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Does anyone have the link for the classic JavaScript course?

Only the "Introduction" and "Intermediate" courses are visible on me and i find out that this 2 courses together have less information than the classic one. Not to mention that it doesn't have any exercises at all.

31st Jan 2023, 6:00 PM
Nikos Sotirakis
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PanicS Thanks for the link. I see you changed your original post to reflect what I said before. But since you provided a link, my statement is no longer true, because newly created accounts can access older lessons via a link to an outdated course. Which should not happen. Sololearn spent a great deal of time making the revised courses, which are better structured and updated to fit the change in technologies by highlighting best practices. Nikos Sotirakis Initially, it may seem that the courses provide less information than before, but this is because the courses are broken into parts. We now have. Introduction to Javascript - This course is suitable for beginners. JavaScript Intermediate - Once you've already mastered the basics of JavaScript. Instead of one large course that is missing context and isn't easy to follow.
1st Feb 2023, 4:27 PM
Chris Coder
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Here is link, not sure can you open it: https://www.sololearn.com/Course/JavaScript/?ref=app Sololearn for some reason added new courses to new users, and we who have old account can't access them, and who have new account can't find some "old" courses in course list. And this Java Script course look like is one of them, one of older courses. Edit: I see you started python and javascript course, did you mean you wanna switch to javascript course? If so you can use link here, but also you should find course in learn section, you need to click at course name at top left corner, like "Python", and then select new course or click on "discover all courses" If you can't find JavaScript course and can't access it via link, you can send feedback to sololearn, you can do this via app feedback option or thought this email: [email protected]
31st Jan 2023, 8:48 PM
PanicS
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There are other course related to js on sololearn. Additionally, you can try other sources of information to learn advanced/or what's not presented on here, such as: js documentation, YouTube, w3schools. Also, you can learn html & css that are linked well with js if you want to focus on web development
31st Jan 2023, 6:33 PM
Lamron
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Check w3schools.com
31st Jan 2023, 6:17 PM
Kingdavid Christian
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just let us know what is "classic" you mean?
1st Feb 2023, 10:26 PM
Roman Frolov
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