100 is just theoretical, there’s always new tech to learn, and old tech to forget (but reminisce).
It’s probably best to dibble dabble in many languages and standards to be able to understand the big picture of a product, as most are a patchwork of tech, so it sounds like you’re already heading down the right path. If you feel you know an imbalanced amount in two related things then switch, i.e. if you’re learning about flow layouts in CSS but haven’t got your head around the common html elements, switch back to html. If you have a basic webpage but don’t know how to get dynamic content, back to JS.
Also, have your own extracurricular projects: that way you’ll quickly discover the gaps in your knowledge you need to fill.
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