As you might know, we’ve been recently working on a project to add interactive examples to the tops of MDN reference pages.
When we needed CSS examples we asked for help from our volunteers and got an amazing response, so this post is to ask if anyone wants to help us write HTML examples.
We’ve written a few HTML examples already, so you can see what they look like:
If you’re interested in helping out, please:
- read our “contributing” guide, and in particular the “contributing HTML examples” guide
- pick an issue from the list of “help wanted” and “example needed” issues on GitHub
- write an example and send a pull request to https://github.com/mdn/interactive-examples
Finally: there’s a spreadsheet listing all the HTML elements and attribute pages on MDN. This is what I’m using to track the work. So if you’re not inspired by any of the items that already have GitHub issues, then you’re welcome to work on any of the items in this spreadsheet that don’t already have an issue filed, and that are up for grabs (meaning, that the “status” column is “Not started”).
If you do decide to work on one of the spreadsheet items, please file an issue for it, and in the issue, comment that you are intending to work on it. This will help us to avoid collisions.