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This is a work-in-progress style guide for authoring content in this handbook.
- The use of first-person should be avoided, e.g. "I recommend selecting the third option"
- All image or other embedded assets should be placed in an
assetsfolder adjacent to the markdown document and linked with relative paths.
- All links to other pages in the handbook should use relative paths without the
- Every directory with content should contain a
README.mdthat acts as a summary, or table of contents for that section.
- Avoid use of temporal phrases like: "today, we discussed a new topic", or "in yesterday's assignment".
- Follow the assignment template.
- Requirements should be stated in clear, complete sentences, including punctuation:
Put your short essay into an HTML page, using appropriate semantic HTML tags.
- Objectives may be stated as sentence fragments, without punctuation:
Create an event-driven user interface