I wonder about this more here: “Continuous improvement, it is worth my time?”
How to manage your learning notes?
- I noticed that some tips were saved several times in different places;
- “Ctrl + F” doesn’t work in the paper notebook;
- frequently-used paper notebooks tired out quickly.
In view of the growing problems with knowledge management, I decided to transfer my notes to the digital world. I didn’t think long about the tool. In fact, I know two good tools for storing knowledge: Evernote and Microsoft OneNote.
A tool from Microsoft, in my opinion, is definitely a better choice. It has all the advantages of Evernote but also allows you to throw links within sections, making searching for information extremely simple. What’s more, the desktop application is much more pleasant to use.
Some HTML 5 useful tags to put on your webpage.
<iframe src=” “></iframe> very often used to embed videos from YouTube;
<video controls width=””> <source src=” ” type=” “></video> allows you to place video material on the webpage.
<audio controls><source src=””></audio> allowing you to place audio material on the webpage.
Copyright and free access to information was the subject of heated debate in 2019, but I don’t really know what it was. Can you cite other webpages on your webpage or not? In any case, should you need to use the elegant HTML citat tag, you will definitely need <blockquote cite=””></blockquote> for this purpose.
The webpage must be responsive. No one doubts that anymore. The challenge is to load the right size photos depending on the size of the user’s screen. It seems obvious that serving high-resolution photos to small screens unnecessarily slows down page loading. Fortunately, HTML offers a <picture> tag where we can specify which files to load depending on the screen size, e.g .:
When mentioning the photos, it is also worth noting that apart from the popular jpg or png format, the wepb format is now available. It is a much lighter format, and the loss of photo quality is acceptable.
These are just a few tags that can help you use on a daily basis. Of course, there are many more tags. In fact, it’s easy to see for yourself how many html tags there are that you don’t use when trying to pass an evaluation exam on LinkedIn 😉