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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 ...

XHTML Basics
HTML and XHML look very similar. But HTML was designed long before XHTML and therefore is less rigorous. In other words, HTML does not require the coder to follow strict rules, while if you don't strictly follow the rules while coding XHTML, it just plain won't work. More ...

HTML Numbered or Ordered List
There are three kinds of html lists; The unordered list, the definition list, and the ordered list, which in which every item is preceded by a number or letter. More ...

Form Input Labels
Using the label element with your form input elements rather than just placing text next to them is a good idea that makes your web site more accessible. More ...

Block and Inline HTML Elements
There are two main types of html elements, block and inline. A block element starts and ends with an inherent line break. An inline element starts at a position defined by its sequence in the code. 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 ...

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 ...

Using col and colgroup to Apply Attributes to a Table Column
You could add html attributes to each cell in a table column, however, with a large table this might be tedious, and it adds unnecessary code. The col tag allows you to define attributes for one or more columns in a table. The colgroup tag allows you apply attributes to a group of columns. More ...

Use fieldset to Organize Form Elements
The html fieldset tag provides a way to organize groups of related form input elements. The fieldset tag draws a box around the related elements. Used along with the legend tag, it provides a way to label the groups of related elements. More ...

HTML dfn Tag
The dfn tag does exactly the same thing as the i (Italic) tag. There's really no reason not to use the more common i tag instead. Actually, you should prefer to set a style attribute for the definition word. 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 ...

How to Write and Run HTML
Fancy WYSIWYG web design applications generate voluminous amounts of unnecessary code. For these examples use a basic ASCII text editor. More ...