My first project creating a web page, I recreated the NETFLIX home page using HTML5 and styling with CSS3. Using <articles> to section it into 6. <class> To style broadly. unordered list <ul> to list. <footer> for the last section. Below are the output screenshots.

Using HTML code to create a blog recipe: Jollof Rice

<!DOCTYPE html>
<meta charset=”utf-8">
<meta name=”viewport” content=”width=device-width”>
<title>Recipe Assignment</title>
</head><h1> Jollof Rice</h1>
<body> <p1>My </p>
<p2><img src=”" alt=”Jollof Rice”></p2>
<! — This is unordered list →

<p><strong>INGREDIENTS:</strong> </p3>
<ul> <li><a href= “">1½ cups of rice </a></li>…

I created this story for the first time using HTML code and tags, and would love to share my html learnings from Pirple here. Please read, correct or compliment in the comment section. Scroll down to see my story code and the output .

Tips: Open<> and always close</> all…

Doris Dujany

A work in progress. New to the world of coding.

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