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CSS CSS Flexbox Layout Understanding Flexbox Introducing Flexbox

Alex Forseth
Alex Forseth
8,016 Points

Should I just dive in to Flexbox?

I feel like I grasp the content that was in CSS Layouts pretty well. I know this because I was able to do the project/challenge on my own without help. Obviously applying it to real projects is different.

Now that it is time for me to move on to the flex-box course I am wondering if I should get my feet a little wetter with more CSS practice even though I feel like I have a decent command. What is enticing me to move forward is that flex-box seems to make life easier. Any advice on how I should move forward would be greatly appreciated from people with more experience.


1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
217,573 Points

Flexbox can make a lot of things easier. You may never use "float" again. :wink:

It's certainly worth learning. And here's a really fun little resource that will give you some extra practice once you finish the course: Flexbox Froggy.