I'm hoping you guys may be able to help me out on this one: Apparently a couple of clients have requested websites to be designed using CSS, I deal with very little web design as I mostly work in print however I have a pretty good knowledge of HTML but in fact none in CSS, so I am pretty stressed out and I cannot afford to lose these briefs. I am quite happy to do these websites, if these were created from purely HTML which wouldn't be a problem otherwise, but I have zilch experience in CSS. I've been browsing around the web and researching how to learn CSS from scratch at a beginner's level, the downside is the information from various sources are contradicting - telling me to do this and some telling me to do the other - making me confused and less confident. It annoys me when I read around the web and in magazines of savvy designers going on about getting involved with CSS like it is "oh so easy peasy" which I got the impression CSS was far easier to deal with than HTML but it was definitely not the case for other people because otherwise everybody would be doing this and there would not be much demand for web designers... After trying out a few tutorials, I felt a bit disheartened finding I cannot design web pages using CSS very well and would like to be successful in this area. Sadly I am not a quick learner which I envy people who are. So does anyboody know of any tutorial sites and learning materials of CSS at an extremely easy/basic level to begin with because I am a quite slow learner? Many thanks!