New Poll: How Much CSS Do You Already Know?

Published March 17, 2009 by saurav.roy.

Hey everyone, I’ve posted a new poll in the footer of the website, and I’d appreciate if you’d take a second or two (literally) and answer the question du jour: how much CSS do you already know?

This is a chance for me to get to know you, my audience, a little bit better. It will also help me do my darnedest to produce the sort of content that you would find most useful. So! Are you a true CSS newbie, already a big deal in the CSS world, or somewhere in between? Let me know in the poll below!

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Also, here are the results from the last poll, which asked, “what do you want to see on CSS Newbie in 2009?”:

  • 59% of the voters wanted more long, tutorial-style articles.
  • 43.4% wanted more short, quick tip articles.
  • 33.7% requested more entry-level, CSS-specific articles.
  • 31.3% wanted more advanced and non-CSS articles.
  • 24.1% wanted to see video tutorials and tips.
  • 19.3% were looking for a forum to help find solutions.
  • 12% wanted an email newsletter to stay in touch.

(note: these add up to more than 100% because people could choose more than one option)

So obviously, the overwhelming answer is: more articles! Long, short, entry-level, and advanced… it seems there’s an audience for all four. And since I try to offer a combination of all four currently, that is a very encouraging result to see. And the other three — video tutorials, forums, and an email newsletter — were all desired by more than 10% of the respondents. Obviously I have a lot of planning to do!

So thanks everyone for participating in the last poll, and please take a second to give me your responses on this one!