To make your WordPress blog amazing, CSS is the fundamental secret and knowledge you should be equipped with, from laying out beautifully responsive designs to coding simple tweaks.

Following tutorials from WPMU blog will have you got covered with some really helpful tips.

Understanding CSS3 Flexbox for Clean, Hack-Free Responsive Design

Remember how hard it used to be to vertically center content on your site? If you’re struggling with the words “used to be” in that last sentence, you obviously haven’t cottoned onto flexbox yet and need to read it.

10 Simple Tips for Learning CSS for WordPress

Learning CSS can be overwhelming, especially when you don’t know where to start and what terms to search for when you get stuck. This tutorial will show you the workflow and tips to help you get started.

A Mega Guide to Learning and Referencing CSS for WordPress: 150+ Resources

In this post the author has curated this selection of some of their favorite resources for learning and referencing CSS and related languages and preprocessors, such as Bootstrap, SASS and LESS. So browse, bookmark.

Using CSS3 Media Queries for a Responsive WordPress Design

A responsive design for your WordPress site is no longer optional – it’s a necessity. At least, it is according to Google’s updated algorithm, which penalizes site’s that aren’t fully optimized for mobile devices.
In this post, they’ll go through the steps you need to take to make your website responsive with CSS3.

Score Quick Style Wins with These CSS Animation Tools for WordPress

The modern web surfer wants something to catch her eye. But with so many cool sites and distractions on the web, it’s getting tougher to capture their attention. What’s a web-developer to do?!

Animation can help.

25 Expert Tips for Cleaner CSS Coding for WordPress

The tips in this post will help you level up your CSS knowledge and write clutter-free and optimized CSS, making you a better all-around WordPress developer.

Adding Custom Fonts to WordPress with @Font-Face and CSS3

Whether you’re creating a new WordPress theme or simply customizing one, custom fonts can help freshen your theme’s style. Luckily, adding your own choice of fonts is relatively easy using the CSS3 @font-face rule.