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completing courses not in order?
That's simply to make you stay on track in the Track.
If you want to do courses that are further ahead in the track, you can find them in the library.
Ken AlgerTreehouse Teacher
In conjunction to Bryan's answer, the Tracks are designed for people with little to no experience on the various subject matters. One of the great things about Treehouse is the ability to go to the Library and pick and choose courses that are of interest to you personally. You can also take the courses in order utilizing the Tracks, and switch tracks should your interests change. Great way flexibility that way.
If I complete courses not part of the "track", will it still keep track of my progress and allow me to earn points? Because Ive done a few of the intro to programming courses and they aren't showing up?
For example I skipped the CSS course and went into the programming, and even though I completed the first few lessons its still greyed out?
I dont know maybe its just me haha, its a some what confusing, redundant layout? why wouldn't you just be able to move around the track as you please as opposed to having to click through the library to essentially... move around the track as you please?
ok the java script points and completion are showing up now, you were right it just took a little while :)