Congratulations! You have finished the course materials for HTML Online! Give yourself a round of applause and a pat on the back from me!
In the last twelve modules, I have attempted to impart every relevant piece of information that I could think of concerning HTML and web programming which could reasonably (or perhaps unreasonably) be squeezed into twelve lectures. I hope that your head hasn't exploded with so much information stuffed into it!
I have done my best to provide you with the most complete, most accurate information about current web programming practices as seen in the perspective of the latest international standards. Except where I've noted otherwise, everything I've told you is both backwards-compatible with older browsers, yet also future-compatible with the best and newest web browsers. All of my experience with the Web has been poured into this course; I hope that you have found it helpful.
I strongly urge you to print out these lectures before the semester ends, for your own personal reference in future months and years.
Good luck with your endeavors! I wish you every happiness, and I truly hope that you have enjoyed our time together.
Take care, and be well!
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