Incomplete HTML knowledge

Incomplete HTML knowledge
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#1

I have recently finished the fcc HTML course but I don’t feel like I can make the new Facebook or something. I feel like I have not learned all the commands and the different ways of doing things in HTML. I know fcc has this “Read-Search-Ask” philosophy but… Is it just me? Do I just need more practice? Has any of you had a similar problem when learning HTML?

PS. Does anyone have any cheat sheets for programming languages?


#2

HTML is the very basics of web development. If you finished the FCC HTML course then you probably know enough to start learning some CSS and JavaScript which will involve a lot of HTML as well.

So don’t worry, you’ll have plenty of time to practice and become familiar with all the HTML elements out there!


#3

The HTML taught in the FCC map/test is just a very, very, VERY small sampling. It’s only enough to meet the user stories of the 1st challenge (Tribute page).

But I’d suggest you pick a book or an online course, or w3schools.com to learn more about the other html markups and how to use them.


#4

Thanks a lot. This site sure helps. :slight_smile:


#5

Yes, don’t think of FCC training as comprehensive. It’s enough to get you going with the basics and you are expected to keep learning and seeking out other sources. A lot of the learning will just come from using it and running into problems where you need to look up an answer.