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For me, most important are the 'block' and 'none', i use them more than the others.
Gordon oh! Come on, give him a brake, don't focus on the rules, focus on the fact that the guy is learning! I found the question very helpful for css learners. 👍👍
Nowadays you should really get to grips with grid and flexbox for their responsive properties. Grids for 2d information i.e rows and columns, and flexbox for 1d info i.e. a row or column. Work your way up to grid-areas. Also need to think about using media queries with them for a responsive layout.
Ore because there is only an upvote and a downvote option, I can't upvote half of his answer and downvote the other half. Also, you can't understand if I'm mad or not through text, I haven't used caps or bad words, or said anything offensive, the only thing I have said so far is why I don't agree with his warning and I also have answered to some of your extra answers. Also, I don't see why upvoting my comments is bad, if you don't like your own comments who will? I don't do it for badges, I already have got the badges, and that's not because I upvoted my answers, thats because some of my answers were good.
flex, grid, table, none, block, inline-block. They are all important. I don't know if there are more but these six seem to be the most used. inline-block and table are becoming obsolete gradually. Why not learn all?
Ore because there are many, but I will try to learn these six for now, I already know the inline, block, inline-block, inline-table and table-cell values, I have also learned some stuff about flex, but I still haven't finished learning it.
Flex and Grid are the most flexible and powerful in my opinion. If you learn them it will change the way you design layouts forever.
Karak10 Thank you for reassuring that you are not being disrespectful. Next time when you have a specific programming questions, meaning that you get stuck at somewhere when you are coding something, please feel free to ask in SoloLearn Q&A with your code attempt. And if it is a CSS / JS one, I will be happy to guide you based on where you get stuck.
Gordon Nuh, this question is more specific than 80% of the questions in Q&A forum. Sorry but I gotta disagree with you, you get dozen of questions asking "whats the best language to learn", "what do you think about that", "best way to do this", etc, I ask what display values should I learn, obviously there will be different opinions, no matter the question.
Karak10 First of all, let us make sure we understand each other. I am not an enemy of you. I agree that you are a keen learner, that's why I introduce the relevant parts of my Responsive Design Tutorial to you. Have you read them and learned something? Here are my full Responsive Design Tutorials: https://code.sololearn.com/W3gS00IGw160/?ref=app https://code.sololearn.com/W4CYCf5Izf4Q/?ref=app Hope you can benefit from the above tutorials. I always try to give people useful answers before giving them moderator warning. You can see that from my Reply Templates https://code.sololearn.com/WZTSO0gCj2Tq/?ref=app As you have said, "there will be different opinions", that's how we reach the agreement that this is an open-ended question. A senior mod will review our discussion and decide whether to add the mfd tag to this question. They can explain better why open-ended questions should be removed; and maybe also why some open-ended threads are not removed.
Karak10 I did not mean "mad" specifically. I was kinda asking why you disagree with him to the extent of downvoting. However, I think you have answered that enough. Secondly, I did not say it is bad to upvote your comments. Moreso, I don't see how that can be done for badges. How many badges can one get for a single upvote? Now recapping what happened, 1. Gordon replied with a very explanatory answer to your question and included a warning underneath stating that your question is openended. 2. You replied him saying you agree that it is open ended but many questions are equally open ended. 3. He thereafter stated that a senior moderator will respond to this and see if it is truly worthy of deletion. I said you where been disrespectful because he was been polite and helpful and you seemingly failed to see that. I am not judging and definitely do not know with what intent you said anything you said.
I think, try display:grid; and flex because i don't think you'd like to mainly focus on the ones that are already default in the browsers yet there are more important ones.
I think flex is useful.
Gordon I don't care about some stupid badges, I already have them anyway, the reason I upvote my comments is because I believe they are right, and the reason I downvoted yours is because in my opinion your judgement of my question is wrong, since from my prespective with your kind of logic any kind of question that's not a yes or no question can be considered an open ended question. As you can see I liked your next answer, because I do agree that the senior moderator will judge, and I respect that.
Ore Thanks for your understanding and support
Karak10 Your explanation about self-upvoting have not included why you self-upvote your question. If you are not pursuing any badges, then it's good. For "Which one is most important", it is subjective. For "Which one you should learn", why not all? I see that you have edited your questions to include a third one "Which display values is most used?" May I emphasize again: "You choose which one to use based on the situation" .
Karak10 Why did you post this question? For the answers or to prove a point? If you asked this question because you needed answers, why are you downvoting an answer that includes tutorials to help you understand responsive design more. Also, Gordon only posted a warning as a moderator and said a senior moderator will look into it. Your question was not even marked for deletion. What exactly are you mad about?
For me, everything is important. If you learning some part of them only, you'll be confused about job desc/your project. bring all together, then you're will be cool ✨
A. Helpful answer https://code.sololearn.com/WERY1LRN72N2/?ref=app https://code.sololearn.com/WTnC2BJ6tJKl/?ref=app B. Question not making sense There is no such thing as "Most Important". You choose the right tools to use based on the situation. C. Moderator warning You shouldn't ask opinion-based question in Q&A This Q&A forum is for specific programming questions or questions related to SoloLearn (platform, usage and so on) https://www.sololearn.com/Discuss/1316935/?ref=app You should ask in personal feed. This thread will be deleted under classification Open-ended Question.