Abstract Sequential Stephanie Hobson's abstract thoughts in the sequence she has them.

Posts Tagged ‘self-taught’

Why Abstract Sequential?

Short answer: it’s my thinking style :) It means I enjoy theory, logic, precision and abstract thought and that I learn best through lecture, independent research, and following procedures. This means I love web design but makes my blog very, very boring. It’s one of four learning styles as categorized by Dr. Anthony F. Gregorc. […]

Striving for excellence

I just finished my first micoformatted page! When I was writing the information page for HOPE’s spring dinners I coded all the dinners as events and the organizers as hcards :) I did work with Brandon to re-do the BCIT Contacts application to use microformats but he did most of the coding on that project. […]

Something new today

So apparently we’re supposed to be encoding ampersands when we write them in the href part of anchor tags. <a href=”http://stephaniehobson.ca/file.php ยป ?fire=hot&amp;beer=foamy”>link</a>

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I am, for the most part, self taught when it comes to HTML and CSS. I’ve take a few courses to get a piece of paper that says I can do what I say I can do but learned very little from them. I spotted this little CSS tidbit in a presenter’s code at the […]