How do you create a website in CSS?

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  1. waynet profile image73
    waynetposted 6 years ago

    How do you create a website in CSS?

    Are there detailed tutorials and resources already out there or do you yourself know how to do this?

  2. klanguedoc profile image90
    klanguedocposted 6 years ago

    CSS is for positioning and styling. You can't create web site with CSS. You build web site with HTML (5) and javascript. You style and position your HTML elements with CSS. There several excellent tutorial on HTML and CSS. Check out

  3. flashmakeit profile image66
    flashmakeitposted 6 years ago

    You create a webpage with html … th_html_5/
    You define a webpage appearance with css(cascading style sheets).

  4. vbulletinskins profile image59
    vbulletinskinsposted 6 years ago

    All css also uses html. Css basically enhances the html via colors.

    To create a css website, you must first create a basic html page then add css.

    Here is a detailed guide to create CSS web pages:

    Or you can find free css templates and edit them with your favorite web editor (dreamweaver):

    Hope this was helpful.

  5. Bills Place profile image90
    Bills Placeposted 6 years ago

    Hello Wayne, as previously answered there are several places for detailed tutorials on this. The most popular in the Web Design field is

    To build a website you would first need to know at least some basic HTML which is the back-bone to any website. Then adding CSS allows you to style the site how you would like it to look visually.

    Next would be JavaScript, which is a scripting language that allows you to make things interactive and other stuff. Then there are many more types that are used for different things.

    I'm a freelance web designer/developer, if your asking in need of help feel free to contact me with questions and I would be glad to help best I can. smile

  6. arksys profile image91
    arksysposted 6 years ago

    cascade style sheets - css are only for the presentation of your website ... so you don't have to adjust the title font size and many other features of a site again and again ... it's used to reduce repetitive code and maintain consistency.

    the best site to learn css is ...

  7. compufram profile image72
    compuframposted 6 years ago

    CSS is only for styling, like the other established, but it works great with CSHTML. Download Microsoft WebMatrix as a free, yet very powerful website builder. It even has sample CSS files that you can work with and understand. That's how I learned BASIC. You can download WebMatrix from Microsoft here:


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