If your familiar with it, but are just “ok” I’d recommend going into it even as just a refresher. As one of my professors once said “Its better to be bored than confused”.
The only time I wouldn’t go into these sections is if you are in a massive pinch of time, and or have little to 0 plans of ever touching the front-end. In either of those situations skipping some parts, to focus on “what you what you want to learn” is probably better.
There isn’t a “correct” way, only a recommended way of going thru FCC. I personally skipped over some of the front-end challenges/projects so I could focus on the JS sections. I eventually did double back to get that “foundation” for front-end work, which is inevitable if your going into web development.
Good luck, keep learning
Right on thank you. Yeah I figured I too want to be a frontend software engineer so might as well get through it. Forsure I’ll just knock it out anyways!