+3 Roody Monster · September 16, 2014
Where can I learn to make great stylesheets? I am wanting to make one for my personal website but I just can't figure out a quick way to learn how to make a good one. 

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+2 JOhaL jaTT · September 16, 2014
i recommend you http://www.w3schools.com/css/default.asp you can learn all about css.
+2 Predrag Kostic · September 17, 2014
To create a stylesheet all you need is creativity and HTML/CSS knowledge.
Read a book, watch some tutorials, anything works really.
+1 Glenn Cook · September 19, 2014
There is so much information out there, and practice, practice, practice
+1 Glenn Cook · September 16, 2014
The CSS3 with html on here are awesome, the 27 videos on the cool footer will teach you a lot that can be used else where
+1 Glenn Cook · September 16, 2014
the css videos on here and the footer videos will help you... there are many tips that will help with future projects
+1 R.K Cheun · September 17, 2014

Aside from Bucky's videos I go here for refreshers and reminders whenever I don't code for a while. Great hands on learning.
0 Landon Luman · September 20, 2014

So try it!
0 Phillip Drake · September 20, 2014
An excellent series of programming books called "In Easy Steps" covers all of the programming languages.  They have an excellent book called CSS3 In Easy Steps which runs around $10 or $11 USD on Amazon.  Their books are written in clear, plain, basic English.  I have the whole set of programming books and love them all.  Great supplements to Bucky's videos!
0 Daniel Stockham · September 23, 2014
If you are willing to throw down some cash, there is Rob Percival's Complete Web Developer Course that he has on Udemy. He basically explains everything you need to know about web development and holds your hand while you do it.

That is if you are willing to throw down some money, however he does have specials going on quite frequently.


I hope this helps.
0 Landon Luman · September 25, 2014
But I am intermediate with CSS3, so if you need any help with transitions, keyframes, or anything, just ask me! I'm always open
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