Let’s sort out your CSS
CSS for Designers is a new self-paced course, designed to help you better understand CSS once and for all.
If you’re producing client sites with tools like Squarespace and WordPress, but spend most of your time Googling CSS issues, this course is for you.
It’s difficult to keep on top of the latest CSS techniques, especially when you’re knee-deep in client work. This course goes through the principles and covers the common gotchas, helping you spend less time on Google.
CSS doesn’t need to be frustrating
Many designers and developers are self-taught — that includes me! There’s nothing wrong with that, but learning as-and-when things are needed can lead to core concepts being overlooked.
Classic examples would include:
- Why don’t margins work as I expect?
- What’s the difference between padding and margins, really?
- Why does padding cause my box to spill onto a new line?
- Which unit should I use to size type in: px, em, rem or something else?
- What’s so wrong with