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General Discussion


It would be great if Treehouse Team can make a new section called "Glossary", where to be all of the code for an programming language just like the definitions under the videos. Example:

<p> = creates a paragraph 
Begins with Selector  [att^="val"]

I mean that the students need a glossary where to find all the code to use.

2 Answers

That would never work. They would spend too much time updating it with new content, they would be unable to create more learning content. There is only one place you should go for definitions and that's to the official docs for that language.

For instance html

This way the information is as up to date as possible and also accurate

ps. how did you get an animated profile image. Is it just a gif on gravatar?

Yes, it is just a gif image.