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Josh Friedman
Josh Friedman
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Class notes!

Hey all,

Loving treehouse so far. I took comp sci in college freshman year and hated it. Now that I'm in the workforce and bumping up more and more against interactive jobs, I really regret not learning programming and web development earlier. Treehouse is helping me out big time.

I've started the Web Designer learning adventrue and have completed the HTML deep dive and halfway through the CSS deep dive, and I've learned a lot. IT would be a fantastic help though, if there were short "notes" or cheatsheets to download after the lectures. I am grasping the content, but the terminology, selectors, modifiers, class, attribute, etc etc -- they are hard to keep track of. I'd feel a lot better if I could review them, and their meaning / relationship to each other via an at a glance reference.


1 Answer

I think CSS Trick's and HTML Dog may be what your looking for.

Thanks carman, I'm sure this will come in handy down the road :)