Not everybody managed to get the exercise done on time.
A common mistake was to close of the list items too soon. When a list is nested inside another, it goes inside the li. So closing off France with a /li when there are cities inside it, is incorrect. Lists are not that important, but that exercise illustrates the structure of HTML.
If you struggled with this exercise, this video might help.
The HTML validator at validator.w3.org is a great resource for checking that HTML is correct. Just because something looks OK in the browser, doesn't mean it's correct. We don't need a lot of HTML for this module. So we won't dwell on it too much.
Please complete the nested list exercise and submit it via Blackboard by Sunday lunchtime.
By now you should have watched the videos for Classes 01 & 02.
You should have your PHP server up an running. If you have not, or it you are not sure, please contact me.
When writing PHP & HTML you can use any text editor that you like. Most CIT students prefer Notepad++ or Programmers Notepad. Mac users like TextWrangler. WordPad is a poor choice because it really encourages you to save the code as a .doc rather than a plain vanilla text file.
If you feel like you want to skip ahead on occasion I'll be putting the videos into this YouTube channel.
Four and half hours of EU regulations in every dose
Earlier in the week I recorded lectures on the GDPR. Rather than waiting until I had the audio edited and synchronised with the slides in video form I e-mailed the raw audio to students along with the slides. The files are on Blackboard now also. The audio file is 4.5 hours long. So obviously I don't expect anyone to get through it in one sitting. It's guaranteed to send you to sleep it you try.
Today I upload e-mailed some articles and notes that elaborate on the "legitimate interest" justification for data processing. The GDPR isn't especially informative on that.
No one attended the live session tonight.
Although the GDPR lecture largely concludes our business I will be online again next week to answer any questions or help with any issues.