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HTML Introduction to HTML and CSS Getting Familiar with HTML and CSS Welcome to HTML and CSS

Joshua Bowden
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Joshua Bowden
Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree Graduate 29,312 Points

I know a bit of HTML, CSS, Java Script, and jQuery already. Is there a more advanced starting class?

I know a bit of HTML, CSS, Java Script, and jQuery already. Is there a more advanced starting class? I would like to start at a place that will be relevant to me.

7 Answers

Ryan McFarlane
Ryan McFarlane
14,105 Points

I already had experience with HTML & CSS when I started but I still did everything in the track because the badges are nice to have and I wanted to make sure that I know everything that I should

You could however, just do the courses you want from the Library

Martin Jones
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Martin Jones
Front End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 43,232 Points

Yeah I agree with Ryan, I think it is definitely worth recapping, there are always some nice little extra things you pick up along the way and you will likely fly through them as well.

Stuart Wright
Stuart Wright
41,102 Points

I also started out at Treehouse with some knowledge in these areas. For the most basic courses (such as Introduction to HTML and CSS), I just jumped straight to the quizzes and challenges. If I could do them, great, but if not I'd go back and watch the videos. There's nothing wrong with just watching everything as suggested by others - I guess it just depends how much time you have.

Stuart Wright
Stuart Wright
41,102 Points

Yes - you get the badge for each stage where all quizzes and challenges are completed. The videos are optional.

Ryan McFarlane
Ryan McFarlane
14,105 Points

You won't get as many points though as each video is 1 point

am starting the track again , sometimes when you learn something and review it again , then it will be easy to memorize with more practice .