Cool, it looks pretty good.
A few thoughts…
I don’t know if I would have underlined the title (and others) - that’s part of the “language of the internet” that means “clickable”. I think the size and weight are enough to make it important.
<blockquote id="quotation" cite="http://www.worldwildlife.org/who/index.html">
<b>"what i do is temporary,<br>
but what i leave behind is<br>
Yeah, I think the
p and the
b elements shouldn’t be there - whatever styling you want should be done with CSS and applied to all block quotes, that id, or a class.
<u> Biography </u>
It’s a minor thing, but this always annoys me. Don’t add extra spaces in your elements like that. The whitespace in front of the element (indenting) is fine because it doesn’t count, but inside an element that is rendering text, it gets rendered to the screen. Many is the time I’ve had to spend time trying to figure out why something isn’t centered or aligned properly just to find out that it was a junior dev that did something like this. If you sincerely want those extra spaces around “Biography”, then that’s different. (In that case it could also be accomplished with CSS.) I only see you doing it on your
h2s, but still, break yourself of this habit.
border: solid 5px;
Most people would shorten that to
border: solid 5px grey;
But still, it looks good. Have fun on the next project.