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HTML 5 projects to practice on

 
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hello, i am new on here , so i am trying to get used to things on here. i  have a question  on html 5.
Recently  i have been learning html 5 right from the beginning by myself . i was wondering if anyone
knows where i can get some  html  projects  for free so that i can practice what i have learnt by applying it
in projects ....if that makes sense.
 
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GitHub is chock full of open source projects you can contribute on.

That said, you will find that most projects do not consist of just HTML. Web apps are powered by the triad of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Most projects you will find will not be pure HTML.
 
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Bear Bibeault wrote:GitHub is chock full of open source projects you can contribute on.

That said, you will find that most projects do not consist of just HTML. Web apps are powered by the triad of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Most projects you will find will not be pure HTML.




OK . that website  which you mentioned  is  it free?
so from that website  can i get some project type questions  from that website for free?

please give me the link to that website.
 
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Just google it. No, GitHub does not have "questions", it has lots of projects to which you could apply your knowledge. It is not really a place where you can easily learn or practice basic skills.

My advice is for people to work on something they are interested in, not to try and find stuff other people are interested in. Think about what kind of web site you would like to build, and start working on that.
 
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Tim Moores wrote:Just google it. No, GitHub does not have "questions", it has lots of projects to which you could apply your knowledge. It is not really a place where you can easily learn or practice basic skills.

My advice is for people to work on something they are interested in, not to try and find stuff other people are interested in. Think about what kind of web site you would like to build, and start working on that.



if  i create a website using html and CSS
would you be able to check  it if  i am dong  it
the right way .. and  if there  is any mistake then let me
know what  is the correct one . Would that be possible
for you to do  if  i post it on  here ??
 
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Feel free to post any questions you have, along with any code you create. There's a good chance someone will take the time to look at it. Questions like "why does this and this not work" tend to do better here than questions like "what could be improved about this", but both are OK to post.
 
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For the front-end stuff, in addition to showing your websites here,  I recommend signing up for freeCodeCamp, they have some projects there that you can complete and the forums are very busy, you will get more feedback.
 
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Tim Moores wrote:Feel free to post any questions you have, along with any code you create. There's a good chance someone will take the time to look at it. Questions like "why does this and this not work" tend to do better here than questions like "what could be improved about this", but both are OK to post.



Can you please  answer a few questions for me  regarding the coding below:
1)  for the margin and padding does it have to be "0" or can it be any value?
2)  the coding below it says that the overflow is hidden  ... can it be anything or does it have to be hidden ?
3)  the text-decoration says its none but can i put anything if i want to or does it have to be none?
 
<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<style>
ul {
 list-style-type: none;
 margin: 0;
 padding: 0;
 overflow: hidden;
 background-color: #333;
}
li {
 float: left;
}
li a {
 display: block;
 color: white;
 text-align: center;
 padding: 14px 16px;
 text-decoration: none;
}
li a:hover {
 background-color: #111;
}
</style>
</head>
<body>
<ul>
 <li><a class="active" href="#home">Home</a></li>
 <li><a href="#news">News</a></li>
 <li><a href="#contact">Contact</a></li>
 <li><a href="#about">About</a></li>
</ul>
</body>
</html>
 
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can someone please tell me where i can find HTML 5 and CSS interview questions which will give me some idea what kind of questions they will ask me at an interview?
 
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debs mahap wrote:
Can you please  answer a few questions for me  regarding the coding below:
1)  for the margin and padding does it have to be "0" or can it be any value?
2)  the coding below it says that the overflow is hidden  ... can it be anything or does it have to be hidden ?
3)  the text-decoration says its none but can i put anything if i want to or does it have to be none?


The properties would not exist if they could only take one value, right? All the available values can be found by looking up the CSS properties. MDN is a good resource.

And please be sure to UseCodeTags when posting code.
 
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debs mahap wrote:can someone please tell me where i can find HTML 5 and CSS interview questions which will give me some idea what kind of questions they will ask me at an interview?


My experience over the last few years is that in-depth interview questions are a thing of the past. These days, programming exercises to show your knowledge are more prevalent. Your best preparation would be to get experience creating projects and putting the HTML and CSS knowledge you are gathering to work.
 
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Bear Bibeault wrote:

debs mahap wrote:
Can you please  answer a few questions for me  regarding the coding below:
1)  for the margin and padding does it have to be "0" or can it be any value?
2)  the coding below it says that the overflow is hidden  ... can it be anything or does it have to be hidden ?
3)  the text-decoration says its none but can i put anything if i want to or does it have to be none?


The properties would not exist if they could only take one value, right? All the available values can be found by looking up the CSS properties. MDN is a good resource.

And please be sure to UseCodeTags when posting code.



so to my questions  is that a yes ....  that it can be any value ??
 
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Already answered that:

Bear Bibeault wrote:All the available values can be found by looking up the CSS properties. MDN is a good resource.

 
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