As we said in the introduction, this unit was a chance to build comfort with the front end and our development process. You built a number of HTML pages that we'll come back to later in the course. You've learned about the new features of HTML5 and CSS3. You also know how to properly style your markup and where to find resources when you get stuck.
If it seems like a lot floating in your head, the best thing to do is to keep building so you'll learn it well. The smaller assignments should have you limbered up and ready to dive deeper as part of the upcoming project.
Don't be shy about asking questions of your teammates or instructors in the chat! We're all here to help. Being able to answer questions from your fellow students is another great way to make sure you have a solid understanding of the material.
Time to wrap up HTML5 and CSS3 with a bow on it!
Remember it like this now, because it may never be quite this little and cute again. Why? Because the little puppy that is your web developer knowledge now is only going to grow bigger and stronger as we venture forward into more technologies!