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Should i use html inline font attributes? or just do it in css?

Hello guys, I am learning from "Teach yourself VISUALLY HTML and CSS" pdf book, (just to go in depth before jumping into bootstrap), It teaches how to use <FONT color="#">...<FONT> and use it as attributes(instead of inline css). I wanted to know if i should learn this or skip this coz i don't see many people using it.(they also teach margins and other css stuffs don't like that in first chapter). also i am not very beginner i can animate / transition etc. (If possible could u please tell me how much should i learn html and css before jumping into libraries, like till css flexbox and grid? also how much is enough for jobs?. don't say start both together "sorry i have brain issues cant learn multiple stuffs together :P") if u thought my accent was rough m sorry , thank you! ^.^

18th Jan 2019, 7:33 PM
Minggan
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hi Minggan you should probaly skip the <font> tag because it is not supported in html5. it is a good practise to seperate html and css as it makes it far easier to read rather than use inline. also you are probaly best to do annimation later and work on other skills because animation is a more advanced topic and other topic are more inportant to learn. i hope this helps
18th Jan 2019, 7:39 PM
Ollie Q
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thanks alot ollie u saved my hour <3, also i saw ur calculator (search codding addict on youtube);
18th Jan 2019, 7:41 PM
Minggan