The HTML/CSS one was pretty straightforward, felt like I understood most of it, nothing was too complicated. Just a lot of stuff but I feel like if you ask me to build a landing page right now I’d be able to do it.
It feels like my brain is fried and I was just pressing buttons. It’s a weird feeling to describe, I feel like I’m not ready for the next step. Is it normal?
I’m wondering if I should just re-do it, or if I’m just falling into the tutorial hell trap and I should keep on going and eventually it will all “click”.
I felt the same way with the fried brain.
I feel like going through these lessons a few times is worth the time.
Also not every section is “harder” than the last section.
Even the experts often use references to either confirm or to refresh their memory on how something is done.
You will definitely get there, too.
HI @yewth !
What you are experiencing is completely normal.
HTML and CSS are markup languages.
While CSS can get complicated in real world applications, most people are able to learn the basics.
So learning programming basics and learning how to thinking algorithmically will be a very different experience then HTML and CSS.
Just try to take it day by day.
Hope that helps
Sounds good, I’ll go through it a second time, can’t hurt
Here’s a tip from my learning experience:
Maybe you will notice the same progress, it is for sure encouraging.