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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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 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 ...

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 ...

Webpage DOCTYPE Declarations Explained
DOCTYPE is a declaration that should appear as the first line in your webpage code. It defines the standard to which your webpage is coded, and provides information to the browser as to how the code should be interpreted. Make sure your webpage's doctype matches it's coding standard. More ...

Checkbox Basics
A checkbox is a type of input element for a form. A checkbox is similar to a radio button except that a radio button can be part of a group, so a previously selected radio button automatically de-selects. Whereas checkboxes are each independent so you can have multiple checkboxes checked at the same time. More ...

HTML center Tag
The HTML center tag is used to center an element on the webpage The center tag is deprecated, which means it may not be supported in future browsers. The prefered way to define visual layout today is to use style rules. More ...

HTML SPAN Basics
Whereas a div is a block element which defines a vertical section of a webpage or parent element, a span is an in-line element that is rendered during the line-by-line parsing of the html code for the webpage. Without styles a span provides no visible change. 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 ...

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 ...