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Do I have to......
Do I have to finish all of HTML to move onto CSS?
I am going to help my cousins brother make a website and I need to know CSS to do it.
I just need to know
Josh BrabyFront End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 13,273 Points
I would recommend taking the time to go through the HTML Basics to get to know it first, in my opinion it's a pre-requisite for CSS Basics.
altuğ ankarali7,394 Points
If you are sure about understanding html move to css. So here is my advice, Open your browser developer tool and check the html source of this page. If there is anything that you are not familiar with it, go to html course if you understood everything just move css course :)
Technically you can skip ahead as much as you would like, but understanding some of the features of HTML elements will greatly help you in working with CSS. It's really up to you if you feel comfortable jumping ahead or not.
You can look at MDN(Mozilla Developer Network) website check that you know fundamentals and go to CSS course.
Hey! If I was you, I would take a quick overview of the whole course to ensure and verify your knowledge for HTML Basics. Like others have said, if you think you're ready for CSS, go ahead.