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    • Sara Herbrand

      HTML

      With a little bit of background knowledge with HTML from another class, this beginning part was a great refresher. I learned a lot about how all HTML documents start, and end, as well as about "tags" which you have to put all of the commands in. A tag is - < >. Included in the < > ...

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      • Ty Robson

        Coding Blog - 2 little entries

        My first impression is that it feels nice to be learning something that I know can be a very useful and highly marketable skill.  My second thought is that I don’t know if I will actually go into depth enough with this to be able to use it.  Because I’m so obviously in the b...

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        • Kesiah Mathew

          Week 6- Working with HTML

          For my first few lessons on HTML, I learned how to add headings of different sizes on a webpage. There are six different headings you can choose from. I also learned how to add titles and paragraphs to a webpage. Another attribute I learned for HTML on codeacademy was how to include links onto a ...

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          • Kesiah Mathew

            Working with HTML

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            • Dante Plush

              Code Is Beautiful: Working With HTML

              So for this coding language, I must admit. I may have cheated a little. I’ve been introduced to HTML in a previous course but I wasn’t very comfortable with my abilities in it, which is why I decided to focus on HTML. So far this is really easy. I know all of these tags and everything...

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              • Ty Robson

                Backlogged Coding Blog

                10/7 I’m stuck again and having syntax errors.   And I struggled for a while, then I moved on.  Now I’m making a little progress.   One of the functions i’m working on just had me write a formula for finding the perimeter of a rectangle, and I found ...

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                • Gerald Ardito

                  What flies can teach us about searching the web

                  This article explains how Netflix and other websites determine what else we might like, and then tries to use how fruit flies navigate their environments to improve these algorithms. It may be something your students would be interested in. 

                  Tags: cs4teachers, spring 2019, #codeisbeautiful