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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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

HTML Linking Basics
Many people have difficulty linking their webpage to other webpages and media. In this article, you learn how to create relative links from any webpage to any other webpage in a directory structure, even to a specific location in another webpage. Plus you learned about a couple of useful link tag attributes. More ...

Use HTML Target Attribute to Specify Where to Open Document
The target attribute, originally created to work with frames, now deprecated, is used to specify where to load a document. 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 ...

HTML Bulleted or Unordered List
There are three kinds of lists; the ordered list, the definition list and the unordered list which is commonly known as the bulleted list. This article shows you how to code a bulleted 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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Use an Image as a Form Submit Button
This article describes how to use an image as a form submit button along with example code. More ...

Web Page Template
Every webpage starts out with a basic set of tags, doctype, html, head, meta, title, and body.This article provides yo uwith ahe template for a basic webpage. More ...


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