I often get asked if I have any recommended resources for learning CSS.
Just around this time last year, I asked my readers for suggestions. Then, I rounded them up and published them in an article.
But if you were to ask me that same question today, I would immediately point you to Steve Griffith’s Learning CSS series on YouTube.
I love Steve’s videos for a few reasons. They have a really nice progression from the basics (how to load styles into a page, basic syntax) to intermediate topics (CSS layout) into advanced stuff (animations, pseudo properties). Steve takes his time explaining topics in a way that’s really approachable for people who are just learning.
And honestly, a big part of the appeal is how calming and soothing his voice is. I told Steve that I think he’s the Bob Ross of coding, and apparently I’m not the first person who’s said that.
If CSS is something you’ve been wanting to learn, go check out the playlist on YouTube.