I think regardless of what you do, you should always keep FCC in a tab and use it as a map and course direction.
Seeing and using the map tab is one of the most useful things I have ever come across! Not only that, I’ve made it compulsory for me to actually complete each of the steps in the map. Even if I know what to do on that particular exercise, I still do it as it’s good to make it repetitive in my mind.
That’s a drawn out answer but I’m basically saying don’t stop using FCC regardless! This way you’re not stopping and starting and constantly going from one learning platform to another. The explanations aren’t the best, but i actually don’t think they were written to be so, hence using other resources alongside FCC.
I’ve checked net ninja out and I’m going to be referencing his videos more for situations where I’m perhaps struggling to grasp certain concepts where FCC don’t fully explain WHY I’m doing a certain thing.
I guess what it comes down to is not over burdening yourself with everything that’s out there. As the guys above mentioned, stick to one core learning application. Then use 2-3 other resources when stuck or you feel you need extra time with to fully understand why you’re doing something.
I mention above that I wasn’t too into CodeCademy, though I’m currently re-doing the html & CSS from the beginning! Really because although FCC explain everything well, the reasons for doing things are perhaps explained better with CodeCademy.
Basically TLDR; Stick to one core resource (FCC totally recommended) this way you aren’t stopping and starting like you mentioned. Then use and importantly, limit yourself to only 2-3 other resources to reference things you might be stuck on. Though nothings to say they can’t change in the future!
I’m using FCC and referencing different CodeCademy exercises when I need a better grasp on things. Then net ninja. That’s literally it. Once you move onto to learn JS and everything else, you’ll already know exactly what to use as other points of learning.
This is a much longer answer than I though I’d give you, so I’m sorry lol!