HTML stands for …. HTML is a technology designed to …. [NOTE: feel free to add more information].Continue reading “About HTML”
Write an attention-getter: It should cover why your topic is important. In our case, why is bold text even necessary.
Have you ever wanted to know how web developers _________________[describe some effect seen on web pages]? The secret is the _________________ element/property. Here’s how you do it…
<p><b>malleable</b>: easily influenced</p> <p>“Memory is so <i>malleable</i> or volatile that each time we see something, the memory is actually influenced and re-created.”(Washington Times (Oct 18, 2014)) </p>
Today, I worked on the CodeHS chapter titled, _________________. The lesson was about _________________.
The key ingredient to _________________ is the _________________ element/property.
There are _________________ main elements need to create a _________________. They are as follows:
- _________________ [code snippet]
- _________________[code snippet]
Here’s an example of how I put it all together:
___________________________________________________ [add longer code snippet (multiple lines)]
Introduction goes here. In class, we created a web page that has a ______________ and styles it by ______________ , putting a border around it that is ______________ , and ______________ .
For the HTML, we began with the ______________ element that displays the ______________ . After that we include the ______________ tag with the following tags nested inside: ______________ and ______________ (see CodePen below).
In order to style our figure, we added the properties: ______________ , which affects the ______________ , ______________ , which goes between ______________ and ______________ .
We also added the ______________ property, which adds ______________ to the figure.
border-radius: 10px 10px 0 0;
You can see the results below:
Add quote about CSS here. OPTIONAL: a quote about style or about design.By ______ [name of author/creator] OR unknown
CSS stands for ______. You use CSS to ______ .Continue reading “What I know about CSS”
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