Working in front-end development doesn't mean spending a bunch of money these days. Open-source tools are everywhere. Even Microsoft Visual Studio has a 'forever-free' version in Visual Studio Community 2017. That said, there are a lot of free resources if you want to learn the ins and outs of the front-end.
Cheers mate, strangely enough I bought his book about 2days ago :) cause I know next to nothing about css and html. Been an interesting read and I can use it with Python and Django so I'm pretty stoked. Some of the template stuff in Django like render() has go me bamboozled. But then again alot of help documentation for coding is annoyingly hard to understand.
PS how will I know a preprocessor when I see one? Lol all good, keep my sober eye out for them. :p
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