HTML Dog Review

PROMPT: Read the Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced HTML articles on htmldog.com. Write a minimum of 200 words that describes a concept that you found easy and at least one concept that you found more challenging to understand for each of the Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced sections. Following the conventions of web writing, your response should be written written clearly, concisely, and conversationally to an audience of your peers. Your response should be proofread prior to posting to ensure it is free of basic spelling, grammar, punctuation, and usage errors.

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I certainly don’t know enough to talk down on HTML dog from a skill / best methodology standpoint.

Digital Rhetoric

PROMPT: This week’s readings brought together notions of rhetoric and writing with coding and digital media. Prior to these readings, how did you think about these areas (if at all)? Did you initially see the connections between them? How has your conception of rhetoric, writing, coding, and/or web design/digital media and the intersections of these different areas changed as a result of what you read? Reference specific aspects of your readings in your discussion, where applicable. This response should be a minimum of 200 words and should be written following the conventions of web writing, with clear, concise, conversational prose. You are writing to an audience of your peers and should proofread prior to posting to ensure your post is free of basic spelling, grammar, punctuation, and usage errors.

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