Well, I made it through the first seven challenges. As proof of completion, my helloworld.html file was uploaded, via FTP and is now available at
Webmaking 101 was a very basic, introductory course. However, by going back to the basics I was able to refresh myself on at least one tag and was able to interact with others, sharing similar interests.
I was able to accomplish my goal as well (to see what P2PU is all about). I think P2PU has a good start. While I think there are a few things which need significant attention, before P2PU can become anything viable, a solid foundation is already in place.
I will likely continue using P2PU from time to time; if for nothing other than to stay refreshed on the various web coding standards. Having 15 years of experience, I’ll probably spend some time, trying to help others learn as well. I may even become a mentor.
I do think P2PU deserves a look, by education systems and by you. Even if the current options do not present anything you want/need to learn, you could absolutely help others learn; that is after all, what P2PU is all about.
This post represents the required post for P2PU: Webmaking 101 – You’re Live.
Prior P2PU Posts
If you are interested in any of my prior posts in the P2PU: Webmaking 101 series, you can see them below:
- P2PU: Webmaking 101
- P2PU: Webmaking 101 – Writing HTML by Hand
- P2PU: Webmaking 101 – Choose Your Weapon
- P2PU: Webmaking 101 – HTML Hunting in the World Around You
- P2PU: Webmaking 101 – Attack the DNS
- Hosting & DNS
Oh, and if you have the time, I have a poll running at the bottom of the P2PU: Webmaking 101 – Choose Your Weapon post. Take some time to cast your vote. If you don’t see your favorite text editor listed, just add it. I think those who are watching this poll would find it much more useful if the actual editor was mentioned if you choose to vote for “other.”