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Well, im going throw css foundations and i want to be sure that im learining effectlively. So im going throw the css foundation tutorials and everytime i finish a chaper eg child elements , i dotn know if i would really remember it after i move on to next chapers , i dont want to learn and forget and then go back again on every single one, i know i will come back for some but i dont want for all.
So is it good to go and do all this tutorials and later on on the course Web Developer , one with websites , i would make a website with Nick or Guil and then i start to get things better in my head and it would be a revision that will make everyting solid?
Dane ParchmentTreehouse Moderator 11,074 Points
The best way to learn is by doing, so after every tutorial, try things out on your own, experiment a bit, that way you won't forget what it is you are learning. If you really are having problems remembering, then just take notes as you are watching the videos, in a journal a notebook, so that you can look back at your notes if you forget things.
Thank You very much , ill gonna take notes and ill try to use what i learned .
Uhh, i hope it will be fun since i did quite a bit of it : P but thank you , ill buy a notepad and ill keep al the notes there :) you too, have fun learning :)