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HTML Design

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Image Map Basics
An Image Map allows you to define areas of an image that act like a link so that when the user clicks on an area the browser loads the target webpage or media file. Image maps are an excellent way to provide metaphorical navigation or to call out the nomenclature of an object. This article shows you how to code simple and complex images maps. 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 ...

Nesting HTML Lists
Nesting a list means that a list item can be another list. As long as you keep your tags straight you can nest list within list, within list, and just keep on nesting. More ...

HTML Table Basics
Use of an html table has become the most common method used for general webpage layout. Style Sheets can provide much more accurate web page layout, but the implementation of style sheets between different browser versions is inconsistent. More ...

The Heading Tags
Html provides a set of heading tags that allow you set the size of the text in your headings and subheadings. The size ranges from h1 to h6. 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 ...

HTML Image Basics
The img tag is used to display images and animated gifs on a webpage. You can use the img tag to display images, icons, logos, and buttons, bullets, arrows and other graphic or navigation elements. 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 ...

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