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Hello. While we do appreciate your 'business' here, i have to recommend that you instead talk with your professor/instructor. That is one of the reasons they are there. I know from experience that unless the instructor is just plain mean, talking to them on a regular basis can make the difference for borderline pass/fail students.

Now, for everyone else - i am the only one that got a little disturbed by this requirement?

C) any html tags within html files are to be converted to upper case

I took me 3 years to convince myself that lower case was better ...Check out this little snippet from

If you want to prepare yourself for the next generations of HTML you should start using lowercase tags. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) recommends lowercase tags in their HTML 4 recommendation, and XHTML (the next generation HTML) demands lowercase tags.

Don't tell your instructor i said this though ... they might agree with you and substitute a harder requirement. ;) (although lowercasing the tags would be better)


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In reply to (jeffa) Re: help please by jeffa
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