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Should I do the JavaScript Basics or HTML Forms next?

I'm on the Front End Web Development track and will be completing the second course (CSS basics) later today. Next up is JavaScript Basics, then HTML Forms.

My question is; does it make more sense to do HTML forms before JavaScript Basics? Thanks in advance.

2 Answers

Hi Shaun,

unless you have a dire need to use forms I would just follow the plan. They are teaching JS next because you use it in the HTML forms course.

Hope that helps!

Thanks Shawn, that makes a lot of sense. Just finished the CSS so I think it's time to take day and play with this stuff and see if anything from these first two course (HTML and CSS) has stuck.