Over the years, web designing has emerged not just as a technological skill but also as a kind of art, that coders practice. And in this art, little things create massive changes in the final outcome of the hustling. CSS is one such part of web designing that is used to make changes in the layout of a website to make it more impressive, which in the end turned out to be of great advantage. 

Do you know that CSS is used in 95.6% of all the websites on the Internet? Well, believe it or not, that’s a fact.

Let’s get a basic idea of what CSS is and then we will proceed to some CSS tutorial to understand how by using CSS, we can make a huge difference in the traffic on the website. CSS is a web designing tool that is used to control the layout of a page, at the same time HTML deals with the actual content of the page. As it turns out, CSS has gone through a major change over the years and now the latest and most popular version is called CSS3. Most modern day web browsers are designed to support the latest CSS3 version. 

Now, let’s dig a little deeper and allow us to show you some CSS tutorials that will help you to design your website with better looks and generate larger traffic. 

Shall we begin? Okay, let’s do it.

CSS Tutorial for You

CSS Shadow Effects 

CSS allows the user to add shadows to the text as well as to the box. The applied shadow can be applied in different colors and styles, depending on the choice and requirement of the website. Forget boring texts and box, add these shadows to make your website more appealing and modern.

The command used for CSS Text Shadow is – ‘text-shadow’ while in case of box it becomes ‘box-shadow’. While using this command in the simplest way, all you need to do is specify the horizontal shadow (2px) and the vertical shadow. 

For Example- 

h1 {
  text-shadow: 2px 2px; and
}

CSS Multiple Backgrounds

CSS can also be used to add some really appealing backgrounds to your webpage. The best thing is that you can also add multiple background images in just one element and stand out of the crowd. To make this happen, background-image property is used. As it turns out, when more than one image are used for background, they are separated by commas, and are stacked on top of each other. In this method, the first image is kept closest to the viewer. 

Below is an example with two background images, the first one is an image of a flower, and the second one is a commonly used paper background. Both of them are ordinary images, but when combined together, they turn out to be a beautiful combination for a web page. 

For Example 

#example1 {
  background-image: url(img_flwr.gif), url(paper.gif);
  background-position: right bottom, left top;
  background-repeat: no-repeat, repeat;
}

CSS Background Size

Now that you know how to change the images, do you also know the way to change the color of the background? No? Let’s follow up on that.

When I told you that CSS can do anything when it comes to web designing, I was not bluffing. With ‘background-size’ property, CSS allows you to specify the size of the background according to the need and requirement. The size of the image can be specified with, lengths, percentage or in some cases by using the keywords contain and cover.  Below is an example code of one such change.

For Example – 

#div1 {
  background: url(img_flower.jpg);
  background-size: 100px 80px;
  background-repeat: no-repeat;
}

This CSS tutorial is an example of the changes that you can bring in a website through some easy and minute codes and change the complete the look of the website to make it look more attractive and interesting. 

You’ll be surprised to know that most of the modern day sites that we use, or in some cases are addicted to use the CSS tool to enhance the overall look of the web page. Some of the major website that uses CSS is Google, Facebook, Wikipedia, etc. 

Don’t wait now! Introduce CSS into your website and get ready for better and brilliant traffic on our webpage with easy and simple lines of coding. 

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