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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 ...

Webpage DOCTYPE Declarations Explained
DOCTYPE is a declaration that should appear as the first line in your webpage code. It defines the standard to which your webpage is coded, and provides information to the browser as to how the code should be interpreted. Make sure your webpage's doctype matches it's coding standard. More ...

Use fieldset to Organize Form Elements
The html fieldset tag provides a way to organize groups of related form input elements. The fieldset tag draws a box around the related elements. Used along with the legend tag, it provides a way to label the groups of related elements. More ...

Divide a Table Into Head (thead), Body (tbody), and Footer (tfoot) Sections
The html thead, tbody, and tfoot tags allow you to divide a table into sections. In this article I show you how to accomplish this in order to remove cell borders in the table header and add a different color to the table header and footers. 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 ...

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 ...

HTML dfn Tag
The dfn tag does exactly the same thing as the i (Italic) tag. There's really no reason not to use the more common i tag instead. Actually, you should prefer to set a style attribute for the definition word. More ...

Block and Inline HTML Elements
There are two main types of html elements, block and inline. A block element starts and ends with an inherent line break. An inline element starts at a position defined by its sequence in the code. More ...

Can Enterprise Applications Be Made Using HTML5?
Enterprise applications need to be integrated with other applications used by the business and must be deployable across internet. Surveys indicate a gradual increase in the number of enterprise app developers migrating to HTML5. More ...

Add an Image to a Web Page
Adding an image to a webpage makes it much more interesting. But for the image to appear, you have to get its path right. Using the methods described here, you have no problem defining the correct path. More ...

Using del and ins Tags to Mark Up Editing on HTML Page
As society moves away from printed documents and towards online webpages, a way is needed to mark deletions and insertions on html pages similar to was done on paper documents. That's where the del and ins html tags come in. More ...

Easy Code to Add Google Site Search to Your Website
Some authors will tell you that you need to have an account with Google in order to create a Google Site Search box. This is entirely untrue. This artilce provides the code for Google site search, just paste this code into the desired location on your website. More ...