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Thanks and a question

I would like to thank everyone works in Treehouse and I have one question:

Is there quality check for every thing published in courses? I mean do you follow good standard practice? or will pick up anything that considered bad practice in design or development?


1 Answer

Chase Lee
Chase Lee
29,275 Points

Treehouse does show you some bad practice stuff.

But it is just so you know how to use it if you, by any chance encounter it but they will tell if it is.

For an example inline styles. In one of the CSS Foundations videos by Guil Hernandez, he teaches you about all the different ways you can apply styles to your markup.

Hope that answers you question.

Chase Lee
Chase Lee
29,275 Points

Sorry that I'm not very clear. I hope you still understand it.