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CSS

Alexander Strand
Alexander Strand
9,536 Points

What should I start after completing the Front-End track? I started the Sass track, but felt unfamiliar with the css.

Hello. Which track/course should I start after completing the Front-End track? I started the Sass track, but felt unfamiliar with the css. (&, <, > selectors). Should I watch CSS foundations?

Thanks in advance! /Alex

2 Answers

Hm...since you have a good knowlege about front-end... What about learning atleast one back-end language :D (php/ruby(Rails)/python(Django/Flask)) to see all sides about programming websites/web applications.

I would learn php since php runs ~75% -80% of all websites at the moment Also php is still stronger in europe (Ruby is a little bit hyped...and gets a little bit stronger every year but it can still not really compete with php...because php is too much rooted in the business over the years and has a much bigger community).

Also if you want to do something with wordpress you might get in touch with php

Alexander Strand
Alexander Strand
9,536 Points

Hey Tobias. I am working on a front-end project now and it would be fun to break it up with php learning.

Thanks for the tip! /Alex