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How to Use a Meta Redirect
A Meta Redirect is a META tag that, when a visitor arrives at your webpage, automatically redirects their browser to a different webpage. There are several reasons why you might want to use a meta redirect. More ...

Make an HTML Element Editable
HTML5 provides the contenteditable attribute which can make most elements editable. This article provides code to make a div editable. More ...

HTML List Basics
One of the most common structures found on a webpage is a list. Many designers are applying CSS DHTML to their lists to make them more fancy, but there's nothing wrong with a good old-fashioned basic html list. In any case, if you want to get fancy with your lists, it's best to learn the basics first. 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 ...

Providing Alternate and Title Text for an Image
The alt and title attributes are both used to display text related to an image. When an image fails to load the text in the alt attribute is displayed. The title attribute is use to display popup text. More ...

Set Form Controls Tab Order With tabindex Attribute
The default tab order is the order in which the controls appear in the html code. You may prefer to set the tab order yourself. To set the tab order give each form element a tabindex attribute and set their number values to the order you want the tabs to work. 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 ...

Using col and colgroup to Apply Attributes to a Table Column
You could add html attributes to each cell in a table column, however, with a large table this might be tedious, and it adds unnecessary code. The col tag allows you to define attributes for one or more columns in a table. The colgroup tag allows you apply attributes to a group of columns. 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 ...

Semantic (X)HTML: Markup with Meaning
Contrary to what you may have learned in the earlier years of web development, (X)HTML should not define the look and presentation of a web page (that's the job of CSS). Instead, the purpose of (X)HTML is to provide context and meaning to the content of the document, this is referred to as semantic markup. 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 ...

How to Troubleshoot an HTML Table
The most common problem with tables is the table being unexpectedly stretched way out of proportion. Another common problem with tables is cell contents not being positioned the way you want them to be. More ...