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Raulis Pranckevicius1,894 Points
Question about Front end dev track update!
I finished doing the first course which is "How to make a Website", but I also seen that there has been an update that removed that course from the track and introduced a new one I believe called "HTML Basics". I think that that they'r kind of similar and go through few of the same topics, so my question is should I continue with "CSS Basics" or should I take a step down and take my time going through the new course that was added to the track? Thanks!!!
Also compare them apples to apples if they are essentially the same then yes, go ahead to CSS. But if there is a section of the HTML that is entirely changed or updated you may want to take time to go through it again. At worst, its a reinforcement of what you already know and may clear up some gaps, at best you learn something new and are better prepared for the CSS course.
Also - if you are on a track, make sure to validate whether or not your first round of the course still counts towards completion. If not, then yes - retake it so your "end game" completion target isn't affected.
Tommy LengFront End Web Development Techdegree Student 12,417 Points
It's up to you if you feel like you need more time to understand HTML more then do the HTML Basics. Else dive into CSS.