I have commented, i am SO eager to go on now PLEASE
Spend the last five minutes of time looking for other peoples blog posts on the challenge discussion page and leave comments for them. If you can find any errors in peoples work mention it to them, but do so in a way that you'd like people to do to you.
Nice to read you're a former teacher. I just graduated from teacher training yesterday and I want to learn to write code so I can teach my students to make their own websites. You're code looks good to me. I found handwriting the code to be conducive to memorizing the code quickly.
Hello everyone. Above is my type at this exercise. And if you are in the mood, you can cruise the rest of my blog.
Your code looks good :-) I just learned that the <!DOCTYPE html> is a tag telling the browser in which language the code is. The <meta charset="utf-8"> is still a mystery to me... Probably something with a character set? Can't wait to find out more! :-)
UTF-8 tells the browser how to render the characters on the page. For example, symbols like !, @, #, and the letters I'm currently typing. If you've ever been surfing the web and seen those black diamonds with the quetionmarks inside of them (�), that's a result of an improper character set (charset).
here is a post I made
"Here's one I prepared earlier"
Jealous of the clean print style of Realcaz...
I commented on TechCreations' blog and bugman's blog. I'm very interested to follow their journeys. it took me a total of 8 tries to make sure I had done everything correctly, and I'm glad i needed the extra practice. I feel much more confident moving forward!
I am very interested by the below poster, TechCreations, both for the positive outlook on progress through the mundane, but also because of his/her professional background in technology and yet here he/she is with the rest of us! My comment on TechCreations blog post can be found here.
Kudos to everyone who actually takes the time to complete this challenge. Commiting to complete an apparent trivial task is an accomplishment in and of itself.
Most people who finished this challenge seemed to do just fine. Here is a comment I left on one peer's blog:
You have made a good start with your blog.
<meta charset=”utf=8”> is just letters and a digit until you repeat it 100 times. After that, it is still just letters and a digit, but maybe it will make sense with the context you eventually get built around it.
Keep at it.
So I posted my code here:
And I commented on the following blogs...and counting:
And I also posted my blog on the discussion board.