CSS Guide Summary

You can breathe a sigh of relief now - we've reached the end of the CSS guide! I hope you've enjoyed learning about this fascinating subject, and with a bit of luck you've realized just how powerful CSS is in comparison with the old-fashioned method of using HTML code to style our web pages. Not only is that an out-dated way of doing things, it's also a lot more time consuming!

Over the course of this guide we covered the following:

So what now?

Now that you've mastered CSS you're ready to get out there and start designing some truly amazing websites! If you feel like you need to brush up on your HTML skills first then check out the HTML guide for all you need to know.

CSS is an ever-evolving subject, and there's always something new and exciting to learn, so keep your eyes open for any interesting techniques you spot on your wanders around the World Wide Web. I'd love to hear about anything cool you find, so please do drop me a quick message via the contact page.

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