This course contains 22 interactive screencasts
22 lessons1 hour 5 min
CSS from scratch
Classes & IDs
Widths & heights
Float & clear
Float layout challenge
Pseudo classes / elements
Before taking this course, you should have a basic understanding of HTML. Here’s our suggested resource to get you up to speed.
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CSS is what makes websites look beautiful, so it's a must-have skill for any web designer or developer. Luckily though, this course makes it super-easy to learn the basics. And it only takes an hour!
Just enroll in the course and sit back to enjoy the brilliant Scrimba-instructor Eric Tirado's fun and engaging explanations! Towards the end of the course you'll also be given a challenge to make sure you've understood the concepts.
Before enrolling in the course, you should a have basic knowledge of how HTML works. If you don't have that, we'd recommend you to take Eric's Introduction to HTML course first.
... so enroll in this course today, and you'll be a CSS ninja in no time!
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It varies. Some CSS experts spend years researching advanced topics and honing the skill. But this course is about the basics and is 21 lessons long, with just over 1 hour of material. Ideally, you should spend at least double that practising. So you should be done with the basics of CSS in about 3 hours.
Find a course (congrats, you did it already), practice concepts presented in the course, not give up learning.
Yes, both HTML and CSS form the fundamentals of the modern web. Everything you see online in your browser is made of HTML and CSS and is your bread and butter of web development.
CSS is relatively easy to learn. While it may seem daunting at first, you don't need to have any kind of programming experience and it's where most people start.