by Joe Turner
“Many of us learn by seeing. That’s how we all learned how to talk and even read. Many programming books do this nowadays: they show you example code, and you can usually understand what is going on. This was the idea Cultured Code had when creating Xyle scope, because this is exactly what it does: it allows you to learn CSS by seeing it.
For those of you who don’t know about CSS, I will quickly explain it. A while ago, all Web programmers had to program all of their styles (fonts, colors, positioning) in HTML, which was really annoying. So, CSS was created to address this problem. Instead of having to individually add styles, you create styles that you can apply to certain parts of your Web page, or even the whole thing. It gets better with every update, which is a reason that the quality of Websites has gone up over time.”