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[–] Juve 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

http://www.codecademy.com/en/tracks/web is a pretty good start.

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[–] Sinstrite 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

This is a really good read without overwhelming a starter - http://webdesignfromscratch.com/html-css/introduction-to-css/

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[–] JustAName 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

I've just gotten into CSS and HTML through my school and the three main websites we use are W3Schools, Codecademy, and Markable.

W3Schools has a ton of content and its own tutorials covering CSS and HTML, since they go hand in hand, along with a built in editor for each lesson that you can use to test what you learned and I like to use it to find out what I can and can not do using CSS. If you already know how to use HTML and want to just see what you can do in CSS, I'd suggest this.

Codecademy has courses on learning HTML and CSS from the ground up and I enjoy it more than using W3Schools lesson-wise. It comes with obvious divisions in the lessons so it's easy to tell how far you've come along with giving you challenges you have to complete, to show your understanding, in order to advance. I'm also pretty sure they have more advanced courses depending on what you want to be doing.

Markable is just an online code editor if you want to try something small, but we usually use it to test new concepts in my web design class. To be honest I prefer using SublimeText and refreshing the page on a browser since I haven't found a plugin to automatically do that for me.

And since you'll likely be working with color in CSS, you could also use some sites based around that. Paletton seems to be a really good website for that, one that I was using earlier today for colors.

I just started using HTML and CSS and it's honestly really fun. Even though I'm a beginner, I'll be happy to answer any questions you have if I can. Good luck