MP4 | Video: h264, 1920x1080 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 177 Lessons (20h 45m) | Size: 8.42 GB
By unravelling CSS, you can stop wasting your , start making progress, and take that next step forward as a developer.
CSS seems easy at first, but the deeper into it you get, the more complicated it becomes
We all reach a point where CSS starts to frustrate us.
Struggling to get a layout to behave.
Running into issues with positioning.
Making small changes that end up having unintended consequences.
Often we end up trying to fix problems by adding more and more code on top and hoping for the best.
That leads to fragile code and hours of wasted while you try to get things to work properly
As frustrating as CSS can seem though, it doesn't have to be that way.
CSS is based on rules and logic (even if it doesn't always feel that way). Instead of fighting with CSS, if you learn about how CSS is built at its very core, and you start to work with how it's meant to work, it can actually be a lot of fun.
Learn to embrace CSS
CSS is an essential language for putting a website together, but it's often ignored in favor of the latest JS framework.
CSS is often seen as simple language because it has a simple syntax and then it's pooped on because it doesn't behave like other languages.
CSS is it's own language though, and in this course, we're going to learn to embrace it for what it is, take advantage of its differences, and really start to understand what the heck is going on with CSS.
This course is about diving in and really understanding how CSS is meant to work.
We'll be exploring why it's different from other languages and how to change our mindset to work with it properly.
The course will be broken down into three weeks, and is a combination of:
Theory and slides, all through video lessons
Exercises to put the theory into practice
Challenges to reinforce what you've learned
Access to private Discord channels to ask questions
Live training and Q&A sessions for each module in the course
A full-page build to reinforce what we learned through the first two modules
A 3-page site to put everything we've learned into practice