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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
HTML DIV Basics
An html div is a block-level element that defines a horizontal section of a
webpage. A block level element has an embedded carriage return before and
after the element. Using styles, a div can be the best element to use for
complex webpage layouts. 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 ...
HTML Special Characters - Character Entities
There are certain symbols or characters that you might want to enter in a webpage that
you will not find keys for on your keyboard. There are other characters that you should
not enter in your webpage text because they can be misinterpreted as code. Instead of
entering one of these characters enter its character entity. 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 ...
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 ...
Radio Button Basics
A radio button is a type of input element for a form. A radio button is similar to a
checkbox except that when a user clicks a radio button that is part of a group, the
previously selected radio button automatically de-selects. In other words, radio
buttons in a group are mutually exclusive. 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 ...
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 ...