Monthly Archives: April 2012

Researching tags

I have been using Mozilla Developer Network HTML reference to research a few common HTML tags and try and describe their functions. Here’s what I’ve come up with: <div> Defines a division or section in a document. It can group … Continue reading

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Text Editors

The next part of my challenge was to find a suitable text editor to replace the default Notepad the comes with Windows. I wanted something free so I tried 3 options: Notepad++ ConTEXT SourceEdit I typed out the code that … Continue reading

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I hate my handwriting!

The next task after setting up a blog for the Webmaking 101 course is to write out some code by hand. This is the first time I’ve done this and I have to say that, even though I hate my … Continue reading

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P2PU – The journey begins!

I decided that it was about time that I honed my HTML and CSS skills and I came across the excellent Peer 2 Peer University open education project to help me do just that. In this blog, I will chart … Continue reading

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