YouTube Video | CSS Crash Course — 2

CSS

Welcome to another beginners course specially targeted at people, who want to start with web-development. You should first learn about HTML, before moving to CSS. CSS is known as Cascading Style Sheets and is used to style websites.

Here is the second part of the series.

Please do like it and Subscribe to my channel for more videos.

You can also read it in blog format, from these two posts -

https://thewebdev.tech/css-basics-3

https://thewebdev.tech/css-basics-4

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