I think you should add your article just above of my View State Article. Because , Its really good to starts with.
And one of my suggestion is you just give your Article title in your table of content. Because It's Says Every things
Great idea with all that walking but I was wondering. Is this what the begginer wants ? Although putting all the tags with samples is usefull I would argue that it will be usefull but later on the way to the top ; ) IMHO the most effective way of doing any introduction to anything is to lead someone in some real life scenario/case studies etc. Maybe smth like a fictional char/beginner developer in some Contoso-like company who has to do a series of challenges etc I think you should get the idea by now. The structure could be like:
(first day on the job/new department) and a (very simple) company website to create (based on some assets provided f.e in txt file/word/openoffice etc by company manager or PR department with some (needed with that first scenario and based on that articles above) information about html/css. On a substiantial days it could evolve to more advanced things from the TOC. I could imagine a couple of samples that would teach the begginer some basic do's and donts etc
and Parts from 2 to N ; )
It's just some brainstorming ; ) and yes it would be a little bit more time consuming.
Nice idea. An article on the beauty of semantic markup would be essential I feel. I'm not sure what's about on the Code Project - I've not looked yet - but I'd be happy to write one if needed. I've given a couple of talks on the subject to local developer groups so I could adapt from that.
The only thing unpredictable about me is just how predictable I'm going to be.
Please excuse me for being somewhat"DUH", but I am not sure how to go about directly changing the entries to active links.
However the first section, the complete section can be served by the following link: http://www.codeproject.com/KB/HTML/htmlbeginner.aspx[^]
To me, at least, this article seems to be a perfect fit for the whole section; especilly since this will be aimed at beginers. At any rate I hope that it is helpful!
Oh, if you don't mind, could you drop me an email explaining how to make changes directly. I am a Silver level member. Thank you.
The only good thing about PAIN:
you know that you are alive!
is the extra focus on asp a consequence of its inelegant design or its excessive complexity, or both?
hahah! just kidding. i'd probably love it if i'd just bothered to restrict myself to a single proprietary operating system.
seriously tho, its a nice idea but i'd like to see more context and less glossary. after all, there's a million 'html tutorials' out there already. how about some background on the document object model, generalised markup languages, etc. also, how to set up a server and database on a local host... etc...
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