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Programmers are constantly striving to advance their skills.
New methods (using CSS, Tables, and advanced HTML) have enhanced the overall Internet experience.
Yet, even today; the most basic form of HTML is still functional.
The following examples are using the simplest old methods.
The only difference is a slightly organized layout, along with | lines dividing each title.
(you can also choose other dividing lines, such as • , or ¦ .
And conveniently, future titles can be added; along with adding entire rows.
(in the following examples; the 'New Tab' code and inner text are not being used).
(These features can be added later!)
[also note: I've chosen <Div> and </Div> in between rows.
but, a simple <br>could also be used.]
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here's the HTML Code for EE-1:
example EE-2 (html code only)
example EE-3 (html code)
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