What's the best "crash course" of HTML/CSS/JS I could use to refresh my skills after a year away?
So I've been focusing on uni which is a lot more focused on C/C++, but I'd like to start coming back to front-end dev after a year or so away from it (I had reached a good level before). I tried to go back to FreeCodeCamp / learning the good old way but I couldn't go through all these hours of material that I mostly remembered, yet when I started a new pet peeve project I found out all this knowledge is kind of scattered in my brain. For this reason, I've been trying to search a good source that will provide a crash course of these for people who would like to get up and running fast after a break. Thanks!
https://w3schools.com/ is not intended to be a course, but is a useful reference material. This website covers simple information, such as the attributes of HTML elements. For more specific information, use Mozilla Web Docs. This is not structured, but provides content such as browser support for features and more complex usage of HTML/CSS/JS.