Where To Go From Here

I’m really glad to see you come this far.

Thank you for following along.

So what next?

Where do you go from here?

Below I have highlighted the concepts (and personal advice) I think make up the logical next steps for you to take in your CSS career.

1. Build a lot of small things.

Just before you go ahead to purchase another book, course, or see another youtube tutorial, take a deep breath and pause for a moment.

Ask this. What is the true value of knowledge?

The true value of knowledge is in its use i.e the application of knowledge.

The first step to take isn’t to greedily get on some other CSS program, but take the time to rinse and repeat what you’ve learned here.

Build the projects yourself (without me teaching you), and tackle the challenges again.

You’ve done that?

Then, go ahead and build a project that interests you. Say, a personal website or a portfolio.

You may be tempted to say to yourself, “aw, I do not know enough to build that”. That’s wrong!

You’ll be amazed what you can do when you challenge yourself to a project.

2. Master Flexbox for layouts in CSS

Flexbox is the emerging standard for modern CSS layouts.

So, you want to build two-column websites such as this:

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