Using HTML for Colour and Style

Duration: 3 hours

Used well, colour can add interest to a web page. Too much colour or bad colour combinations can make pages difficult to read. Some colour combinations are more stressful on the eye than others, and are said to "vibrate" when placed next to each other; for example, yellow and purple, blue and orange, or green and red. In this course, you will learn about the use of HTML color and bgcolor tags and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to control the appearance of a web page.


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