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Exercises for adapting with Emmet (Ex Zen-coding) CSS-style selector
1) Look up on the internet the simple code for generating the base html5 structure;
2) What would be the code for generating the following structure:
3) What would be the code for generating a table with 10 rows and 2 columns?
4) Create a code for generating the following structure:
5) Create a code for representing an 8x8 checkers board, such that a td which would represent a black cell has the class "black", and the same logic for the white cells.
6) Explain (with words, briefly) what the following code would generate:
7) Create a webpage with a 5*5 table with the background color teal and the rows counting one through five;
8) Create an ordered list of 12 images, such as their source images would be inside the "img" folder, and were called image[1-12].png, and having the alt with their respective order;
9) create the code for a yellow table the shape of an "L" (the table has to have "border" enabled).
10) Join the results of the previous two exercises by pointing each of them in a different div, and both at the same level;
11) Create a webpage consisting of three parts:
* Banner: Will be an image stored inside "img" folder, called "banner.jpg"
* Content: will have a list of 10 posts (such as a blog), and will be positioned to the left, and beneath the banner. The posts will have the following structure:
- title (h3, centered);
- content (paragraph, justified);
- caption for "add comments";
- textarea for comments;
- submit button with form action to "comment.php" and method = post;
- link for the respective comments page (up to you, just need to have a link beneath);
* Sidebar: will have a list of links to previous pages, numbered 1 through 10;
(Whether you add the styles to keep the content and sidebar side by side from an external file or using the style property of the divs is up to you);
Obs: Some of these answers may not be the best practices, but instead are used for educational purposes (sometimes overcomplicated on purpose)
6) A table with three rows and 5 columns;
html:5>table[style="background-color: teal"]>tr*5>td{$}*5
ol>(li>a[src="img/image$.png"][alt="Image $"])*12
table>(tr*10>td[style="background-color: yellow"]*5)+(tr*5>td[style="background-color: yellow"]*15)
(div>(ol>(li>a[src="img/image$.png"][alt="Image $"])*12))+(div>table>(tr*10>td[style="background-color: yellow"]*5)+(tr*5>td[style="background-color: yellow"]*15))
11) Answer using an external css file called css/style.css (which is left as further exercise to create)
html:5>(link[rel="stylesheet"][type="text/css"][href="css/style.css"]>)+div#wrap>(div#banner>img[src="img/banner.png"]>a[href="home.php"][alt="Blog"])+(div#content>*10>center>(h3{This is post $})+p{This is a default text, acting as a placeholder for post $.}+br+p{Please comment!}+form[method="get"]>(input[name="comment"][type="text"])+input[type="submit"][value="Submit"])+(div#sidebar>ul>(li>a[href="page$.php"]{Page $})*10)

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malcolm-kee commented Feb 10, 2019

Thanks for creating this! I'm using it to teach junior developers on emmet.

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