Summary: In this video, I will continue the discussion of some of the tools that we can use when working with CSS. As I indicated in the previous video, these tools help us create CSS elements faster. For example, using the layout generator, we can select the layout we are interested in. Then, add header, footer, and menu. We can also decide on the columns and the rounded corners. Once we are done with the selection, we can generate the layout and copy the code to include in our website. To get a professional menu, we can use the CSS menu maker site to customize the menu to our needs. Then we can add that menu to the layout that we generated in the previous tool. If we need tabs, we can also experiment with the tab generator, and change its properties to our needs. Then copy that code and add it to our page. As far as text is concerned, the best way to know what settings you want is by comparing different options. The type tester site helps you compare these options and select the ones that match your needs. Finally, the CSS3Please web site provides you with different CSS 3 options that you can manipulate on the site and see the effect real time. Then copy that code and use it elsewhere.
Technologies and Resources: CSS, HTML, Notepad++, CSS3, CSS Layout Generator, Professional CSS Menus, Tabs Generator, TypeTester, size, alignment, color, leading, word space, background, decoration, CSS3 Rule Generator.