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I make a few assumptions of what you already know for the material in this course. So let's take a minute to make sure we're on the same page. animations are a fun new addition to CSS, but they're probably not the best place to start learning CSS. You want a basic working knowledge of HTML and CSS coming into this course. This course will focus on the syntax and use of animation related properties, but we won't be covering the underlying CSS and HTML in the examples in great detail. I also assume that you are somewhat familiar with newer CSS properties like transform.
But don't worry if you haven't used it extensively, you don't need to be a CSS transforms expert by any stretch. If you're new to web design or don't feel you have enough background knowledge of HTML and CSS, you might want to check out some of the more introductory lynda.com courses, like CSS Fundamentals, CSS: Page Layouts, or HTML Essential Training. These courses have been created especially for new web designers and will give you a great foundation to start this course on, if you don't have it already.
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