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Unit 2: HTML Helpful Sites & Videos

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By John Borg in the group COMP 266 July 21, 2019 - 10:27am

While working on this unit, there were many pages and videos that I found extremely helpful. Near the beginning of the chapter, I began by watching only HTML introduction videos. Then, I focused in on specific tags and methods for developing my pages. Some of my largest struggles were understanding the proper use of

and . I was also completely unsure of how to create a form that would then be mailed to me. Aside from that, I needed some help with the formation of tables. I figured all of this out relatively quickly with the help of a few YouTube videos. These resources will be attached below to assist anyone else with learning these basic HTML skills. 
Using span & div   
I found the link ABOVE to be particularly useful. 
I had to do quite a bit of research to figure out this aspect. It took some time to figure out that there is no way of sending/mailing info using only HTML. There has to be a "host" that actually communicates info. 


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