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Listing 5.1. index.html—Application HTML structure
Step 2: Write HTML code for the navigation bar
This code comprises a <nav> element with three list items, one for each view in the ap-
plication: Task List, Add Task, and Settings. Add the navigation bar's HTML code in the
next listing within the <body> of your HTML document.
Listing 5.2. index.html—Adding a navigation bar
Step 3: Create views with <section> elements
The final part of the HTML page uses <section> elements to define the application's
three views. The first view, Task List, contains a search form and a results list, which will
be generated by a JavaScript function. The next view, Add Task, contains a form that al-
lows the user to create a new task and due date. The last view, Settings, contains a form
to set the name and color scheme preference for the application. A class attribute bound to
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