Don’t hesitate to post, would love to see where you stand, we’re all in this together learning, i think leaning on eachother isn’t a bad idea
I suppose that is right.
Hey there here is the gist of my first lines of the cheatsheet. I will use it to document all my learnings from codecademy. Feel free to comment.
Here is mine, its not the best but its mine! https://gist.github.com/codecademydev/bdc7e996fdef64dcd4e2347f7cd56131/revisions
Here is my project. It will revisit it later once I learn more.
This is my very first project written in HTML & CSS.
I made a cheat sheet about Tables: https://gist.github.com/d20f0b5dc015632c82b2d94abc3469c9
Any suggestions or comments are more than welcome.
Hello everyone. I just finished this project. I welcome any constructive feedback from codecademy community. Below you will find the link to it.
I made Semantic tags reference!
And this is GitHub pages :
Hi! I have set up a Github, but am unsure about how many of the many steps required to do so are also required just to upload a single project…
In the screenshot am I right in saying that the ‘git_practice’ part of these steps simply needs to be replaced by the file name in which my cheat sheet is saved to? Or have I got that wrong?.. I am new to Github.
This is my work, have a look :https://gist.github.com/55c56b009ce131633da30ae4b63cb667
Here is the start of my cheat sheet project. I would appreciate any feedback at all! This is only the second time I’ve created any project in my own dev-space so would love to hear it.
Here’s my Gist link:
My cheatsheet project
First code I wrote without the step by step instructions from codecademy, although I did reference other sources and reviewed old lessons a bunch of times. I feel like this project really helped my understanding of it all quite a bit.