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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 ...

HTML Definition 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 definition list. 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 ...

Divide a Table Into Head (thead), Body (tbody), and Footer (tfoot) Sections
The html thead, tbody, and tfoot tags allow you to divide a table into sections. In this article I show you how to accomplish this in order to remove cell borders in the table header and add a different color to the table header and footers. 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 ...

HTML Textarea Basics
In this article, you learn how to code an html textarea element and how to control the text in a textarea, along with an introduction into using CSS, Java Script, and server-side programming with an html textarea element. 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 ...

HTML Blockquote Basics
You have probably seen webpages that display a quote from the article, but taken out of the flow of the article text. The html blockquote element is easy to use and can be used break up the monotony of paragraphs of text and give your webpage a more professional look. 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 Select List Basics
The Select list is one of the most useful controls provided by HTML. This article demonstrates the incredible flexibility of the Select list and provides you with example code to do almost you could want with a Select list. More ...

HTML abbr and acronym Tag
The abbr and acronym tags allow you to give information about the meaning of an abbreviation or acronym used in your text without disrupting the flow of text by placing the information directly in the text. This is done by putting the information in the tag's title attribute. The browser will then display the information as a tooltip. More ...

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 ...