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November 21, 2013 at 5:48 pm #156852amakhyonParticipant
I already learned html , but I want to cut my learning curve so that I can apply for work
any ideas ?November 21, 2013 at 6:48 pm #156860amakhyonParticipant
I appreciate your reply :) , thank youNovember 22, 2013 at 9:58 am #156915noahgelmanParticipant
This question is like asking “Can I learn to drive without knowing how to drift”.
However, if you’re a bit new and aren’t doing crazy stuff like using backbone.js or node.js or something, then would say knowing css would be important.
if you want to create sophisticated pages, which are very close to client demands or to create some innovative approach, you MUST know CSS. Here creativity is inexhaustible.
requires basic CSS knowledge.
Second step for your curiosity will be ajax and jquery, and of course their wide perspective …. May some day Flash will not be needed completely.December 1, 2013 at 12:04 am #157480isra26Participant
It may be hard to find a job if you advertised that you only know html and js. Since most employers would want you to trouble shoot html, css, and js issues, and typically those are the minimum required skills for an entry level job. Most likely you’ll be working with designers and they would ask you if you can do something with css or if you need an image, and of course we try to use css whenever we can instead of using images, for example for round corners, borders, hover states, things like that.