- Describe how to apply styling to your web pages.
- Identify how to add border to distinguish the sitting of each element in CSS grid website section.
- Explain how to create responsive webpages with different contents using flexbox.
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