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<div id="main">
  <div id="container">
       <div id="title">
         <h1>Pre Junior Web Developer Mike Sense<h1>
           <h2>Creator of this rookie page</h2>
           <div id="img-div">
             <img src="" alt="Sorry for a totally random picture" id="image">
             <p id="img-caption">Random google search for random genius</p>
             <div id="tribute-info">
               <h3>Here is a time line of Mike Sense FCC progress:</h3>
               <ul id="timeline">
                 <li><strong>Monday 30th March</strong> - Started with Responsive Web Design Certification. Finished Basic HTML,HTML5 and CSS.</li>
                 <li><strong>Tuesday 31th March</strong> - Finished Apllied Visual Design.</li>
                 <li><strong>Wednesday 1st April</strong> - Finished Applied Accessibility and Responsive Web Design Principles.</li>
                 <li><strong>Thursday 2nd April</strong> - Finished CSS Flexbox.</li>
                 <li><strong>Friday 3rd April</strong> - Finished CSS Grid and checked what the **** is coming next.</li>
                 <li><strong>Saturday 4th April</strong> - Decided to start building this page.(first page building is a bit scary, but all good)</li>
                 <div id="extra">
                   <p id="note"><strong>One little note to FCC builders.</strong> Too many times you showed in the code with comments where to put properties with values. Didn't understand what is the point of instructions when you are already showing exactly where to put it. Everything else, SUPERB!</p>
        <h4 id="link">I am not yet famous enough, but here's a link.    Empty <a href="" target="_blank" id="tribute-link">Wikipedia</a> entry.</h4>
    <div id="end"></div>
  <footer>Written and coded by <a href="" target="_blank">Mike Sense</a>. Thank you for your epic course and time you give for review. Have a nice day!</footer>


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