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  1. I think it's 900 quiz questions. Some of it is code, some if it are questions. This is what I was referring to when I mentioned there's questions after each video. You should give it a try. As per the website https://shop.killervideostore.com/ 100% Money Back Guarantee: try it for 30 days, if you think it sucks, get a full refund.
  2. Hi Stef, Thanks for answering my question. I'll keep that in mind and follow your guide as per the Freelance course (which is a great course by the way!) Cheers!
  3. Hi Hasan, I recently purchased the Web Dev course and I'm happy with it. Prior to Stef's course I wasted a lot of time on various online courses through Youtube, Udemy, and LinkdedIn Learning. I feel Stef has a good way of presenting the material in that he keeps it basic, simple, and easy to understand. Each video is followed by questions to re-enforce the lesson. I also encourage you to take notes while watching the videos. I feel this course is a good way to establish your foundation in HTML, CSS, and Javascript. It has given me the confidence to progress, whereas prior to his course I was jumping to different online tutorials always feeling like I needed to learn more. At this stage I have decided to pursue freelancing as a Wordpress developer. I don't know everything yet, but I've been following Stef's "Need to Nerd" method. Also note, Stef has a deal with Inmotion hosting - if you purchase a year of hosting then you can get the Web Dev course for free. Check the link in the description in Stef's latest Youtube videos. Hope this helps.
  4. Hi, Not sure if this has been covered already. I'm planning on doing my first free projects and this thought came to me: As a freelance web developer, are we obligated or responsible for providing a Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy page on the client's website that we're creating for them? From what I understand, these pages should be written by a lawyer. So how would we factor this in when discussing a website project with the client? I'm just trying to anticipate different scenarios when I approach small business owners with a "free" website. In the end it may not be so "free" for them due to costs of hosting, domain name, and a lawyer to write up terms & conditions along with a privacy policy. Hoping to hear some feedback from those of you who have already gone through this stuff. Thanks in advance.
  5. Hi All, I've recently completed the Web Developer and Freelance courses. Thanks to Stef, I feel I'm on the right path to becoming a Freelancer. Looking forward to having discussions with you all in this Forum.
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