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Tom Mertz
Tom Mertz
15,254 Points

Questions about paths from a beginner


I was wondering what is the normal way to "consume" the treehouse lessons. Right now, I am kinda just going through the web designer learning adventure and going down the list. There is so much under the library that I'm not sure what to click!

Is the bonus content meant to complement the learning adventures, or is it more advanced to be completed afterwards? And will I do the website projects from the library inside my current adventure or should I do those alongside it?

Also, how long do the learning adventures take, and should I do multiple ones? Or will they go back to the beginning and overlap beginner content that I've already learned?

Thanks for any help you can give. I'm going to keep on my web design adventure for now :)

2 Answers

i am doing the html lessons such as smells like bakin' tutorials now im on deep dives so i am doing html first then everything else in order.

one language at a time.

Juliana Minium
Juliana Minium
Front End Web Development Techdegree Student 10,643 Points

Ditto what Jake Simon said. I'm just working my way down the Become a Web Designer Learning Adventure. I'm almost finished with HTML Deep Dives. Eventually, I'll be lead to "island two" in Website Waters, Build a Responsive Website. I don't plan to look into the Bonus Material until I've readed the "Finish Line." I figured they put them at the bottom of the Learning Adventure page, after the Finish Line, for a reason.

yea this site is the best, it's like sesame street for web devs lol im really close to being addicted to this website.

Tom Mertz
Tom Mertz
15,254 Points

Thanks for the thoughts, I'm liking the site a lot too :)