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General Discussion

Learning Adventures vs. Courses: Where to start?

Hi guys :), I'm new to Treehouse. I need someone to point me to the best direction.

I want to learn web design but I can't decide whether I should take a Learning Adventure on Web Design or like take an HTML and CSS Course or some kind of beginner Project. Although I already know the basics of HTML and CSS I still want to learn from the ground up with you guys, so please give your suggestions.

Do Learning Adventures cover Course's material? What is the difference?

Thanks!

2 Answers

The Web Design learning adventure includes all the HTML and CSS you would learn in the HTML/CSS course. It included additional courses on design, business and front end programming as well as some projects.

If you are more interested in Web Development, that learning adventure includes all the CSS and HTML as well as courses on programming and back end development.

Oh I see, so Learning Adventures basically cover everything you need to know, Thanks! I know where to start now.