Next up we will learn how HTML can be styled so it’s visually appealing to users by working with CSS. By the end of this lesson you will be able to:

  • Explain how CSS is responsible for the styling of a web page
  • Identify how CSS rules and selectors are used to style up HTML
  • Experiment with CSS and inheritance to create rules that HTML
  • Distinguish locations where CSS rules are stored for a web page
  • Validate CSS against different browsers and standards

Why watch?

  • Learning about CSS styles rules and how they work can help identify new risks, create new test ideas and debug CSS issues for bug reports and discussions with developers
  • You’ll be shown how to create your own CSS for HTML pages to style up your future projects
  • You will be introduced to CSS selectors, another integral feature of automated tools such as Selenium/WebDriver

What you need to use during this lesson:

  • Atom: a text editing tool.
  • JS Bin: A live pastebin for HTML, CSS & JavaScript and a range of processors.