So many many years ago I started to play around with HTML CSS and a little PHP after not being that comfortable with it I lost focus and found myself losing interest and moving on towards more photo editing / photography work.
Skip forward a few years (10-12) and I have rekindled my love for web development. With this in mind I subscribed to Lynda.com and after watching must be 30-40 hours of videos covering HTML5 and the core concepts of CSS also the basics of responsive design. I am starting to feel more comfortable with the languages, now however Im unsure what to do next. Do I watch 9 hours on site layout using css and html or do I focus more on the basics of HTML5 before I concentrate on the layout, or will learning the layout also increase my knowledge in HTML5.
Don’t get me started on responsive design? I mean its like a mind field, dose one need to use a grid system? Is it best to make your own? Or use a boilerplate such and bootstrap? By using bootstrap are you not going against HTML5 semantic layout?
Sorry for the rant guys just could do with some direction.