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HTML How to Make a Website Adding Pages to a Website Style New Pages

Kurt Lyell
Kurt Lyell
2,892 Points

Proper order in tracks for "How to build a website"

So for this track there is a link to another track. https://teamtreehouse.com/library/css-layout-techniques

It says to check out this video, in what order should I work on these tracks? Should I finish "how to build a website" then jump back to the css layout track, or just go right into the track when its linked?

1 Answer

Mark Pryce
Mark Pryce
8,804 Points

Personally I don't like to leave things half way through, (though you can come back to it.)

The truth is you will probably cover all these courses at some point, so the order in which you do them is of little relevance because you need to understand one to understand the other ( in regards to html and css.)

The most important thing is to grasp the fundamentals and truly understand the content being taught.

This is just my preference, everyone varies and everybody learns in different ways :)

Happy coding!