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When would you use css vs html where should classes

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When would you use CSS vs HTML? Where should classes and ids be used? What are the CSS selectors and how are they used? What are the various components of an HTML tag? Week 3: What is a dynamically typed language? What is an interpreted language? Where can JavaScript be run? What are the primitive types in JavaScript? If something is not a primitive type in JS, what is it? Is the function keyword needed to create a callable function? What is its significance? How are functions defined in JavaScript? What is JSON? And what is its relationship to objects? What tools can we use to debug JavaScript? Week 4:
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When a function is returned from another function, what variables does it have access to? What are some use cases for passing functions to other functions? What are the differences between using the basic object notation vs using an object constructor? What is the object prototype chain? When is it used? Week 5: What is the DOM? How and why are events used? What are some methods to get access to elements in a page using JavaScript? How can JavaScript modify elements on a page? Week 6: What is an asynchronous call?
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