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Emily Larcher
Emily Larcher
220 Points

Where should I go from here?

So I have built the basic webpage in the webpage course, but I would like to expand more, and start to build websites professionally any css/ html course and am I good enough to get into java script?

4 Answers

Bill Hinostroza
Bill Hinostroza
19,273 Points

If you got the hand of html you should try doing the Treehouse Club -CSS which recently came out.

Once, you're done with that. Put yourself up to the test of creating your own personal site with html and css.

Once you know what each code does by memory you can move on to javascript which is a little bit more challenging than html and css but practice makes perfect! Take the Front-End Development Track which slowly introduces you to programming.

Joe Dayvie
Joe Dayvie
11,956 Points

Howdy - I would personally start with Web Design and/or Front End Web Development Tracks. I recently started myself and even though I had a basic understanding of HTML & CSS, its been a nice refresher on most and greater understanding of the rest. Aspects which I did not know were easy to learn. Also if you want to get into Javascript, you have to pass a heavy amount of CSS geared topics - Good Luck! =)

idan ben yair
idan ben yair
10,288 Points

Hi Emily, definitely finsh the web design track and after you will finish that I recommend building a website or 2, going in to the process of learning how to set up a domain and making a website live, after you get the basic understanding of how to use CSS and HTML and you know how to manage a website move on to JavaScript, you don't need to be a genius for that, trust me :)

Good luck!

I started with the web design track - covers html & css plus a lot of other useful topics. Then moved on to the front end development track - is a bit more advanced and covers javascript/jquery & more.

The tracks are a useful guide and I'd definitely recommend them if you are new to all this but you can also just choose any course you'd like from the library.

Hope this helps!