How comfortable with HTML/CSS should I be before beginning the java-script section? General

How comfortable with HTML/CSS should I be before beginning the java-script section? General
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That’s an easy one. It totally doesn’t matter. You can learn JavaScript as a programming language without even knowing that HTML / CSS even exist. Later on, you need to learn how JavaScript and HTML speak to each other. But you should devote plenty of time to learning the fundamentals of pure JS first.

Kyle Simpson’s first book, You Don’t Know JavaScript, is a good source. Code School also have some really great introductory courses if you are prepared to spend a bit of money.