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Introducing the Practice1:29 with Guil Hernandez
This video introduces the challenge that you'll be working to complete.
[MUSIC] 0:00 Hey everyone, Guil here. 0:08 It's time for some practice, to help make the skills you've learned stick and 0:09 help you become a faster and better developer. 0:13 In this workshop, you are going to practice writing semantic markup. 0:15 Semantics in HTML is the idea that markups should describe the meaning of your 0:19 content, rather than define its presentation, or how it looks. 0:23 And having a solid semantic content structure also makes your website more 0:26 accessible to users of assistive technology. 0:30 To get started, launch the workspace with this video. 0:32 The workspace contains a file names index.html which contains content about 0:35 hedgehogs, because what's not to like about hedgehogs? 0:38 There is also an img folder that holds an image of a hedgehog, 0:42 which you can see once you preview index.html on the browser. 0:46 Now, the content looks mostly readable and 0:49 the page is not too difficult to scan, but when you view the markup 0:51 you might notice that it's not all written in a semantic way. 0:56 Now, I won't point out which parts yet, 0:59 because that's what you will be looking for and fixing in this practice session. 1:01 You will need to rewrite most of index.html using semantic markup 1:05 that better communicates the meaning of the content. 1:10 The HTML comments specify the sections of content that you'll need to fix. 1:13 The goal is to get your page from looking like this 1:18 to more like this when you're done. 1:21 So good luck, have fun, and in the next video I'll walk you through one solution. 1:24
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