Learn Intermediate CSS
Why Learn Intermediate CSS?
You’ve figured out the basics of CSS, and your web pages are full of pretty colors and evocative fonts. But you want to do more! With Intermediate CSS, you’ll learn how to recreate the dynamism and the visual effects that you see on professional sites around the web.
By the end of Learn Intermediate CSS, you’ll know how to implement elegant transitions, create new layouts with ease, and give your website the flexibility to serve users with different window dimensions, browsers, and physical abilities.
Note on Prerequisites
We recommend that you complete Learn CSS before starting Learn Intermediate CSS.
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