I Have done my work very gently with complete concentration. I am very happy that i have done this job because it took me some time to do. You can find my job by clicking the below link;
I'm in agreement with another poster who said in their blog that they liked the exercise, but it didn't really seem to resonate with them in terms of HTML... I'm a visual thinker, and I LOVED the idea of this assignment in theory, but sort of had a hard time "seeing" real world code... It can be interpreted a LOT of different ways, as is obvious from the posts on this thread, but I had some difficulty in "seeing" the connection to some tags... I guses I was a bit at a loss for what would be considered the "right" way to complete the assignment (trying to break myself of that habitual way of thinking!) Anyway -- here is my post for this task:
This took more time than i expected. here is my list for the HTML hunting in the world around me.
Mostly from around NYC.
Phew, got this one done. I got to stretch my legs, too! Took awhile for feeling to return down there... http://hamabeboi.wordpress.com/2013/06/01/real-html-hunting-in-the-world-around-you/.
Here is my work on challenge 4 http://myinah-online.tumblr.com/post/49502947833/html-irl-challenge-4
I'm not sure if I understood the concept of <span> correctly but I gave it a good go. Feedback welcome as always.
I feel I am clear enough on the concepts of ordered lists <ol>, unordered lists <ul>, unstructured containers <div> and image tage <img> and have looked through a number of presentations by peers who have done a great job - I have reviewed and awarded some badges.