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  • Best source to learn CSS3 anyone?

    Does anyone know of a very good source where one can learn CSS3 - online and in print (as a PDF)? It needs to be well written with lots of images/diagrams to display what is being explained. It also needs to be logical and broken down into individual sections dealing with fonts and embedded fonts, paragraphs, images, etc, with a separate section dealing with effects that can be created using CSS3 (like image carousels, font art, image header replacement of responsive designs, etc) which would be under Advanced uses of CSS3.
    Last edited by judgedredd; Jan 15, 2023, 12:43 AM.

  • #2
    Hi there judgedredd,

    You are, of course, just dreaming.

    I would suggest that you start with the full list of CSS properties here...

    MDN - CSS Reference List

    ...and work your way through them and their examples.

    The best way to become competent in any discipline is to practice,
    practice and then practice some more.

    ~ the original bald headed old fart ~


    • #3
      Also, I’m a fan of learning by doing: use the search engine of your choice to search for answers to your questions and if you face a question often enough, eventually you’ll learn the answer so that you won’t have to look it up anymore.
      Stop solving problems you don’t yet have!


      • #4
        Thanks chaps for the response. I will go to the link and see what it has.
        Last edited by judgedredd; Jan 16, 2023, 07:35 AM.


        • #5
          I second coothead's MDN recommendation. They have a tutorial section too.

          Cascading Style Sheets — or CSS — is the first technology you should start learning after HTML. While HTML is used to define the structure and semantics of your content, CSS is used to style it and lay it out. For example, you can use CSS to alter the font, color, size, and spacing of your content, split it into multiple columns, or add animations and other decorative features.
          Walk the dark path, sleep with angels, call the past for help.


          • #6
            Thank you to both of you. I have had a look at the two links and they seem to be an excellent resource.


            • #7
              There are numerous excellent resources available for learning CSS3. Here are some of the best resources you can follow:
              1. MDN Web Docs: Mozilla Developer Network's documentation on CSS3 is comprehensive and up to date. It covers everything from basic concepts to advanced techniques and features.
              2. CSS Tricks: CSS Tricks is a popular blog that covers CSS and front-end development. It has a great collection of tutorials and articles on CSS3.
              3. W3Schools: W3Schools is a popular online learning platform that provides tutorials and quizzes on various web technologies, including CSS3.
              4. Codecademy: It is an interactive learning platform offering web development courses, including CSS3. Its courses are structured and provide hands-on experience.
              5. CSS3.info: CSS3.info is a website dedicated to CSS3. It provides tutorials, articles, and news related to CSS3.
              6. Smashing Magazine: Smashing Magazine is a popular web design and development publication. It has a great collection of articles and tutorials on CSS3.
              7. Udemy: Udemy is an online learning platform that provides courses on various topics, including CSS3. Its courses are structured and provide hands-on experience.​


              • #8
                vipulgupta, thanks for your post. It looks quite comprehensive. It seems that your number 1 source is the same as the other posters have given which means its most likely the best place to go.