There are many things wrong with this page. It's not so bad that it won't work on most browsers, but it has many things that could be written much better. Your job is to use this code as a starting point and improve it.
This is a link to the other page in this badly written pair of pages. It uses a relative URL to point to a file in the same file system. This is necessary if you are building a site for portability, so that you can move it from one place (say your local computer) to another (say, your website).
And this is a link to Athabasca's main site It uses an absolute URL that points to a unique web address. When the site moves, it will still point to that same address.
Pictures are not a part of a web page - the HTML page includes a link that tells the browser to embed the image (if it can) and some extra optional attributes such as its position relative to the text. It is far preferable to use stylesheets for this kind of formatting, but that's a subject for the next unit.
Photo by Nathan Dumlao on Unsplash.
* According to W3Schools, indented list should no longer be done by nesting <UL> tags. Indenting can be done using CSS which is discouraged in unit 2 of this course.
|Tables should only be used for tabular data||and never for layout|
|but many people do||use them for layout|
|It's not good for accessibility. Stylesheets work much better for this|