I started FCC in October (I think) and recently finished my responsive design cert and now on Javacript. Slowly understanding this new language.
However I’m also doing some challenges for HTML/CSS to keep my mind fresh. I’m getting frustrated as I still don’t know how to properly use flex-box grid without making a lot of mistakes and trying 10 things before one works.
I for some reason feel like I should be able to have the understanding to competently use them. I completed the Grid/flexbox mini games online and then went back to do them with minimal help. I know how flex-box works and can create what I need if it’s simple boxes but when you start dealing with real-world elements it all goes to pot.
Perhaps I’m getting ahead of myself but I wouldn’t even be able explain to someone how websites work with the servers etc, I’ve not even started learning that side yet/
I know there’s a lot to learn but it’s always good to know if you’re on the right track. I gave up on one challenge today because flex-box was annoying me and every change I was making was a guess really i.e I didn’t know why justify-content wasn’t working for one container.
Is there much HTML/CSS moving forward with the JS section?
TL;DR - Should I move forward with JS whilst focusing on HTML/CSS or focus on JS (assuming there’s enough CSS/HTML in the sections)