Jen Kramer presents a challenge in which you use paragraphs, headings, lists, links, quotes, and images to mark up a document.
(chiming)…- [Instructor] Well we've covered a lot of material…in this course.…Covered a lot about HTML tags, and so forth,…and now it's time to put it all together.…And I'd like to do that with the upcoming challenge.…I have given you an HTML document…in your Exercise Files folder,…and it has all of the content that you're going to need,…along with a few instructions about some images…that I'd like for you to include,…and a few places where I'd like some links included as well.…
What I'd like for you to do is to take that document…and mark it up with all of the correct HTML tags,…based on what you've learned in this course.…And my hint to you would be this.…Make use of headings, paragraphs, lists, quotes,…and links within the page as well as images.…And the images are already resized for you,…they're all in the correct format,…just go ahead and use what I've given you.…So you might want to go back…and review some of the information if needed.…Remember that your images are going to need to be uploaded…somewhere on the Internet before you can include them…
- Working with head and body tags
- Nesting one list inside of another
- Creating links within a page
- Linking to PDF files
- Quoting and citing text
- Fixing HTML in MailChimp
Skill Level Beginner
User Experience for Web Designerswith Chris Nodder1h 49m Beginner
1. Understanding HTML
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