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  1. Thank you so much. I guess I'll keep on watching Youtube videos about live projects and how others play around with Javascript. Thanks for your detailed explanation. I am yet to figure out how Javascript can be used in a website. All I have been seeing in W3Schools till now is how the codes work. I'll start watching more videos on Javascript being used in a website. Regarding the exercise you have mentioned, the first two bulletpoints are all about HTML and CSS which I am able to do. The third one is about CSS as well but I am thinking it has a little bit of Javascript in it, does it? The last one I am totally unaware of. But is there any kind of website where these kind of small real life usage of Javascript codes can be found? The codes in most websites are too complicated to understand for a noob like me. Thanks both of you for your time.
  2. Hello guys. It has been one and a half month since I started learning to code. I started off with HTML and then CSS. Learnt the basics and now I have the confidence that I can design a website. Then I started learning Javascript two weeks back and I'm finding it difficult as there are a lot of things to remember. My only source has been from W3Schools. I completed the first section of the tutorial by going through each and every "Try it Yourself" and understanding what has been done, also practiced them in "Try it Yourself" but I am unable to keep those in mind later as there are a lot of things to remember. So I'm asking the community, what is the best way to learn Javascript? Is it too early for me to learn Javascript? Should I move on to something else? What are the things I should emphasize more on in Javascript if I continue? Are there any basic projects I can work on to practice Javascript? You valuable suggestions would be highly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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