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Deep Dives CSS

hi, I just finished HTML(Deep Dive), should i start with CSS second edition or CSS foundations ?

thank you

4 Answers

John Locke
John Locke
15,479 Points

The 2nd Edition is a bit more in depth, but there is some overlapping information in each. I would just choose one and start. You can always go back over the other course to make sure you've got it.

It seems like you are fairly new to the world of web design.

I would follow this Learning Adventure for HTML and CSS. It gives you a good roadmap to follow.


Hope this helps! Happy learning

James Barnett
James Barnett
39,199 Points

I agree with @John

The 2nd Edition is a bit more in depth

There's a lot of great info in the CSS Foundations 2nd edition course

My suggestion, is that you follow this course order:

  • CSS Foundations
  • CSS Foundations 2nd edition
  • Build a Responsive Website
31,206 Points

I did all of the web courses, but started going over the CSS 2nd edition which has been a great refresher. They're all good, and visiting the different courses lets you practice more examples.