I know, this question sounds stupid. Many people will say that just follow the map and do all the challenges.
Any suggestions are welcomed.
If you’re interested in getting to know HTML and CSS better now, go for it!
Oh hey, thanks!!! I just don’t want to sound cocky, “OH I WOULDN’T FOLLOW THE TREND COS I AM SPECIAL” lol.
Nah, any time you get excited about something and want to learn more it’s a good thing. If you do FCC and nothing but FCC you won’t get very far.
Yeah, that’s how I feel. After reading some other docs and books I realised that FCC only opens a door for you. If you want to get serious, better grab those books and do some real project and then you will go places that you never able to be.
FCC introduces you to coding tools and concepts. It’s up to you to build a relationship with them.
My experience has been that FCC provides a good introduction to the technologies needed for modern web development, and my fellow campers opens up new ideas and keeps me motivated.
One such person is @P1xt who created the following study guide you might find useful.
Good luck on your FCC journey!
This is the second time I heard someone strongly recommend to avoid codepen.
IMHO CodePen isn’t a bad place to start since it does take out some of the complexity as you go through the earlier projects and challenges in the Front End Cert. However, what I found was that I got to the Advanced Challenges I had “outgrown” CodePen and was ready to start developing in an environment closer to what I would use in a true work setting.
I hope this helps.
I will carefully use those tools and trying to avoid being distracted. Thanks for the tips.
I really like your portfolio.As some positive critcism though, I think you should reduce the height of your grey header.Otherwise it is very impressive.
I will look into that! Thanks!!!