You keep reading articles and following tutorials, but you don't feel like you're making progress

It seemed so simple at first. Now that things have gotten a little more complex, as soon as you aren't follow a tutorial you don't know what to do.

You keep going back and watching more tutorials, but are frustrated. When you're watching, it all makes sense.

You can follow along. You understand what they are doing.

It just doesn't seem to stick!

You'll follow a tutorial, learn something new, make something awesome with it and then the next time you go to make a layout you don't know where to start.

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    As much like it sometimes feels like it, CSS isn't magic

    It is something that you can master. There is a logic behind CSS. It might not seem like it right now, but there is a light at the end of the tunnel.

    Searching for answers just leads to more frustration

    You keep turning to Google, but you aren't even sure if you're using the right terms in your searches.

    You've looked at all the results on the first page and you still haven't found a solution. Sometimes you come across something that gives you hope, only for your layout to completely fall apart when you try to implement it.

    The endless guessing can come to an end

    It's never fun when you're first attempt doesn't work and you don't know why. It leads to frustration, which leads to just trying things and hoping for the best.

    The worst is, sometimes those hail marys work and you have no idea why. And even worse, the next time you try the same trick, it falls flat.

    You can write CSS and know exactly what is going to happen

    That day is just around the corner.