Don’t forget to bookmark this Emmet cheatsheet for your reference!
Whew, that was a short tutorial, but even it’s short, it was meant to be short. Emmet’s purpose is to make HTML coding super-fast and super-simple with just a line or two using special characters. I have to admit that Emmet can be really confusing, but this is a good time to play around with your text editor and see what kinds of HTML output you get by combining what you’ve learned from the past two parts.
From this point, this is where there will be questions to be asked, so let’s get to it.
Some aFAQs (A Few Asked Questions)
We’ve got some possible aFAQs regarding Emmet! Let’s get to them. Just click on the questions below and the answer will be revealed.
On the final note…
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