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From: ANONYMOUS
Date: Wed 8th Apr, 9:43pm
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Hi, just wanted to clarify, when you said ".. and refer to elements with the web site as 
examples" for the HTML page on project1, does that mean we're only suppose to use HTML for 
this page, and not include any CSS or JS?

"... and refer to elements with the web site as examples"

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From: Timothy F.
Date: Thu 9th Apr, 12:00pm
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ANONYMOUS wrote:

> Hi, just wanted to clarify, when you said ".. and refer to elements with the web site as 
> examples" for the HTML page on project1, does that mean we're only suppose to use HTML for 
> this page, and not include any CSS or JS?

No, definitely not. All pages can (and should) have CSS HTML and JS, but the HTML page should 
refer to the HTML used to produce the website, the CSS page should use examples of CSS within 
the website, and likewise for JS.  

"... and refer to elements with the web site as examples"

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From: ANONYMOUS
Date: Thu 9th Apr, 4:26pm
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Do we have to do an example of our internal code? Or can we choose to show a general example of the thing we are trying to explain, and then explain that?

"... and refer to elements with the web site as examples"

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From: Timothy F.
Date: Fri 10th Apr, 12:22pm
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ANONYMOUS wrote:

> Do we have to do an example of our internal code? Or can we choose to show a general example of the thing we are trying to explain, and then explain 
that?

Internal code is prefered. That way you can refer to both the code and its rendering in teh page.
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