Questions tagged [css]

CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a language used to describe the presentation of documents written in various markup languages, including HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) and XML (Extensible Markup Language), and SVG elements. Use this tag for issues involving the teaching of CSS, or its use in the classroom. DO NOT use this tag for questions about CSS or its syntax.

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How can you efficiently assess students web coding?

I've been teaching Java and C# for years and I'll be picking up a web development (HTML, CSS, JS) course in the fall semester because our department is down a faculty member and won't be filling the ...
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Explaining why styling should not be done directly in HTML

I recently noticed that <marquee> has been deprecated from html according to this site. From this answer on Stack Overflow, the marquee replacement is made ...
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How to use CSS diner to teach beginners in CSS

CSS diner is a game for learning CSS selectors. But it goes "into the woods" relatively quickly, focusing more on breath of selectors than on mastery of fundamentals Can it be productively ...
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How to help students comprehend the HTML document flow?

I'm teaching a student how to create website front ends. This student comes from a SNAP/Scratch/AppLab type environment where they learned basic programming concepts, but to position visual elements ...
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Beginner Javascript course - recommended books

I was asked to teach Javascript to total beginners. Since it would most likely be free of charge, I would rather not spend time making my own slides and material. I would follow a book or some other ...
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How to “teach” CSS for students? [closed]

I have been an expert & mentor in HTML, CSS, JavaScript. When it comes to teaching new students on how to program using JavaScript, it is straight forward. Students can learn that if you do ...