If you need help, there’s a wonderful online community ready to help you at Before asking a question on the forums, search carefully to see if your question has been answered before. (The forum system won’t let you post until you’ve spent a few minutes on the site reading existing topics.)

Every lesson has a dedicated forum thread—so that’s the place to look first to see if your question has already been answered:

If you’re hitting an error with your code, click the magnifying glass on the top-right of any forums page to access Search, and try searching for a few words from the error message.

Forum etiquette

  1. If you like a post, it’s better to “like” it with the :heart: rather than commenting. It saves traffic in the Forums and makes it easier for everyone to find posts.
  2. Please be mindful of looking to see if a topic exists before starting a new thread.
  3. Do a quick search of the forums to see if your question is already under discussion.
  4. Do not @ people if you are not referencing them for a specific reason that requires the attention of that forum member. Be especially mindful in mentioning Jeremy.
  5. You can use this thread to chat about pretty anything (except politics/religion/stuff that might start a flame war!): General chat. For other posts, please keep them to stuff that’s at least somewhat related to the course and its content.