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I need to design a webpage in HTML5 using div and nav tags. This should look like this:

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No. I'm looking for HTML5 codes just for a webpage. I'll use it as a template for a mini project.
Front end web languages are usually not rendered. If you use chrome or firefox, find a plugin called firebug. You could inspect the html/javascript and etc. with it. Or simply just right click and view source.
Comparing your example to the website you listed, it looks like you're trying to move from tables/frames to a div layout? Doing a search on that--using div instead of tables--should churn up a lot of useful results. I'd start a project creating colored rectangles. Use divs to create rectangles of different sizes that fit your description. You might hard code that into the html to begin with, but it might be easier to incorporate a separate css file. (The latter being the more accepted method--not that it matters much when you're learning, except that learning good habits first is a good idea.) You can also check out the source code of the website you listed. If you're using chrome, for example, you can use the "inspect element" option, highlight individual divs, and see how they're formatted on the page.

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