Sets the font family for your HTML element.
Sets the font size for your HTML element
Sets the font color for your HTML element
Sets the amount of height between lines of text, also commonly known as leading.
Sets the font weight of your text.
Sets the style of your font to be normal, bold or italic through CSS
Sets the text to be normal (upper and lowerase as types OR uppercase OR lowercase)
This is how you set your text to be left, center or right aligned
This is how you set the background color of your HTML element.
This is how you set a border around your HTML element.
This is how you set your HTML element to have rounded corners through CSS3. W3Schools has a good post explaining how to do this.
This is how you set the width of an HTML element
This is how you move an HTML element
This is the amount of space inside the HTML element away from the edges of the element itself
We can float items left or right, this comes in handy when creating multiple column layouts
We use this to end our CSS floats so content below the original float doesn’t add itself to the float.
This is used to style links to be underlines or to be none, meaning no underline.
CSS Pseudo Classes
This is the hover for our link state
This is the visited state for our links
This is the currently active state for links