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BOOK: HTML5 24-Hour Trainer
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I have finished reading Chapter 6 and am doing the "Step-by-Step".
I just loaded onto Textfile the "new.html" file from wrox.com's download of Lesson 6. This file is completely blank. Apparently, there was supposed to be some tags like "break" I'm supposed to deal with. What to do?
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