Yesterday we did the big HTML Test. It was one of the many big things I had on this week with uni including filming, editing and essays, and at first I really didn’t feel ready. So the night before I looked back over all my tabling stuff, wrote down a whole bunch of things from links on the Networked blog and tried them out at home, very late the night before. I found that getting good at coding, like anything, requires practice in order to memorise patterns. At first I really struggled to comprehend the “idea” of coding- thinking that everything you see on a webpage is made up of pages and pages of code which needs to be universal. Then, after going through PDFs on the blog and cheking out HTML Dog one cold and lonely night, I found it was just like maths in a way, which I’m good at. With regular practice, I was able to produce this..
…using lines and lines of code; something that was completely beyond my grasp only a few weeks ago.