Drupal8 W3CSS Theme

Drupal8 W3CSS Theme is using the W3.CSS framework with built-in responsiveness: Smaller and faster than other CSS frameworks. - Easier to learn, and easier to use than other CSS frameworks. - Uses standard CSS only (No jQuery or JavaScript library). - Speeds up and simplifies web development. - Supports modern responsive design (mobile first) by default. - Provides CSS equality for all browsers. Chrome, Firefox, IE, Safari, and more. - Provides CSS equality for all devices. PC, laptop, tablet, and mobile. - Learn more about W3.CSS https://www.w3schools.com/w3css/

Color Libraries

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Hex or Decimal? Until recently, it was assumed that colors should always be declared in RGB hexadecimal notation. In fact, I still meet designers and developers who are completely unaware that they have alternatives. RGB decimal has been around for quite awhile and will work in any browser you want to throw it at. But which is “better”? I personally find that it’s much easier to envision a color in decimal numbers (which I’ve used all my life) than in hex values. I can look at the value 135, 127, 107 and know it’s a reddish beige much faster than if I see 877f6b.

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Colors create the first impression of your site. Bright, vibrant, jewel-like colors make a radically different statement than earth tones. Even if you choose to use only black and white, your design will make a statement. Beyond their decorative impact, colors can also guide the viewer’s eye around the page, helping to highlight some important areas while downplaying others. There are many methods used to add and control color with CSS. Keep in mind, however, you can specify color using several CSS properties. But, how to choose colors?.

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Types of CSS Rules The best thing about cascading style sheets is that they are amazingly simple to set up. They don’t require plug-ins or fancy software—just text files with rules in them. A CSS rule defines what the HTML should look like and how it should behave in the browser window. CSS rules come in three types, each with specific uses: -HTML selector. The text portion of an HTML tag is called the selector. For example, h1 is the selector for the tag. The HTML selector is used in a CSS rule to redefine how the tag displays. -Class.

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The Parts of a CSS Rule All rules, regardless of their locations or types, have the following structural elements: n Selectors are the alphanumeric characters that identify a rule. A selector can be an HTML tag selector, a class selector, an ID selector, a universal selector or a combination of those basic selectors to create context based styles. Properties identify what is being defined. Several dozen properties are available; each is responsible for an aspect of the page content’s behavior and appearance. Values are assigned to a property to define its nature.

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CSS level 2 (CSS2) The CSS2 spec came out in 1998 and is the most widely adopted by browser makers. Level 2 includes all the attributes of the previous two versions, plus an increased emphasis on international accessibility and the capability to specify media specific CSS. In 2006, the W3C published an updated version: CSS Level 2.1, which corrected some errors, clarified a few issues, and included specifications for features that had already been implemented in some browsers. CSS2.1 has effectively replaced CSS2.

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How does CSS work? When a visitor loads one of your Web pages, by either typing in the address or clicking a link, the server (the computer that stores the Web page) sends the HTML file to the visitor’s computer along with any files linked to or embedded in the HTML file. Regardless of where the CSS code is, the visitor’s browser will interpret it and apply it to the HTML to render the Web page using that browser’s particular rendering engine that is then displayed in the browser window.

Drupal8 W3CSS Theme - Color Classes

Colors create the first impression of your site. Bright, vibrant, jewel-like colors make a radically different statement than earth tones. Even if you choose to use only black and white, your design will make a statement.

Drupal8 W3CSS Theme - Container Classes

Working with Pseudo-classes Many HTML elements have special states or uses associated with them that can be styled independently.

Drupal8 W3CSS Theme - Background Color Classes

The ability to set the background color on an HTML page has been around almost since the first Web browsers. However, with CSS you can define the background color, not only for the entire page, but also for individual elements using the background- color property.

Drupal8 W3CSS Theme - Padding Classes

At first glance, padding seems to have an effect identical to margins: It adds space around the element’s content. The difference is that padding sets the space between the border of the element and its content rather than between the element and the other elements in the window.

Drupal8 W3CSS Theme - Border Classes

browser CSS extensions In addition to supporting the specified CSS properties set by the W3C, a browser developer will occasionally introduce browser-specific properties.