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<h1>, <h2>, <h3>...), paragraphs (
<p>), ordered/unordered lists (
<ol>, <ul>), etc. Think about how each of these tags changes the look, feel and the behavior of your website. For example, what looks bigger,
<h2>? Why use
<div>tag that inherently behaves as a "box" (which means that it has borders, width and height) and how to use
<div>to separate your content visually.
display: flex;CSS rule.
<div>be on the side of another? By applying
display: flex;to a common immediate parent.
#idselector? Because it's too specific, it goes against reusability.
#idselector? Never, we will use
let age = 2;
ageand want to know if it's bigger than 16:
(age > 16). This logical operation will be converted to
if(age>16) console.log("You can drive").
let ages = [2,23,45,67].
forloop like this:
for(let i=0; i<ages.length; i++) console.log("Age: "+i);. This code will print in the developer inspector all the ages inside the
.js. Other ways are discouraged 99% of the time.
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