Simply Highlighted Text [15/17]

HTML5 has introduced a new tag called <mark> to highlight text.

Sometimes, particularly in large texts, we use a marker to highlight key words, ideas or something else of importance. This is what the <mark> tag helps us to do.

In modern browsers, the text inside <mark> is highlighted with a yellow background.

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<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta charset="utf-8"> <title>Simply Highlighted Text</title> </head> <body> <h1>How It Works: Online Intensive Courses</h1> <p>The downsides of common online courses are evident, but what about making them but a part of learning, adding to them consultations with tutors and personal projects? We decided to try it this way and created our basic intensive curriculum. It consists of five core elements:</p> <ul> <li>Online courses, to get familiar with Web technology and get a basic expertise.</li> <li>Webinars, to provide a more advanced theoretical background.</li> <li>One-to-one communication with the tutors: expert professionals working for HTML Academy connect with students by Skype and consult them individually to explain tough concepts and check their homework (such an approach has proved more efficient than training in a group).</li> <li>End-to-end projects: throughout the course, students go step-by-step implementing real projects to make a layout of a real-world web site.</li> <li>Certification process: some people, as we have said, look towards adding new skills to their CVs; so, they should be given an opportunity to defend their project against multiple criteria and get a real certificate of training.</li> </ul> <p>You can <a href="http://habrahabr.ru/company/htmlacademy/blog/252843/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">read the post in full</a> on the Habrahabr web site (in Russian).</p> </body> </html>
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  1. Select any three fragments of the text with the mark tag.
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