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CSS3 course will be retired in 30 days. Should I take it?

I just noticed the CSS3 course is going to be retired soon. Im working my way through the "Become a Web designer" roadmap so I am about to hit it.

Should I ignore the CSS3 course and take CSS foundations second edition?

3 Answers

Nikolaos Papathanassopoulos
Nikolaos Papathanassopoulos
10,322 Points

Why shouldn't you? Only because teamtreehouse decided to renew the tutorials doesn't make the content invalid. IMHO you can still learn many things from it.

To make sure you wont lose any Information i'd recommend to do both.

~ Nikos.

Alexander Smith
Alexander Smith
2,769 Points

Still going through CSS foundations second edition but it includes most of the CSS3 changes. Which is probably why they are removing the CSS3 course. I would say do whichever you have time for. If you're going to be able to rush through them do the CSS3 course since foundations isn't finished yet (second edition that is).

14,517 Points

I'd highly recommend doing both like Nikolaos said. It can't hurt and it will probably show you different methods of doing something. Either way their are major benefits to taking both, plus it's fresh on your mind for v2.