Where Do You Learn HTML & CSS in 2019?
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I'm going to recommend what may be a controversial approach: learn CSS in a historical order. First off, do NOT attempt to learn using a framework. They're complicated and tend to make a lot of compromises in order to satisfy everyone. Start with CSS1. This supports basic font selection and sizing, bold and italics; margins, padding, borders, and backgrounds. You can't do much in terms of positioning, but the simplicity will help you understand crucial basic concepts: the cascade and the difference between inline and block elements.
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The topic of how accessible it is for newbies and seasoned developers alike to learn CSS has been gaining steam as the complexity of the tools around it has become skewed more toward traditional programming. Robin also has thoughts on where and how to learn CSS in the modern age. The question of how and where to learn CSS is a highly reasonable thing to ask. The answer depends on all sorts of things: how serious you are, your current foundation, what other resources are available to you, what you hope to do with what you learn, and how much time you have, among probably a zillion other things. They probably all do a fine job. These two are my personal recommendations. You probably don't even need both.