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The doctype declaration doesn’t have to be more complicated than tags in HTML5.

After all, this is a template, not something I type from beginning to end each time. This is what will appear in the title area of your browser, or, more likely, as the name of your tab. (min stands for minified, which means that it’s not meant to be read by persons, but it’s faster to load).

All my projects proper are in folders within that directory.

First, you always need to have a live internet connection, so there’s no working in the park outside of free wifi space (for example), and also, it will probably be slower than having the file locally or on your own web space.

Like the javascript file, any style information can be contained within the html file, but unlike the script, it is completely optional. Finally, you may want a data file, you know, with data (csv, txt, json, xml…). So let’s see how this articulates by looking at a typical d3 html file. If you omit the doctype documentation, your browser will read the html in “quirks mode“, i.e.

Now if you’re interested in web-oriented visualization and want to do it with d3.js, it’s still fairly simple, but it is built upon a number of technologies that you’re supposed to know a little.

Front-end developers live and breathe the web and have been exposed to all things javascript, HTML, CSS, you name it, in enormous doses.

Second, when I type my opening parenthesis, it adds a closing one, and as long as my cursor touches either it underlines them both.