Course: Digital Humanities Lab

Showcase from Technologies of Text (9/13)

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    Mary Isbell
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    If you’re experimenting with HTML, you can compose your project as a reply to this message and then switch between the “visual” and the “text” tabs in the top right corner of the tool bar to decide how you would like to present your text. You can view a list of HTML tags at this training website.

    If you’ve made edits (or plan to make edits) to edit an article on Wikipedia, share a link to the page you’re working on and explain what you did or want to do.

    If you’d like to experiment with XML, I will work with you to get your mini-project uploaded to TAPAS (we can keep the project private or make it public). Use any plain text editor to create your file and upload it to the “Files” section of our course page.

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