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I have a question about the correct "track" to choose
I just finished the beginner course on Code Academy for HTML5/CSS3. I have a good understanding of HTML Elements and How they are styled with CSS. I am still a beginner though and do not want to miss out on any important information. I started the Web Design track it is starting from the very ground up. Any Suggestions?
Kalen Loncar8,743 Points
There is no "correct" track. If you signed up for this site to learn to build web apps, then that obviously wouldn't be the right track. It just depends on what you want to be able to do with your code. If you want to design websites, then yes that would be the right track. Most people follow a track because with the hope that they will be able to land a job in the same field.
If you just don't know, I would spend some time researching what you can do with each language, and see what appeals to you.
Kalen Loncar8,743 Points
Thank you for saying that Jason Anello .
Orlando Retana , snide?? You do realize that I took 5 minutes out of my day to answer your question, do you not? I'm not getting paid to answer forum questions, I do it in my free time. The reason you got such a general answer is because you asked too general of a question. Had you asked, "How can I deepen my understanding of HTML and CSS?" I would have given an answer similar to Dustin Matlock . If you don't like what someone on the forum has to say, simply ignore it. The purpose of the forum is to help another with their troubles on the website, which is the only thing I attempted to do. The fact that you can not see the "patience" in this post is bothering. The patience was in my post to try and explain the purpose of the tracks, to someone who obviously took no time researching on their own and jumped straight to the forums. The patience is taking the time to write this second post.
There is no need for disrespect.