My html code by hand here: http://amartinri.tumblr.com/
When you're done writing your blog post and it's published, post a link to it on the challenge discussion page.
Sorry about this, I don't have a way to scan or take a photo of my notebook with the code. I know it feels like cheating, but I promise is just the same. In the first chance I'll change it for the original, it's just that I want to keep going since yesterday but didn't because of this. I hope you'll forgive me.
You can see my post HERE
Thanks for the posts!
Since you've been able to write up a web page, shouldn't you be leaving a link rather than web address in your comments here?
(from memory now) <a>fsguevarajr.wordpress.com>fsguevarajr's web blog.</a>
When you click on the JHTML button upper left corner, the page will appear as HTML, and you can enter items like the link above.
Glad to have you with us on our learning journey!
In all it's glory, I give you my hand wrtten masterpiece! https://calicoscolours.wordpress.com/2012/03/18/writing-html-by-hand/
Being completely new to html, I found I needed to figure out what each part of the code meant before I could make sense of it enough to remember it.
I've kind of cheated by putting it on Flickr (I didn't want multiple postings on my blog in one day!)
I got ideas from the people who used graphing paper to create a visual hierarchy and added my own touch to it. Here is my hand written HTML5 code. http://josemaravillas.wordpress.com/2012/03/10/writing-html-by-hand/.