Changing the Size of an Image on Your Webpage
One of the most important procedures in designing a webpage is proper sizing of images.
There are two ways to resize an image, use a graphics application, or set the width and
height attributes in the html img tag. More ...
Line Break Basics
A line break is a single tag that allows you to explicitly cause a carriage-return
line-feed. One good use for the line break tag is to code a simple list. Shown
below is the standard code for a list. More ...
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 ...
Wrapping Text Around Images
By default the baseline of the image is placed on the same baseline as the text. If you
want the text to wrap around the image, use the image tag's align attribute. 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 ...
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 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 ...
The HTML Head Tag
This article describes the structure of a webpage document and the html head tag. More ...
HTML5 Input Type - URL
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
URL control provides built-in validation of URLs. More ...
How to Make a Table Scroll
It's very common for a table to contain more data than can be displayed on a webpage without
scrolling the webpage. A large table would be much easier to deal with if the table contents itself
could scroll, rather than having to scroll the entire webpage. In this article, I'll show you exactly
how to accomplish that. More ...
What is HTML?
The first HTML was used in 1989 by the physicist Tim Berners-Lee working at the CERN
particle physics laboratory in Geneva Switzerland. It was used to share documents. More ...
Create a Meta Tag Slide Show - No Java Script Required
You want to put a slide show on your webpage but, either you can not, or do not want to,
use Java Script. Well, you can create a slide show using only the html "refresh" meta
tag - no Java Script required. More ...