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    Senior Member Andrew Yurlov's Avatar
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    How can I teach myself and challenge my css skills?

    I don't know if I phrased the question correctly or not. Basically what i'm saying is that i'm finding myself unable to solve simple css problems by myself. Things like responsive layout problems, float laws, and just basic layout issues that I come across. I generally think myself as ok at css, im no css wizard like some people around here *cough Game, Web, Mare, etc * So how exactly do I go about beefing up my css problem solving skills while having a good understanding of css in general.

    Thanks for any and all replies. This question is mostly aim'd at people in the community that have been there and done that and are css "vets".

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    Come up with a site idea that hasn't been done before and build it...or at least come up with a site idea and build it in a way that hasn't been built before. In other words, you need to find a problem that some segment of the world has and build a site that solves it.

    That will not only challenge your CSS skills, it'll challenge your HTML skills, your server-side programming skills, your server admin skills, and your problem-solving skills.
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    Senior Member Andrew Yurlov's Avatar
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    Well that will certainly help. What i'm actually asking is how can i learn about all the css tricks, and problems and how to solve them. Is there a place I can go to, to learn about css specific problems and how to solve them?

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