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Web Page Template
Every webpage starts out with a basic set of tags, doctype, html, head, meta, title, and body.This article provides yo uwith ahe template for a basic webpage. More ...

Line Breaks in HTML
Whether you are hand-coding your webpage, or trying to get your WYSIWYG webpage application to do what you want, understanding the html tags that control line breaks is very important. There are html tags to force a line break, tags to prevent a line break, and even tags to suggest a line break. More ...

HTML title Tag
The title tag defines the title of the webpage, which is displayed in the title bar of the Web browser. The title tag must be located in the head section of the document. One of the most important functions of the title tag is in SEO. More ...

When to Use the nofollow Attribute value
The majority of blogs allow visitors to add comments to a post. However, the moment this comment feature was invented, spammers started to take advantage of it. The nofollow attribute value is used to communicate that you don't want search engines to index the content pointed to by the link. More ...

The HTML Head Tag
This article describes the structure of a webpage document and the html head tag. More ...

Easy Form Design
In this article, I show you how to code your own html submission forms. Maybe you are using a WYSIWYG web page design tool and you can't get your forms to work the way you want them to. Maybe you want to show a web page designer how you want your form to look. More ...

HTML5 Input Type - Email
With previous versions of HTML you used the form control input type="text" to capture typed data from the user. You had to validate the user's input using string methods and or regular expressions. The HTML5 email control provides built-in validation of email addresses. More ...

Aligning an Image on Your Web Page
By default the baseline of the image is placed on the same baseline as the text. However you can set the align attribute to change where the baseline of the image will be located relative to the baseline of the text. More ...

Text Features
There is a series of html tags that you can use to configure features of your text like boldness, italics, strike though, underline, and more. More ...

HTML Textarea Basics
In this article, you learn how to code an html textarea element and how to control the text in a textarea, along with an introduction into using CSS, Java Script, and server-side programming with an html textarea element. More ...

HTML Text Tags Basics
Today, most webpage text design is accomplished through the use of style definitions rather than html tags. Although style definitions are extremely powerful for text design, they are also very complicated. I find some of the old html tags are quicker to use, require less code, and are easier to understand. More ...

Use Meta Tags for Search Engine Optimization
Statistics show that only one of every four Web Sites use Meta tags. However using these tags can give your site an advantage over other sites that do not. Meta tags enable most visitors to initially find your site from the search engines. More ...