I remember seeing a guy post on this same line of thought maybe a couple of weeks ago but for the life of me I cannot find it so I will post a similar topic now. Basically, I am at a cross roads in my development of HTML/CSS. I had not really considered learning HTML/CSS until a recent project discussion at work occurred. With the possibility of creating a website occurring, I turned to Codecademy to learn some website design for practical purposes. Well, that has fallen through at least for now, but I actually have become quite fond of HTML/CSS but really don't know what to do from here. I have a lot of questions so I pray y'all will bare with me as I try to figure this stuff out xD So here are a few questions I have now on what to do next:
1.) HTML/CSS Part 1 is now 100% completed for me. However, I never touched the old HTML/CSS. Should I go back and do the old HTML/CSS Course?
2.) If I do go back and learn the old HTML/CSS course is there any changes that I need to know over the different "versions" of HTML/CSS. Having done some research on this I know there have been changes but I am still somewhat in the dark on this.
3.) What are some practical ways (hands on type stuff like projects) that I can look to use my HTML/CSS knowledge so I can work on it and not "lose it"? Preferably, without Pro Codecademy since well I am too cheap right now to get it xD Obviously I guess I could just build a website but their is a lot more too it than just building it I know haha
5.) Is HTML/CSS really just for websites or is there other practical purposes for it?
6.) Can I expect Part 2 to HTML/CSS anytime soon? xD I know I would love to expand my horizons on HTML/CSS here since I am really active here. However, I realize that I might have to try other coding websites or work more on my own to expand my knowledge.
7.) Should I look into courses like Build an Interactive Website to either correspond or build apon my HTML/CSS knowledge?
I also realize that some of this stuff is probably easily googleable yes new word! However, I think I am not the only one who finishes HTML/CSS Part 1 and wonders what to do next so I hope this becomes a resource for others to view and use as well. Thanks!