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Suggestion: Split CSS Transitions, Transforms, Animations out of the Foundations deep dive

The quality of the CSS Foundations coursework is top-notch; I really like how Gil covers each aspect of CSS thoroughly and precisely.

However, I felt that the concepts of CSS transitions, transforms, and animation went beyond the "foundations" of CSS. They feel more appropriate for an intermediate or advanced deep dive, possibly one more focused on animation or interaction principles as well as execution.

James Barnett
James Barnett
39,199 Points

Tagging Guil Hernandez to get his thoughts on this one

2 Answers

Guil Hernandez
Guil Hernandez
Treehouse Teacher

Thanks for the suggestion, David Perin. I hear what you're saying. I will definitely consider this when I revisit the CSS Foundations course in the near future. :)

Awesome, thanks for the quick response and consideration!