The Modern HTML & CSS From The Beginning course from Brad Traversy on Udemy is an excellent resource for anyone looking to learn how to build responsive websites and user interfaces with modern HTML5 and CSS3+ technologies. Whether a beginner or a seasoned developer, this course is packed with hours of learning and real-life projects to help you build custom responsive websites and app UIs.
One of the standout features of this course is its focus on teaching you how to create your own layouts and utility classes rather than relying on frameworks like Bootstrap. Knowing this will allow you to build websites that truly reflect your creative vision.
The course starts with the basics and gradually builds up to more advanced topics like CSS Grid and the Sass pre-compiler. The instructor, Brad Traversy, is highly knowledgeable and explains complex concepts clearly and concisely.
Throughout the course, you'll also learn important skills like how websites work, how to set up Visual Studio Code and use shortcuts, and how to deploy your website to shared hosting or Netlify with Git. Additionally, there are big and small projects to help you apply your new knowledge and reinforce your understanding.
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