How to Learn CSS3 Fast

How to Learn CSS3 Fast


Can you tell me how to learn CSS3 fast? Already know CSS2 and read up on the changes
like the new properties CSS3 introduced. Then you just need to know that CSS3 added a lot
of style elements, as well as pseudo elements. Let’s not pretend it didn’t change. They didn’t
just change the standard number and call it a day. CSS3 also adds modules, which divides one
document into multiple sections. You can use CSS2 elements or add in CSS3 elements. That’s like HTML5 being backward compatible
with HTML4 friendly browsers. That’s important in a world where a fifth
of PCs still use Windows XP but half of all internet users are using smart phones. I know CSS is supposed to let you design a
single page that runs on everything from a smartphone to tablet to PC. You get rid of
the annoying mobile site. It sounds like you’re a little familiar with
this subject already. You might be advanced enough to get a book on CSS3 and understand
it, one other than the dummy’s one. I’m not stupid. There are lines of how to books on everything
from gardening to programming. Dummies and Idiots are the two major competitors. Being high tech, I don’t know if a book is
the right answer. You could take the CSS3 tutorial on Udemy,
and you’d even get a completion certificate. Their classes cost money, though it is cheaper
than college credit. Go to the developer.moilla.org site and read
through their CSS references. It isn’t as visual as a tutorial video but it is a good
in depth review of the topic. I’m more of a beginner. That’s what the introductory level is for.
And if you don’t like that site, w3schools. I still worry about the cost. YouTube it, baby. Get free demos of all the
CSS concepts by people advertising for you to buy their book, take their class or hire
them to design your website.

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