After over two years of working in jobs which have required me to use CSS competently, I feel like I can say that I’ve “mastered” CSS. I don’t think I’ll ever memorize the entire specification, but I am at a level now where I feel I can tackle any CSS task given to me and be able to solve it on my own, or use references efficiently to guide me. 8 months ago
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How I did it: Quirksmode.org's compatibility tables really helped with this - great for cross-browser issues.
The more projects I took on, the better I got with selectors and psuedo-class selectors; these helped me apply the CSS effects I wanted with a lot less repetition and overriding.