The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 320 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 5 trips to carry that many people.
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The year could have been better. However I am happy and next year will put in lot of efforts because with my first year of Entrepreneurship I have lot of information to share on teams, practices and small business.
- Download the offline Hour of Code from here (zip file)
- Extract the zip file on the desktop.
- Double click the HourOfCode.html file and open it in a browser.
- You will see the web page shown below in the image.
- Explaining windows on the Offline Web Development
Window #1 (Lesson Window): It contains the explains for 3 HTML tags we have plan to learn in next one hour.
Window #2 (Exercise Window): It contains the questions that the student need to solve in order to code the 3 HTML tags. It also contains the final result that the student will see after finishing the code.
Window #3 (Code Window): Here is the place where students write the code. You can tell the student write your code in yellow window.
Window #4 (Output Window): When the students writes the code in yellow window (Code window) and clicks the button “Click here to run your first code” the result is displayed in output window. (Result shown below)
Explain student before you start to code :
- Explain the application of HTML to the students.
- Where normally that see HTML?
- What are the use of it?
- Explain what is an browser and its use.
- Explain what is a tag in HTML.
Happy Hour of Code!