W3Schools isn't bad for HTML, as HTML is for beginning beginners, but it isn't great for CSS. It gives you the jist on how it works, but you'll never get to do anything with it that you couldn't already do with HTML. Then again, there are a lot of websites out there that don't do a justice for what CSS can do.
I suppose I agree with you there. Most of my learning was wondering how a certain site did it, looking at their code, going 'oohhhhh,' and trying to apply it to practice with it and understand how it works. Some sites (like AG2 is, I think) like to use pictures rather than coding. However, I like showing that I have the skill to code something and have it work the way I want it to.
That said, IE is possibly my biggest Achilles Heel since most of the earlier versions of IE - which it seems those who have somewhat obsolete computers have to use the earlier versions very often use (but they still won't get a browser that actually is advanced from the early IEs and function on those computers) - it makes it really hard to develop your website for a majority of the population to enjoy. I know AG has had some problems involving IE in the past.
IE8 and previous versions might have a little CSS3 and HTML5 support, but the lack of what they do support is a bit staggering. I couldn't even create rounded edges on tables before IE9, and probably many people still haven't upgraded to IE9 *cough*becausethey'reignorant*cough*. I haven't really attempted to make any websites that can be distributed for the whole World Wide Web to judge yet. I have looked a bit into support for it, but it still practically looks like crap in IE. *sigh*
That said, explore, take notes, and practice what you see. Perhaps look at a more organized site's code and see what sort of CSS options they use. (Google and AG are not really suggested, since most of the code is on one line, which looks pretty sloppy but is easier for adjustment and... Iduno. Most of what you may notice, though, are visually obvious, so it just looking for something that pops out at you would probably be enough.)
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