Skill Level Intermediate
- [Jen] Early in the process of learning CSS, one might encounter the display property. Often it's in the process of trying to hide something on the webpage using display none. Sometimes it's making a navigation bar go horizontally across the page using display in line block. There are we done? Well not quite. The mighty display property is truly a wonder for displaying elements the way you want. And it's probably a bit more complicated than you thought. For example, you might know display flex, but what about display in-line flex? Do you know about the flow root value which might help you with floats and clears? Maybe you'll finally understand what inline block really means. A term that confuses many students along the way. And finally, what's the difference between display none and visibility hidden? We'll learn all this and more in this course. I'm Jen Kramer, and for 20 years I've been teaching students that CSS is the language of art on the web. Through LinkedIn learning, through the Harvard Extension School and through many other platforms around the web. So if you're ready, let's get started with CSS: Display.