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1 Intro to the Box model1:56
2 Introduction to the CSS box model5:52
3 CSS box Model Borders10:03
4 CSS Box model padding shorthand6:05
5 CSS Box Model Margins6:44
7 CSS Shorthand vs Long Declarations PX EM and Percentage4:57
About This Class
How to work with the CSS Box model learning about Margins Padding and Borders for HTML elements
Understanding the CSS Box model will help you better understand how CSS works.
In web development, the CSS box model refers to the composition of a webpage or HTML page from blocks or boxes using CSS. Specifically, the box model describes how the size of each such block and its content is determined through styling instructions.
There are 4 parameters which make up the Box Model
- Height and width dimensions of the actual content within the element
- Padding which is the spacing between the content and the border
- Border line surrounding the box
- margin the spacing around the border between various elements on the webpage.
All four of the above make up the entire dimensions of the element.
This course is designed to help walk you through what the box model is and how it works.
Fast paced get to the point training, to learn about using CSS code.
By the end of the course you will have the skills and know how to apply CSS box Model to your web code.
I am here to help you learn how to create your own websites and ready to answer any questions you may have.
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