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Sup, guys!
Looking for a course (even paid one) that completely covers HTML/CSS.
P.S> I'm backend dev
P.P.S> Yes, I m afraid of frontend :)

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  • 1
    In the end, everything boils down to html, css and js. So it might be a good idea to get good knowledge on these three before using libraries and frameworks. One step at a time.
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    @ajit555 Yea, that is exactly what I'm doing)
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    Once you understand HTML, CSS, do not write them directly but try to generate them (HTML, CSS) from a javascript file. Along side, learn core concept of JS language. Mozilla site is bible for JS.
  • 5
    here are some online courses

    https://scrimba.com

    www.codecademy.com

    www.freecodecamp.com

    And the newest trend are Bootcamps where you learn 3 months fulltime in person. https://www.lewagon.com/
    Maybe there are some bootcamps in St. Petersburg if not board the hispeed train to Helsinki.
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    @ajit555 oh i wrote the wrong url, thanks! 👍
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    In JavaScript, I wish someone would have suggested to me to understand event Looping, async calls, promises and other internals of language early on, I would have understood other things easily.
  • 1
    You have two awesome books written by Jon Duckett titled

    1/ HTML and CSS : Design and Build Websites (A good introduction).
    2/ JavaScript and JQuery: Interactive Front-End Web Development.

    https://bit.ly/2TUhzFX
  • 0
    CSS is very !important
    HTML requires you to be <b>bold</b>
    JS... Uh. It's. Not easy coming out of the JS closet, you will be judged. Even by PHP devs!
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