Who else saves their html files

Hi i just started here at codecademy and I’m doing the learn html code and found my self copy pasting all my code into notepad and saving it. Just curious if anyone else is doing that :sweat_smile:


I think that’s great that you do that. You can always go back and reference those files and write comments in them about the pieces of code, what they do and how you could possibly improve it. Whatever works for you in your learning process, do it. :slight_smile:

While going through modules, I myself copy my Python code into Colab files and tweak it, create bugs, fix them, write comments on it, etc. It helps me understand it better.


Hey @gaminggrenade147 ,

I do that as part of my note taking for all of the learning I do and find it useful as a reference tool. :+1:

if you find it useful, why not.


Hey Shaven
I usually take notes of what I am doing, initially I used to do that on Notepad as well haha

But eventually concepts grow larger so I switched to Word in order to better style my notes and have an easy to read personal documentation of what I am learning.

I think it’s a very good method to learn, kind of keeping a journal :stuck_out_tongue:


Hey @gaminggrenade147
I used to write a lot of stuff in my notebook, and that helped to memorise stuff more easily. Coming back to learning recently, and I am already struggling with JavaScript :face_with_head_bandage: Told myself that I’ll get back to note taking.

So yeah, as you can see, bunch of other people are doing the same thing :grinning: In various kinds of ways.
Never heard anyone say that note taking was a bad thing :slightly_smiling_face:


Yeah, I actually like to copy my code into Notion and explain what each part is doing (note taking is one of my favorite things in life lol :sweat_smile:)
That way I can have my code and my notes in one single place :relieved:

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Wow I didn’t know so many people did this. Than you all for your kind replays this is my first forum :grinning:

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