The last time I updated about my quest to code I had started using codecademy. I had started learning the basics of HTML, before moving on to CSS. I found the HTML OK, a bit tricky but it all made sense to me. It was almost therapeutic putting all the tags in the right place, making sure the grammar was correct, and adding punctuation in the right places. It eased my OCD nature. Im really glad it was the 1st thing I chose to learn, I can see it giving me the basic understanding for other coding languages.
Then came CSS. This was a little harder but I got through it and found to enjoy it by the end. The best think was using codecademy to do it, I was getting instant feedback and I was able to view my code at every stage. Really easy to learn with. While the styling I was able to do was very basic, the fundamentals were there and I can see how I could put them into action with a website. Creating the little things like buttons and links is really satisfying, #NerdAlert.