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Why Learning About CSS Is Important [Deals]


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I’m no web designer. I’m not a coder either. I’ve either used WordPress or Squarespace to build my sites, which enables me to focus on content more than anything else. But there are times where I wish I knew more about CSS (or more specifically, CSS3) so I could make changes to my templates – even minor ones. I wish I knew how to take care of some of those things so I didn’t have to read up how to do it online – and spend an inordinate amount of time doing so – and then hope that I did it right because all I’ve done is copy and paste some code.

Cult of Mac Deals has an actionable video course that will help you wrap your head around CSS3 (and HTML5) during this limited time offer. For $39 you’ll get this course – and learn about some essential coding practices in the process.

In filmmaking, producers and directors may not be masters of some of the finer points of production (lighting, sound, editing, etc.), but they can at least grasp it somewhat. We should be able to do the same with our websites and blogs. We don’t need to do the heavy lifting when it comes to the coding side of things, but we should at least know how to do some light lifting when required (and know when we need someone else to come in and do the heavy lifting).

There’s lots to love about this actionable video course (you can read all about it here) as it helps you grasp CSS3 and HTML5 in a way that doesn’t overwhelm you. Learn at your own pace and take what you need from it. You can even build upon it as you go, which is helpful if you want to do a deeper dive into what it can teach you. The choice is yours – and it’s nice to have some choice when you’re dealing with something new.

You can pick up The HTML5 & CSS3 Zen Bundle for just $39 here.


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