Programming always starts with planning: there is a problem that needs to be solved. Analyse the problem and needs, then outline the processing logic (using flowcharts) by separating input, processing, and output. If the problem is large, devide it into modules.
Add commenting to all your code, so that each section is clearly separate and explained. Add your name or initials to all pages as well, or if you co-author, to the sections that you have created. When you copy code from other sources, indicate them clearly.
Similarly with Chrome.
Note also the Responsive design option that lets you compare different screen sizes.
The shortcut for debugging in IE9 is F12.
In Chrome, keyboard shortcut is CRTL+SHIFT+J. You can also right-click on a page to get the Inspect element -option.
Validation for forms: form validation.
HTML validator is located on http://validator.w3.org/.
|Created by: Jaana Holvikivi Last update: 16.1.2013|