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Time allocation - HTML&CSS / PHP
I have been learning HTML&CSS for the past few months, here on treehouse. I made a few sites with Twitter bootstrap which I really liked using. I also created a few from scratch. I have the hang of it but I am no where near being a master of HTML&CSS.
My aim when joining treehouse was to be able to take the ideas I have and turn them into something real... even if it was only a MVP.
Will I learn more functional HTML&CSS when learning PHP? I should mention that I have tried PHP&RoR. I found PHP enjoyable and I seemed to get the hang of the basic stuff. RoR was a little more daunting and I did not take much away from it.
Basically, is it worth my time continuing with Frontend or should I start transitioning my learning to backend too?
Thanks in advance!
Cameron Cottle13,742 Points
ETA: BTW you have a lot more in CSS and HTML than I do and I'm stuck on some of the CSS because it just isn't clicking yet. I am pretty sure you know enough to learn php.
Thanks a lot guys. I sat down and re-wrote my goals and it became clear what I wanted to focus my time and energy on.