Technical Doc Page content😳

Hi y’all! I want to try my newbie hand at the Technical Documentation Page. Not sure about the content though. Does it have to our own? Or can we borrow content from bff google searches, say about a particular subject I would like to learn myself? Does it have to be extensive? Somebody mentioned a recipe for a local dish. Is that considered technical? What are the scope and limitation, so to speak, of a Technical Documentation Page? Pardon if this sounds dumb. Admittedly, not a tech person​:crazy_face::crazy_face:, but I’m immensely enjoying learning web development​:nerd_face::nerd_face:. Plus it’d be really nice to pass all of the test suites​:grin::grin::grin::grin:. Thanks in advance!

Hi @eclectic.ann !

Most people will choose a programming language for the technical page.

I did mine on C.

You don’t have to do it on a programming language though.

As long as you credit the source you are fine.

And as long as you pass the tests then you will be fine.

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Yes it could be on anything even on HTML!

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what is the proper way to credit the source? is there a specific html code to use or can we just insert the hyperlink of where we got the content? thanks again!

So the recipe idea isnt to be dismissed then :ok_hand:t4::ok_hand:t4::nerd_face:. thank you!

I’ve seen people do recipes for technical documentation. All the challenge cares about is that you have an html document with N number of code elements (which you can style however you like), plus whatever other elements it looks for. Getting creative with it is encouraged :slight_smile:

As for credits, just adding the URL to where you found it is probably enough.

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