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General Discussion

what to do with practice projects?

Hey everyone, for practice I am building html/css pages mostly single landing type pages trying to hone the basics. Some of them are starting to look decent. Are people linking them directly to there portfolio page? or do most people do like a case study/write up almost as if a report of the page and what the "customer" was looking for? like a blog write up? does that make sense?

thanks Justin

1 Answer

grant Mitchell
grant Mitchell
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I love to make them on my computer and run them, I have a editor called atom its really cool. You should try saving files on your computer. I know I don't use any of tree houses resources, because I find it better having the files on my desktop, that way I could run them offline.