Most of this level reviews past content using Codeschool. Codeschool adds video along with challenges (some of the videos can be a bit campy). It is my preference for video along with coding challenges for the following materials, but if you do not have a Codeschool account, you can find the same lessons in Level 4 on Team Treehouse (which has a 14 Day Trial). I recommend signing up for a month of Codeschool if you can swing it though since I think it really gives a good bang for your buck and you can cancel once class starts.
If you don't feel like the format of Codeschool is working, try to stick it out until the end of the lesson. If it's still not feeling right, you may want to give the Team Treehouse videos (they almost perfectly match those here) a try.
Codeschool assumes that you have a code editor installed. For now goto
atom.ioand install Atom editor. You can start working in project mode by going to a folder from the terminal and typing
atom .to open the current folder in Atom editor.
Since you've worked on these different skills before, you may want to use the speed option in the video player to work through the courses a bit more quickly.
HTML & CSS - (Codeschool Frontend Foundations) - 2.5-5 Hours
Now you have a decent amount of HTML and CSS under your belt. More practice and a new approach will help you continue on your quest.
Check out the Frontend Foundations course on Codeschool to continue working on HTML & CSS skills along with learning layout. Finish all 5 levels (this requires a subscription).
Git - (Codeschool Git Real) - 1-3 Hours
So far, you've worked with a bit of
git using the Git Basics course and the git docs.
Now you should review some commands with
git with the Git Real course on Codeschool:
This course will review some of the common commands as well as some best practices for working with Git.
CSS - (Codeschool CSS Cross Country) - 3-5 Hours
So now you've looked at CSS, HTML, and JS fairly in-depth. But, there are some quirks with CSS that you might not be fully aware of until you really dig in. The Codeschool CSS Cross Country course is a more in-depth look at a few of the most common CSS rules and working with them. I think at this point, you know what to do (requires a Codeschool subscription):