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              <html lang="en">
 * This is an HTML comment to you dear reader.
 * Below is an example of some sexy HTML code.
 * PURPOSE: HTML denotes meaning to plain text content.
 * Tidy little head section. 
 * Followed by a body section. Like every human, an HTML doc has a head and a body, and they're surprisingly similar in function.  -->    
 <title>What Sexy HTML5 Looks like</title>
 <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />
 * CSS Stylesheets: 
 * CSS is HTML's partner-in-crime.
 * Done right, CSS stylesheets control your presentation, for a wide array of media from web of course, but also print, TV, braille, and auriel assistive devices.
 * Note the "media" attribute below to tells computers what medium it's intended to style for.
 <link href=",400i|Oswald:300,400,700" rel="stylesheet" media="all"> 
 <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/styles.css media="screen, projection" />                    
 <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/print.css" media="print" />
 * Javascript:
 * Major Downside: Not search friendly to bots in general. Extra work must be done for search engines and assistive devices to have access  javascript based content :(
 * Javascript is like the cool kid on the block that can do anything. You could create your whole website using Javascript. 
 <script type="text/js" src="scripts/fun-stuff.js"></script>

<body id="home"><!-- Body ID'd, useful for CSS stuff, and JS too -->
  <h1>Sexy <abbr title="Hypertext Markup Language, HTML5">HTML</abbr></h1>
 <section id="page-wrap">
   <p>Last time <a href="" target="_blank">I searched Google for &ldquo;What is HTML?&rdquo;</a>, it gave me one of those hand-picked &amp; emphasized aswers:</p>
<hr />
  <h3><abbr title="Hypertext Markup Language, with HTML5 being the latest specification">HTML</abbr></h3>
  <em>noun</em> COMPUTING<br />
  <q>Hypertext Markup Language, a standardized system for tagging text files to achieve font, color, graphic, and hyperlink effects on World Wide Web pages.</q>
   <a href="" target="_blank">Google&rsquo;s Answer</a>
<hr />
                                                                                                                   <h2><abbr title="What the Frig?">WTF</abbr><span class="text--normal text--bigger">‽</span></h2>
 <p>This seems deceivingly inaccurate and overly complex to me. HTML&rsquo;s purpose is to be an interface between man and machine, and as such, makes content more accessible and defined.</p>
 <h2>That&rsquo;s <abbr title="Hypertext Markup Language">HTML</abbr>&rsquo;s purpose.</h2>
 <p>To take <del class="muted">plain&ndash;<span class="monospace">jane, looks like it came from a typewriter</span>&ndash;text</del> Plain-Text, like <abbr title="Microsoft">MS</abbr> Notepad or similar simple word-processing programs produces, and assign the content general meaning, such a headlines, paragraphs, quotes, lists (numbered &amp; bulleted) etc. A complete list is available here in the <a href="//" title="" target="_blank" rel="follow,index,noopener">Can&rsquo;t Quit Codin&rsquo; <abbr title="Hypertext Markup Language">HTML</abbr> Resource Library</a>.</p>
 <h2>Sexy, Semantic <abbr title="Hypertext Markup Language, includes the HTML5 specification and is how you can High-Tech My Language">HTML</abbr> is&hellip;</h2>
 <li>Lightweight and loads fast</li>
 <li>Fits on all screens</li>
 <li>Looks the same in all browsers</li>
 <li>Accessible to every human &amp; &rsquo;bot that visits your site</li>
 <li>Legible and gets your point across</li>


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