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How can I improve my css skills?

My html and css

4/16/2019 3:40:29 PM

shanker b mahid

13 Answers

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You can improve your skillv by practice , reading CSS codes available on sololearn and other coding sites this will also help you to learn more! and imagine the code that you want to make and just write a code in your computer that will definitely help you to become better and better in CSS

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https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/270614/?ref=app https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/1092818/?ref=app https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/316458/?ref=app

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I find that the best way to practice web development in general is with an online IDE [jsbin online editor](https://jsbin.com) Everything is on one page so you can see the results immediately. Secondly, master the basics, but bear in mind to learn the following to truly master CSS: mastery=[flexbox, grids, perspective, @media, var(), animation, transition]

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How about finish your CSS course here for a start?

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3d stuff

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So you want to improve your CSS skills... The answer is simple "practice" Until you will not practice , you won't improve yourselves because "Practice makes man perfect" You should make Pure CSS codes to improve as much skills ... If you dunno Pure CSS then you should check that in others code ... /* Note: I have made such Pure CSS codes.. You can check them for understanding them here https://code.sololearn.com/WKtZpai33Jxh/?ref=app */

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▶️▶️▶️learn sololearn CSS tutorial. Learn the basics . Do assignments. Try out codes. Learn from others codes. ✔The best way to learn as my opinion. Learn from other resources too. Hope this will help you . 🏵🌼💐🌸💮💮💐🌼🏵

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Monical what's perspective?

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For me practice is the best for improving skill. But everyone's different. I decided to make my own personal website with HTML and CSS and learned a lot during the process.

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You can improve your CSS skills greatly by learning about all of these points: 1. CSS units 2. CSS browser support 3. Most used CSS properties 4. CSS background 5. CSS borders 6. CSS Shapes 7. CSS positioning 8. CSS selectors 9. CSS typography 10. CSS functions 11. CSS animation http://pythonandmltrainingcourses.com/best-summer-training-in-noida/

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You can practice on sololearn.com

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Hello, I have written in CSS before so I think I could give you some tips. - Practice, because when you practice you gradually learn new concepts of a particular language - Take SoloLearn's CSS course, (I myself haven't but will in the future). - Try to make new designs. When you make different designs and styling then that can also help with your knowledge. Also who disliked Anna's post, she gave a great and informative answer. Thanks!

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With practice. Create a website with HTML, then practice styling it with CSS to get it to look the way you want. Remember, it's 2019, so you want it to be responsive. Have at it.