General sibling is a little known but very useful CSS selector. It allows the styling of an element that is a sibling of another. We’ll look at the syntax, a practical example and then a quick round up of the other child and sibling selectors in CSS.
:enabled and :disabled are pseudo classes that allow the styling of different states of form inputs, ones that are clickable or can have text entered into them (enabled) or those that can’t (disabled).
The web would be a pretty dull place without a splash of colour. There are a number of different properties that take a colour value and there are four different colour syntaxes in CSS and that’s what we’ll be focusing on in this video. Those formats are colour keywords, hex, RGB and HSL
Every element on a web page is a box and we can describe the characteristics of these boxes using the CSS Box Model. Understanding this model and how different types of boxes lay out, is key when converting designs into a working website
Auto is a CSS value that has a number of uses. It’s the default value for a lot of properties but can be used for horizontal centering and is a handy tool to have in the box when dealing with responsive design.