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Angie Walls
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Exploring "freeCodeCamp"

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This time, I wanted to practice some HTML and someone recommended freeCodeCamp, it has interesting topics about Basic HTML for beginner and I learned three of them

Comments This is a very important topic to reference sections making notes without affecting output.

The HTML is <!----> and the used this way:

<!--This note is not seen in the output--><h1>Some title</h1>
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This is the link I used to learn these HTML elements
freeCodeCamp>Basic>Uncomment

Descriptive HTML tags The HTML elements that help your code to be more descriptive and at the same time they help to better sectioning are: nav, section, article, aside, h1..h6, header, footer, address, main
e.g. "main"

<main>
  <h1>Nice Title</h1>
  <p>Some pretty text ❤ </p>
<main/>
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This is the link I used to learn these HTML elements
freeCodeCamp>Basic>Elements

Add Images to your website
One of the HTML elements I studied to add images from URLs and from local folder is:

<img scr="URL" Alt="image's description"/>
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This is the link I used to learn these HTML elements
freeCodeCamp>Basic>Add Images

Any feedback is welcomed

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Edwin Aragon

This is a great opportunity for you, freeCodeCamp is a great resource you're going to learn a lot. If you're starting in the web dev world I would suggest you to commit to the #100DaysOfCode challenge I heard the results are amazing! Keep it up!

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Astoul

Great keep going

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