Donna M Ware
Donna M. Ware

Donna M. Ware

What I Learned After Completing The Third Part of My freeCodeCamp.org Responsive Web Design Curriculum

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Donna M Ware
·Oct 26, 2022·

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What I Learned After Completing The Third Part of My freeCodeCamp.org Responsive Web Design Curriculum
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After a weekend of doing my hair and watching videos, it took a little effort to focus on real coding.

I started and finished the third part of my Responsive Web Design through freeCodeCamp.org.

    What I Learned Building a Technical Documentation Page
  • A web browser will display code even if the element is misspelled. Be careful! Looking for bugs is a bitch.
  • There is an element to reference code in HTML, the code tag.
  • If something isn't displaying/working correctly, it's the code, not the computer.
  • The nav tag for creating a navigation bar is a block element. Which means it uses the entire width of the block or page. You can make it display only on the left of the screen by targeting the element in CSS. #navbar { width: 45%; } #navbar is the class I assigned the nav tag in HTML. You use the class to target the element.

My newbie advice to others: Enjoy the process of learning, you're going to fuck up, but this is how you learn. Fix your problems and move forward.

With these words, I bid you...

Good night

 
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