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CSS or JS

What should I learn first css or js ( I can html and py )

5/16/2020 12:22:06 PM

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CSS then js

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👑 BĒŤÆ 🇸🇪 You need to learn Html first then CSS because we apply CSS in Html after that JS.

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@James Clark I. Vinarao Please stop frightening folks with words like "critical". CSS is not a "critical part of web pages". CSS is styling, it's eye candy. It is perfectly possible to write a web page using HTML only and it will function. See... https://code.sololearn.com/WIFcuZ3XLQun/#html The modern obsession with panels, animations and sliding images using CSS has become a triumph of form over content. With mobile phone users having the attention span of a guppy it's rare to see a paragraph of information per screen. One sentence being deemed sufficient. I'm beginning to think the movie "Idiocracy" was a prophecy not a comedy.

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Go for CSS first as far as styling is concerned, there after go for JS for better display looking for the user (#decorations, animations, neon frameworks)

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Learn in this order: HTML - CSS - Bootstrap CSS - js - jQuery Then you'll be an expert in front end development ;)

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Learn css then js . If you have learned python then you can create web using python frameworks... But having knowledge about them is necessary!

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i personally don't know css, but i know javascript. but it's better to know css because sometimes i get to struggle with design more than i struggle with functionality and it's time consuming.

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James Clark I. Vinarao I think your answer is very misleading. jQuery and Dojo are libraries not frameworks. Also Angular and Bootstrap are not server-side frameworks.

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I would recommend CSS first, and then JavaScript.

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Css then JS

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It depends what you want to do. Do you want to make text based programs? Learn javascript and use document.write(). Do you want to make cool looking, functional websites/webapps? You must have a solid understanding of html, then learn CSS, then javascript. I personally learned by slowly integrating JS into my websites, until I was super competent that I could code entirely in JS.

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Css and then Js

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After HTML start with CSS to Javascript.

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I don't know if there is an order that people recommend learning these two in, but I say that it's better to start with CSS, as you'll find yourself using it more in your web pages. And I believe that CSS doesn't have as much to learn as javascript too, so it makes it a faster learning process. At the end of the day though, it comes down to what you would like to learn first -- if you're more interested in javascript, go for it!

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You should learn css first then js.

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I think first u have to learn Css then js

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