Being a CSS expert wherever I’ve worked, I always thought that it was pretty easy. This week, I’m supposed to be giving a presentation on CSS, so I’ve been working on putting together the Powerpoint slides this weekend. As I’ve been doing this I realized, CSS is really complicated!

I currently have 40 slides and I know there’s a bunch of stuff I’m missing. But how can you decide what the most important parts of CSS are when you have only an hour to tell people everything they’ve ever wanted to know about it?

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