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Adam Akers
Adam Akers
7,357 Points

At what point should I move on to learn Javascript?

So I've been learning HTML and CSS for the past two weeks. I've built clones of three sites, although they are very basic I am becoming more and more comfortable with CSS layout, some selectors etc.. I have been using media queries the last two sites and using the mobile first approach but I'm not sure if I'm doing stuff correctly. I'm not sure if my code is good because I haven't posted it online. I have not used any tools like HTML5 Boilerplate, Bootstrap, Flexbox or SASS. Man, I'm getting kind of overwhelmed haha.

At what point would you recommend learning Javascript? Should I try to get better at CSS and learn the technologies I mentioned earlier first? I haven't dabbled one bit with any JS yet.

1 Answer

Jason Anders
Jason Anders
Treehouse Moderator 145,858 Points

Hey Adam,

I'd recommend doing the Front-End Web Development Track as this will take you through a specific route through HTML, CSS and JavaScrip.

All the tracks on Treehouse are designed to take you on the most beneficial order of courses to maximize the learning and understanding.