Q: Is there any place in the web where documentation about CSS features — like what you have done with boxes — can be found?
From the look of your slides, I could surmise that there has been a lot of work put into it (to make it look soo easy to comprehend).
Q: How much time did you put in your presentation for your allotted time?
There is a wealth of information on MDN about all of the CSS specification: developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/W... — it can be rather wordy. So I would always recommend trying to put what you're reading into context and experiment with HTML and CSS with your own code to understand how it works.
I think I spent almost a week on writing the talk and building the demos and ensuring that the message was clear and not scary!
I’ve seen the mozilla docs and I don’t like ‘em.
To make the mozilla docs really good the way you did would be a “miracle” — i.e., without the proper intention, dedication, and most of all time-and-money budget.
You really did a good job for presenting the importance of that one box property.
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