Question from the ultimate beginner to programming world

is the html basics taught here enough to move on to css because theres so much more in html and iam preety new though

Yes, the HTML lessons that Free Code Camp provides you with prepares you for learning CSS. They also have thorough HTML and CSS tutorial videos on YouTube.

https://www.w3schools.com/ is a good resource too. With all three of these tools, you should have no problem working through the HTML and CSS classes on here :slight_smile: Good luck!

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I agree with decoded-universe, W3 Schools, and YouTube + MDN Docs are amazing resources to learn. I use FreeCodeCamp’s Youtube Tutorials and I learned alot of HTML/CSS. I learned to code a few months ago and it is a tough journey but it’s a good thing, Happy Coding!

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html is massive. But freeCodeCamp teaches you enough (that 20% you use 80% of the times) and also gives you enough knowledge to search what you need on the documentation (devdocs.io for example). Also CSS is massive. but same thing, freeCodeCamp gives the basics.

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thank you the help its people like you who motivates me to learn

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