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HTML How to Make a Website Beginning HTML and CSS Introduction to HTML and the Portfolio Project

Julian Laub
Julian Laub
1,982 Points

Is webdevelopment the Right Track?

I already know the fundamentals of cuss and html, so I'm not sure the track is worth doing. I don't know what I don't know though, so how could I find out if it's right for me and if there is some advanced front end with more libraries etc.

1 Answer

Learning coding
Learning coding
Front End Web Development Techdegree Student 9,937 Points

If you first scan, or review the basic courses of the track you will get more aware of your starting point in knowledge and skills. Then you can scan the track and pick the intermediate, or advanced subjects to progress on new skills. That will give an understanding of the knowledge that you can gain. Maybe a bit of an obvious answer, but this is what I would do.