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HTML Deep Dive finished! What next? Where should I go now?

I have just finished the HTML deep dive? I thought the website might point me towards what I should do next? I'm a complete beginner and enjoying the Treehouse website but what would you recommend I do next?

6 Answers

James Barnett
James Barnett
39,199 Points

Mark James -

If you are looking for more HTML practice check out this list of HTML exercises

If you need to look up a tag check out HTML Dog

Once you are feeling more confident try and re-create this website

source: http://www.teaching-materials.org/htmlcss-1day/lesson3/exercise_descrip.html

Once you are done practicing your HTML, follow along with the learn HTML & CSS track.

That's brilliant, thanks James. Just what I needed!!

I can see you have done this before! Just Brilliant

Mivka Mathieu
Mivka Mathieu
3,162 Points

Join a career track. They will tell you exactly what path to follow depending with that you want to do with the info you learn here. Take care! :)

Maybe CSS Deepdive

Thanks for your help? I have had a good look around and can see what I could do next but I don't really feel that confident to be able to move on to something else so fast. Should I stick with the basics of HTML and practice what I have learnt before moving on to something else? Thanks

Mohammed Elagouz
Mohammed Elagouz
2,162 Points

a good practice and nice entrance to CSS would be build a simple website : http://teamtreehouse.com/library/build-a-simple-website

Thanks Mohammed

That's a better photo!