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<h1>Challenge for dfn</h1>

<p>INSTRUCTIONS: Fork this CodePen and mark up the passage below the best way you know how with any HTML elements you know. Share your marked up CodePen on Substack with any comments about why you made the choices you did, or comment in your code with your ideas.</p>

<p>SPOILER: The below challenge is text quoted from a book. You may rearrange the content for proper semantic markup. </p>

<p>HINT: Refer to Day 2 on blockquote and q and Day 3 on cite if you need a little help. šŸ˜€ </p>

<p><a href="" target="_blank" class="button">Share your answer on Substack</a></p>
<hr> <!-- hr: a thematic break in a section. See -->

What is bromide paper? It is simply paper coated with gelatino-bromide of silver emulsion, similar to that which, when coated on glass or other transparent support, forms the familiar dry-plate or film used in negative-making. 

      From "Bromide Printing and Enlarging," by John Tennant at


body {
  font-family: Arial, sans-serif;
.button {
  background-color: #eb3b5a;
  padding: 0.5rem 1rem;
  border: 1px solid #eb3b5a;
  border-radius: 30px;
  color: white;
  text-decoration: none;
  font-weight: bold;
  display: inline-block;
  margin-bottom: 5rem;
.button:hover {
  color: #eb3b5a;
  background-color: white;



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