How do you determine solid understanding though? Would you build Bootstrap yourself if you’d to? When you can come up with your own framework or build a site sans-framework then you have a good understanding of HTML/CSS. We’ll leave JS only right now – the context of this conversation is purely HTML/CSS.
Let’s say for my case – I’ve gone through several interactive tutorial like code academy, freecodecamp, and sololearn’s CSS and HTML tutorials. I’ve published and attempted memorizing of the research sheet for CSS and HTML. If JORDAN (Kobe? Steph Curry?) spent all of his time learning the X’s and O’s and none of them of his time doing drills would he be anywhere near the player he was?
I can not create a standard mateialized website out of pure HTML and CSS. I feel like I understand the syntax just. When it comes to web dev I am a code kiddy definitely. The syntax is known by me and the way to google so and stackoverflow literally writes my code. We all somewhere start. I am not a professional but I am looking to get an operating job.
So, do I have to head back and find out more? I believe that the next steps for me would be HTML5 games, svg complicated and animation design using real CSS. Yes and no. You will need a solid knowledge of HTML/CSS definitely. That’s the bare minimum if you want to work on the market.
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Understanding syntax, semantics, and naming convention within HTML/CSS is very important to working with teams and doing a good job yourself. HTML5 SVG and games computer animation are much, much, much bigger cans of worms than you may be anticipating. If you cannot create a simple site framework then you will be absolutely lost endeavoring to create a game or create animations. Think of those as independent goals (for later) that don’t have any bearing you getting a job as a creator.
With materilize being the theme of the web, and every website looking the exact same way, Do I want really create things out of natural HTML? Do you mean Material design by Google? If so, that is one design system of many thousands. You might research design and design systems a little.