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Bikash Mishra
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9 Best Free Resources for learning HTML and CSS

Looking for the best free resources to get you going in your journey towards learning HTML and CSS?
Looking to quickly brush up on your concepts of HTML and CSS?
Want some cheat sheets of HTML and CSS?

If any of the above questions' answer is yes for you, you are in the right place.

Check out the list of resources given below:

01. HTML Cheat Sheet

This HTML cheat sheet has a full list of all HTML elements, including descriptions, code examples, and live previews.

02. CSS Cheat Sheet

This cheat sheet will be ready and waiting for you in your bookmarks for those times when you need a reminder.

03. CSS-Tricks

For daily articles about CSS, HTML, JavaScript, and all things related to web design and development.

04. CSS Wizardry

If you want to write scalable and maintainable CSS, like the BEM methodology and refactoring, you should check out this site.

05. CodePen's Yearly Top Pens

If you want to have a look at some of the best live demos of things build using HTML and CSS, then this site is for you.
CodePen is also one of the best places to build, test, and discover front-end code.

06. Jen Simmons Lab

In this Experimental Layout Lab of Jen Simmons, he uses CSS to implement practical scenarios.

07. Kevin Powell

Kevin Powell is a great YouTuber who loves to simplify CSS.

08. MDN Web Docs

I personally like MDN for its up-to-date, clear and briefly defined content for each technology, which is required for starting your career as a web developer.

09. freeCodeCamp

freeCodeCamp has a step-by-step process to it where you don’t just watch, there are tasks for you to complete.

I hope this helps someone out there.

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Sergio Turpín

Good article, CSS Wizardry is awesome 😉