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CSS

Learning responsive?

Greetings all, I've come to a bit of a fork in the road with my learning. Seems like the best way to do web design is building it responsive. My problem is this, the tracks available here don't seem to lead me in that direction. I'm wanting to know if there's resources available on here to learn how to build responsively based off of html and css.

My problem with the tracks have been they go off of px instead of percentages (generally speaking) which makes it hard to convert the values later. Also the CSS videos don't seem to give practical examples. I did like how the basic build a site course gave practical examples. Is there stuff in the library that is more along the lines of what I might be looking for?

Kind Regards, Josh

2 Answers

Hi Wayne,

Yeah I looked at that and I think that's more of what I am looking for. I'm doing the background to it first from Nick but, this is probably going to be really helpful. Thanks!