HTML Tags Hunting Around The Neighborhood

Welcome to HTML Tags. This is my level 3 challenge! The requirement of the challenge was to put together descriptive images representing several html tags and then create a post on my blog. I will be honest, it was really cold outside today and I had to be creative enough with what I had around me. The falling snow is my witness!

So, I took an extra step and created what I think should be a good representation of html tags information – using stickies. I really liked the original idea because it helped me remember the concepts behind the tags very well. Too much talk? Me too, let us just see the photos already!

Show Me HTML Tags In Style Baby:


That was the first batch of stickies that I used while putting the project together! Now below is the second and last image showing the remaining tags required by the challenge! Enjoy


Obviously, there are more html tags in the html universe! For more information on where to find them, please visit World Wide Web Consortium and you can also visit Mozilla Developer Network . You can also get a real learning experience by trying out W3Schools and Codecademy. The list goes on and on! So, the best thing to do is pick one and see if you like it!

Good luck and I hope you enjoyed this post on HTML Tags!

NOTE: If you are wondering how I created those stickies, I used HTML5! You can always drop me a line in the comment section so we can talk more about it!

Written By Elisha Chirchir

Elisha Chirchir is a software developer. He is also the founder of Simple Developer and co-founder of Instinctive Software Solutions. On any given day, he works on both Android and Web Development. During his 'free time', he offers training to those interested in learning how to code in php, java, python, javaScript etc. You can easily find him on StackOverflow Android chatroom or on Twitter @Eenvincible

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