Get to the point. Or not.
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#30DaysofHTML Day 18: <main> and <aside> challengeYou try it: How would you mark up this web page using <main> and <aside>, in addition to other elements? Fork the CodePen problem, make your cha…
Erika Lee and Jen Kramer
Related or syndicated?
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#30DaysofHTML Day 17: <section> and <article> challengeYou try it: How would you mark up this web page using <section> and <article>? Fork the CodePen problem, make your changes, and share your answe…
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Imagine there's no JavaScript...
Jen Kramer and Erika Lee
#30DaysofHTML Day 16: <noscript> and Science & Geekery ChallengeTWO CHALLENGES TODAY — The <noscript> challenge AND the Science & Geekery challenge! Post all of your answers below. Fork the CodePen problem, m…
Erika Lee and Jen Kramer
See what's become of me
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#30DaysofHTML Day 15: <time> discussionYou try it: How would you mark up these time questions? Look up the spec on WHATWG and see if you can apply it here. Fork the CodePen problem, m…
Jen Kramer and Erika Lee
Not like any variable you know
Erika Lee and Jen Kramer
Displaying information in and out of the computer
Jen Kramer and Erika Lee
#30DaysofHTML Day 13: < kbd > and <samp> discussionYou try it: How would you mark up this sample code? Fork the CodePen problem, make your changes, and share your answer in the thread below! Comm…
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Formatting code and other fixed-space items online
Erika Lee and Jen Kramer