When comparing Khan Academy vs CSS-Tricks, the Slant community recommends CSS-Tricks for most people. In the question“What are the best resources to learn CSS?” CSS-Tricks is ranked 5th while Khan Academy is ranked 10th.
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Khan Academy is 100% free and does not require you to sign up in order to access the courses.
Pro Motivation through gamification
Users collect badges and points through completing missions, watching videos, adding comments and more.
Pro Q & A Section
There is a Q & A section after every video where you can ask questions there and let other users answer them.
Pro Codepen makes code review easy
Pro Examples are well explained
All posts, whether they are written by Chris Coyier or a guest blogger, are very clear and well explained. Each example has code snippets with easy-to-follow explanations of the code and theory behind the specific concept. Possible issues you may run into with the code are often addressed, so you know how to tackle bugs that may pop up.
Pro Frequently updated
CSS-Tricks is extremely active, being updated every day or two with a new blog post. Despite the frequency of the posts, the quality always remains high.
Con Limited programming courses
Con Not a good starting place for a complete beginner
CSS-Tricks does not follow the structure of a traditional tutorial, starting at the basics and gradually increasing in difficulty.
Instead, each blog post addresses a specific topic (such as responsive images, debugging keyframe animations etc.). Therefore it's better suited to someone who has already been introduced to CSS and is looking for more info on a specific topic, or wants to discover new concepts.