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John Rhea

John is a storyteller with design and development skills. He likes cupcakes, the word "falafel" and using zombies to teach web development (https://undead.institute) His mom thinks he's very funny.

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Lessons Learned from Sixty Days of Re-Animating Zombies with Hand-Coded CSS

I’ll be linking to individual Pens as I discuss the lessons I learned, but if you’d like to get a sense of the entire project, check out 60 days of Animation on Undead Institute. I started this project to end on August 1st, 2020, coinciding with the publication of a book I wrote featuring CSS animation, humor, and zombies — because, obviously, zombies will destroy the world if you don’t brandish your web skills and stop the apocalypse. Nothing puts the hurt on the horde like a HTML element on the move!
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Quoting in HTML: Quotations, Citations, and Blockquotes

It’s all too common to see the incorrect HTML used for quotes in markup. In this article, let’s dig into all this, looking at different situations and different HTML tags to handle those situations.

There are three major HTML elements involved in quotations:

  • <blockquote></blockquote>
  • <q></q>
  • <cite></cite>

Let’s take a look.… Read article “Quoting in HTML: Quotations, Citations, and Blockquotes”