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CSS3 Courses?

Discussion in 'Web Design' started by BackY, Mar 13, 2017.

  1. BackY

    BackY Senior Member

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    Hey guys,

    Anyone knows any good cracked courses for CSS? I really need them.
    Thank you!
     
  2. cheva

    cheva Regular Member

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    cracked? register at codecademy.com
     
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    FCDSerendipity Junior Member

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    ^ Code academy is one of the best and completely free :)
     
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  5. BackY

    BackY Senior Member

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    those are very beginner tutorials, im familiar with css, i need something more advanced.
     
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  6. cheva

    cheva Regular Member

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    css is extremely basic there is no such thing as advanced css. What are you trying to learn? Are you talking Sass? have a look at thesassway[dot]com , if you are talking about animations have a look at robots[dot]thoughtbot[dot]com/css-animation-for-beginners . If you want to learn flexbox have a look at flexboxfroggy[dot]com
    If you tell me what exactly youre trying to learn ill be able to give you a better resource
     
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    Crawlie Registered Member

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    Depends, if you are working on a large project, css can be pretty complicated.
     
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    cheva Regular Member

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    You can say complicated in the sense of having to manage 100s of classes or ids. But at the end of the day its the same rules being repeated over and over again, which makes css very basic
     
  9. BackY

    BackY Senior Member

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    True, I want to learn to code responsive sites, some more complex designs, not just easy one page designs.

    Flex would also do, the site u gave me was very helpful.
     
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  10. cheva

    cheva Regular Member

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    you should sign up at freecodecamp , their frontend course is really great and it will teach you more or less everything you need to know to start building responsive websites. Its actually better than codecademy when it comes to actual learning rather than just completing exercises.

    If you think you have enough knowledge about html and css, you should just start creating stuff. In my experience thats the most effective way to learn.

    Some things beginners find complicated are floats and positioning. So maybe you want to look up tutorials on that.
     
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    Reem khan Newbie

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    w3schools is best for CSS and HTML.
     
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    thezeebase Junior Member

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    If you got for paid course, I suggest udemy, they have $10 course for limited time.