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Steven Dytewski
Steven Dytewski
2,859 Points

Which course after Javascript Basics?

I completed HTML basics, CSS basics, and just finished Javascript Basics. I noticed when Javascript Basics was completed two suggestions came up: complete either "Javascript Basics" or "Javascript Loops, Arrays, and Objects." However, if I go back to resume the Front End Development track it suggests "CSS Layouts." I'm confused about which is the best course to take at this point especially since Javascript is so challenging!

Also, I noticed if I look at the Front End Developer track the order has changed since I updated the course.

2 Answers

Salma C
Salma C
12,085 Points

I've had this issue with tracks over the last few days too! I've sent an email to help@teamtreehouse.com with a screenshot of the issue, hopefully they'll fix it soon. In the meantime, I've found that the easiest way to continue with the track after finishing a course is to go back to Home and follow the suggested link for your track there. Or navigate to Tracks, then scroll down to the track you were on. Good luck with the rest of your track!

Seth Kroger
Seth Kroger
56,403 Points

Your next step does depend on what track you're on. If you are just focusing on JavaScript, then Loops, Arrays and Objects would be your next step. In the Full-Stack JavaScript track it would be your next course. The Front-End track covers a broader number of languages (HTML, CSS and JS) and hops between them as you go. It's just a different path.