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I truly want to become a full stack web developer, but I am impatient about learning CSS. Can someone please tell me how I might make CSS more interesting to me.

1 Answer

Gavin Ralston
Gavin Ralston
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Build a website. :)

If the design aspects are giving you fits, learn what you can and then maybe pick up a course on SASS or LESS or something.

Full stack, though, means knowing enough about it from HTML to the back-end scripting, and CSS is definitely in the range of things you need to know. :) You're going to have to know enough about it to make your JS more useful for implementing a designer's vision, anyhow.