Ayanfeoluwa Ibitoye - Lucid
Sports, News-Lifestyle Tags and stuff

Super stoked for tags

Sports, News-Lifestyle Tags and stuff

Super stoked for tags

My knowledge of HTML has made it absolutely possible for me to understand one of the basics of web development. It opened me to understanding what is meant by tags, elements and several other attributes associated with working with html...

My knowledge of HTML has made it absolutely possible for me to understand one of the basics of web development. It opened me to understanding what is meant by tags, elements and several other attributes associated with working with html...

HNG has availed me the opportunity of learning few things within a very short period; I mastered having to pay attention to details and not join the crowd as seen on the first day of lecture,and paying attention to rules and regulations guiding the program...

HNG has availed me the opportunity of learning few things within a very short period; I mastered having to pay attention to details and not join the crowd as seen on the first day of lecture,and paying attention to rules and regulations guiding the program...

In the beginning I remember... Actually, I don't remember at all :). The first thing we were meant to do was Task 1. Task 1 We were meant to make accounts on cloudinary, pivotal, GitHub and write a lucid blog...

In the beginning I remember... Actually, I don't remember at all :). The first thing we were meant to do was Task 1. Task 1 We were meant to make accounts on cloudinary, pivotal, GitHub and write a lucid blog...

News-Lifestyle HTML among other things

Although I've already been using HTML for a while, the HTML class did contain new information that I found really helpful. It's only recently I learned and have begun to study semantic HTML, and one of my major takeaways from the class was how to choose between the article, section and div elements when building an HTML site. I even saved a note :) Though that seems small, it will undoubtedly help in future.  The current task though is about tables. (Well, it's not, but it might as well be, lol). They are the most logical option when recreating a CV, especially considering that most CV templates (for Microsoft® Word or Google® Docs) are built using tables too. For most beginner courses, tables are really put on the backburner because HTML5 encourages using CSS for any styling and using tables for any actual tabular content. Because of that, this exercise has led me (again, long story) to learn how to use tables in HTML5 so that I can build something that looks as similar to my CV as possible. (Before recently, my CV had a way more complex layout. Thank Thor I made it simpler) The result has been discovering (sometimes rediscovering) the various attributes of tables that make them so powerful as a structuring tool in HTML. But, even more than that, the challenge has led me to look for, and learn, other semantic HTML tags I was previously unaware of, and the side-effects they naturally have (especially the small tag).  Here's my HTML CV: ######

News-Lifestyle HTML among other things

Although I've already been using HTML for a while, the HTML class did contain new information that I found really helpful. It's only recently I learned and have begun to study semantic HTML, and one of my major takeaways from the class was how to choose between the article, section and div elements when building an HTML site. I even saved a note :) Though that seems small, it will undoubtedly help in future.  The current task though is about tables. (Well, it's not, but it might as well be, lol). They are the most logical option when recreating a CV, especially considering that most CV templates (for Microsoft® Word or Google® Docs) are built using tables too. For most beginner courses, tables are really put on the backburner because HTML5 encourages using CSS for any styling and using tables for any actual tabular content. Because of that, this exercise has led me (again, long story) to learn how to use tables in HTML5 so that I can build something that looks as similar to my CV as possible. (Before recently, my CV had a way more complex layout. Thank Thor I made it simpler) The result has been discovering (sometimes rediscovering) the various attributes of tables that make them so powerful as a structuring tool in HTML. But, even more than that, the challenge has led me to look for, and learn, other semantic HTML tags I was previously unaware of, and the side-effects they naturally have (especially the small tag).  Here's my HTML CV: ######