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HTML Tutorials

HTML » XHTML Validation — 9 days ago
Spritz is an efficient team of professionals which serve the world with web services like internet marketing, social media, mobile applications, public relations an all services related to web designing and development.
HTML » Layouts — 9 days ago
Cash N Go is a short term business loan provider for companies who are struggling to grow their business. We follow a secured business funding process which is safe and fast.
HTML » Layouts — 18 days ago
From mere data transfers to the daily interplay of data ecosystems, the 25-year-old World Wide Web has transmuted its power into the very objects and devices that represent the physical environment we live in.
HTML » Basics — about 1 month ago
On this blog, a lot has been said for those who already are in the coding business, and those who have just started their journey. The people we usually tend to forget are those who are aspiring to join the geek league.
HTML » Basics — about 1 month ago
One of the undeniable perks of being a programmer is the huge heap of choices you have when it comes to languages, frameworks, platforms, methodology and almost everything else.
HTML » Basics — 2 months ago
In this Adobe Dreamweaver Creative Cloud video you will take a quick tour of the interface learning about the Menu Bar, Document Tool Bar, Application Bar, Document Window, Code View, Split View, Properties Panel, and the other associated panels.
HTML » Basics — 2 months ago
This tutorial is quite simple, yet very useful, allowing WordPress users to disable or remove comments from their posts or pages. In many cases, WordPress is used not for blogging but for professional company websites or portfolios, or ecommerce solutions, where the comment box is undesirable.
HTML » Basics — 3 months ago
See in which order the browsers determine the character encoding of your HTML5 document - steps on video
HTML » Basics — 3 months ago
You should always specify the character encoding set used to encode your document for the web browsers to know which character set to use to decode it in order to render properly.
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