Hi everyone! I'd like to discuss with you all about learning CSS properly w/o using frameworks.
What tutorials or roadmap do you think will help developers who used Bootstrap learn how to make their own CSS?
Some background: I'm a JS developer experienced in React and Express, but for the last few years all my work conveniently used Bootstrap to scaffold its CSS. Now I wonder how can I learn to create nicely spaced forms and responsive layout without it?
Furthermore, Bootstrap has free CSS snippet resources like Bootsnipp. Is there a similar website but for framework-less CSS?
I'm familiar with media query, margin, padding and all CSS basics, but putting them all together to make a simple responsive website is something I had forgotten.
Thanks for your help. DEV rocks!🤟
Update: thank you all for your suggestions and comments, I've also been looking for this stuff and has been able to come up with some interesting links:
Tania Rascia's post on making your own responsive website and navigation component. A bit outdated with jQuery in there, but still relevant nonetheless.
One of the things I've been wanting to do for a long time is indeed learning about Flexbox and Grid, but I never got to wrap my head around Flexbox.
Will try his tutorial and report back again here later.