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HTML Numbered or Ordered List
There are three kinds of html lists; The unordered list, the definition list, and the ordered list, which in which every item is preceded by a number or letter. More ...

Setting the Number of Items Visible in a Select List
An HTML Select list is a form control used to create a drop-down list of items from which the user can select. The select list can appear as a drop-down list, or by setting its size property it can appear as a scrolling list. More ...

HTML5 role Attribute
AJAX applications can update a webpage without the user realizing the content has changed. The role attribute can be used to inform the accessibility application that the webpage content has changed. 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 ...

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 ...

The Font Tag
Starting with HTML version 4, the font tag was "deprecated" meaning that at some point in the future it may no longer be supported by some browsers. However, I believe the font tag will be supported long into the future. More ...

How to Code HTML Lists
A list is an arrangement of text about related items, usually arranged vertically. The items may, or may not be arranged in a specific order Readers like lists because a list is more readable than a block of text and provides order in a more easily understandable way. 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 ...

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 ...

Form Input Labels
Using the label element with your form input elements rather than just placing text next to them is a good idea that makes your web site more accessible. 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 Blockquote Basics
You have probably seen webpages that display a quote from the article, but taken out of the flow of the article text. The html blockquote element is easy to use and can be used break up the monotony of paragraphs of text and give your webpage a more professional look. More ...