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General Discussion

What order should HTML classes be taken in?

I'm starting with the 'Build a Simple Website' track, but just noticed that there are two other tracks listed before this one. Would it have been better to start with one of those?

3 Answers

John Locke
John Locke
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Hi joanhelm3: 'Build A Simple WebSite' is a great place to start. You can easily branch out from there.

Alright, thanks for the info John.

I agree with John, it's a good way to get your "feet wet" with HTML, so to speak. From there you can branch out to cover topics in more detail, but for now stick with the current path and get a general idea of HTML.