great job everyone
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.
Check out my post! http://agustinabrm.tumblr.com/post/56242578974/2-writing-html-by-hand :)
Your indentation is very neat and clear. Well done. Memorisation has its place but, in my view, if you find yourself becoming frustrated, why not leave it a bit and come back later? Little and often works better than one big exausting heave which leaves you feeling tired and cross with the task. Learning takes time and, done the right way, it should be fun.
If you want to see my code, it's at http://desdemina.tumblr.com/.
There's a reason I use a computer even when I'm writing code by hand! I put this on the blog post, but when I'm hand coding (using the keyboard), I open a tag, put a couple of blank lines, then close the tag. Then I go up and put the stuff in the middle. But that way,I don't forget to close my tags. Just thought it might be a tip for anyone who has troubles remembering to close their tags.
I reckon your handwriting is perfectly clear. I agree, it does seem unnatural to write code by hand on paper, but then this is an exercise to make learners think hard about the mechanics of writing code. That's a good tip on entering both the beginning and ending tag before inserting the content into the middle of the tag. I hadn't thought of that.
I finally found a few people who actually listed their blog site so I could do this exercise. Those people did a good job. The majority never gave a site and just said "We all did good" or words to that effect. And those who did publish actually did and I guess that is all they could see too. If you want to check my site it is https://www.blogger.com/blogger.g?blogID=3713902732779540367#editor/target=post;postID=567092182174939922;onPublishedMenu=allposts;onClosedMenu=allposts;postNum=0;src=postname
I tried to visit your site but to do that I had to copy your link and transfer it to a new browser window and even then I only ended up on the main blogger web site.
The P2PU site has a facility for adding links to a word or phrase. Just select the text in question and click on the link icon in the toolbar above. These icons generally have pictures of links of chain. A window will appear and you can add your target link. Click on the "Preview" button and you will see how your post will look. Your linked text should appear in green and underlined - like this: