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The CSS and CSS3 Crash Course

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With more video content than any CSS or CSS3 course on Udemy, you can be sure you’ll learn everything you need without having to read hundreds of pages of text. No eBook here, just great video content.

If you have ever wanted to become a web developer, then you know you need to know both CSS and CSS3. It’s your choice how you learn it. You can read through a textbook or eBook, or you can have your own personal tutor showing you how to do everything every step of the way. That’s what this course is all about.

If you’re interested in more programming, web development or mobile app development courses, Stone River eLearning has everything you need.

How the Course is Taught

This course is taught via a step–by–step tutorial system. You will start with tutorials for beginners who are new to CSS and CSS3 programming and move through progressively more difficult skills, including everything you need to know to build a fully functional, modern and sleek website.

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At Stone River eLearning, technology is all we teach. If you're interested in IT, programming, development or design - we have it covered. Check out our huge catalog of courses and join the over 1,200,000+ students currently taking Stone River eLearning courses. We currently offer 800+ different technology training courses on our Stone River eLearning website and are adding new courses on hot and trending topics every month. A subscription option is available for those with a real passion for learning.

Specification: The CSS and CSS3 Crash Course

Duration

13 hours

Year

2017

Level

All

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

No

9 reviews for The CSS and CSS3 Crash Course

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    Jon Schwartz

    The killer content here are the many videos that amount to a cookbook of CSS recipes to do lots of specific things that we often want to do in our web pages and apps. Too many to list. Just check out the list of videos, sensibly named.

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    Jerry Hubbard

    Clear and Concise

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    Ben Thuss

    Some methods and tech is now a little outdated with current web standards but the course provides and excellent foundation and is a great starting point for conceptually understanding CSS.

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    Kingshuk Mukherjee

    The presentation is very nice but would have liked the content to be a little more organized and beautified. But that’s no impediment to learning. Looking forward to learning CSS3 better than ever.

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    Bob Taffet

    There is a lot of material in this course and I got out of it what I was looking for. However, I felt the course had some problems in presentation. While he may have been working off a rough outline, the instructor was obviously improvising his lectures as there were numerous instances where he stumbled, made mistakes and had to fix things or change his mind about some piece of code he had just shown. Nobody minds a few stumbles but I found them to be distracting and excessive and should have been edited out. Also the technique of modifying code from within the browser was demonstrated to great effect but the video was problematically tiny and blurry and I could not see the code. A flawed but worthwhile course.

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    Jesus Moreno Miras

    This course is teaching me so much about CSS. Now I feel more confortable using the properties knowing actually what I’m doing

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    Weronika Lipska

    The content is good, but lecturing style could have been much better (especially considering the price of the course). In first videos the teacher’s manner of speaking makes it rather hard to focus. Luckily, it seems to gradually improve later.

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    Ales Holec

    The author always repeat himself and does the same things all over. The course is more or less improvisation without real concept. The content is only very basic stuff. I would recommend courses from Jonas Schmedtmann which I find much better.

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    Arek Stryjski

    It is a crash course, so you should assume students know other programming languages etc. It should not be that basic. It is also nice to test example before recording. The

    bug was undermining confidence in you or technology. Either you were correct, and it was browser bug, or there is a good reason for it, and you didn’t read the specification. In both cases, it is not easy as you wrongly claimed. And it is all the time like this: Let’s look here… Oh?! Not here… Hmmm, let’s do something else then. He is wasting our time by learning while recording and not rehearsing at all : (

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