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CSS1 and CSS2 version differences

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Hi,

I would like to know CSS1 and CSS2 version differences and similarities. Any ideas, suggestions, links, resources highly appreciated. Thanks in advance
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When you learn css1 and css2, start learning css3 which is very powerful tool.
In many cases instead creating effects in your graphic software or apply long javascript code, you can use simple css code to get same effects.
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Please grant the points and close the question, thanks :-)
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To be clear here: I'm not asking for grant the points to me, but generally.
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>>>When you learn css1 and css2, start learning css3 which is very powerful tool
you mean if i learn latestcss3 no need of learning older versions.
css3  is the latest version compared to css1, css2?
please advise
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You definitely need to learn CSS2 before you jump into CSS3. Once you get the hand of CSS2 it won't be much difficult to catch up with CSS2.
Having a know-how on CSS1 is not bad either, if you ever need to cater an audience that still use old software/hardware this would come in handy.
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>>>Once you get the hand of CSS2 it won't be much difficult to catch up with CSS2.

you mean

Once you get the hand of CSS2 it won't be much difficult to catch up with CSS3

right. Please clarify
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Oops, typo. I meant to say "Once you get the hang of..."

When you familiarize your self with CSS2 which is we all have been (and still is) using, it's just a matter of learning the "what's new" part to get your self upgraded to CSS3.
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