@sheriffderek explores some The Odin Project (TOP) HTML and CSS lessons

If you want chapters - and to avoid ads: https://perpetual.education/stories/odin-landing-page-project-discussion


Yeah. Seriously - can't find the URL for that t-shirt..... (really hard) (why so hard?) (took me hours the first time...) AH! https://www.etsy.com/shop/HTMLZ - here it goes. Steve! How can we - not bury this so deeply! And here's the actual shirt that is buried in way too many other (not as hot) products: https://www.etsy.com/listing/1071868312/html-short-sleeve-unisex-t-shirt

Some feedback:

Briggs says "TOP isn't a "web dev course"" - OK!?

"Learn everything you need to know to become a web developer" - "Your career in web development starts here"

Since then - (this was certainly already in the works and has nothing to do with me)

"Our existing HTML and CSS course has been completely reworked from the ground up"


"You'll notice that our HTML/CSS content is now split into two smaller courses (here and here). We want to give you the prerequisites you need to be successful, but we don't want you to feel bogged down by too much content before you get into the other JavaScript or Ruby courses."

"If you were working on the existing HTML/CSS course, we would recommend going back and starting this new one from scratch. It really is better in every way."

So - you can be critical of your OWN work. Now we're talking. Thats' design.

Let's get these people trained up to work in FAANG and put us all out of our misery, right?
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