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If you’re like the majority of students, you dislike tests, sometimes with a vengeance. There is good reason to that too, since the brain isn’t very renowned for taking in info and keeping it. However, there’s some things you can do before and during the big test to help prime your nerve center for action.… Continue reading Test Hacks
Since the page menu isn’t really emphasized, I thought I would give a shoutout, since the pages have helpful links to HTML and Polls, and give you info about myself. Check it out at the sidebar to the left! Another shoutout to Words Warrior @ http://thefallingthoughts.com/ . You’ve been very supportive of me. Thanks!
Most of us have watched (and loved) the many classic children cartoons Pixar, the iconic cartoon company, came out with. However, some dedicated people have taken a closer look at a few of the movies from about 1995 to 2013, including Toy Story and Cars. And they have found a connection that’s frankly mind blowing.… Continue reading The Pixar Theory
Nature is more powerful than we can ever imagine, and its creations can be awe-inducing and very destructive. Here’s some amazing things only occurring in nature that have amazed and puzzled many generations of humans. The Aurora Borealis, also known as the Northern Lights, is a really cool effect caused by solar radiation passing through the Earth’s… Continue reading Natural Phenomena
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IMPORTANT: If you haven’t looked at the other HTML Coding pages, do that now. Click here for the first tutorial. In the last lesson, we learned how to add images and links to our webpage. However, a lot of the pictures you find on your search engine are much too big for your browser, and they… Continue reading HTML Coding #4: Attributes