Jen Kramer presents a challenge in which you identify and fix problems with HTML, including unclosed tags, missing quote marks, and badly formed HTML.
- And so here is a second challenge for you.…And in this particular challenge,…we are going to take a look…at a whole lot of newbie mistakes…that people tend to make when writing HTML.…So I'm going to give you a document…that has markup already in it, but it's problematic,…there's a bunch of stuff that's broken in it.…And so what I'd like for you to do…is I'd like you to look through this document carefully…and find out how the HTML is broken and fix it.…So, a couple of ways that the HTML might be broken,…we might have tags that are unclosed…that should be closed.…
You might have some missing quotation marks…somewhere in the document.…The best way to identify those is if the colors…in your text editor look a little bit off,…usually that's an indication…that there is a problem with punctuation.…Maybe there's a missing angle bracket,…or there's a missing quote somewhere.…That's usually a good clue for that.…There may be mismatched tags,…so we start with an opening tag of one thing,…but we close it with something else entirely.…
- 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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