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Improvement suggestion

Hi Guys,

Been learning here for a couple of months and got my first web dev job for a friend. I love the way Treehouse teaches.

However, it would make it so much easier to come aback and review videos if there were a list of the selectors covered in the CSS deep dive section.

For example, on the page: Library> Websites> CSS Foundations> Values and Units if there was a list of selectors covered in each video at the bottom of the page, or under each video heading, or a <hover> drop-down under each vid.

This would make it soo much easier to review exactly what I need rather than spending 30 minutes searching to find what I need.

Thanks again for a great site!

2 Answers

Andrew Pritykin
Andrew Pritykin
6,574 Points

I see where Nathanael is coming from. I agree it would be a lot easier to be able to look up a specific video in a previous series that went over a topic or major point. I too have found myself looking back through 2 entire videos to find a specific part that treehouse went over. Is this a pain?....yes, but it is a great way to make sure you refresh yourself on what else is needed that lead to a situation.

James Barnett
James Barnett
39,199 Points

Sounds like a very useful feature indeed.

In the meantime, Treehouse does have a search function which might help narrow down which video the topic is covered in. Then there are transcripts on the page with the video, so you can find the exact time the topic is covered by using your browser's find function on that page.

At least that's how I do it, when I need to find a topic in one of the Treehouse videos.