Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Learn how to specify the character encoding set of the external script file linked to your HTML document.
Learn how to specify the language of the script or the format type of the stored data.
How to Link an external script file to the HTML5 page.
Learn how to use Filezilla FTP (File Transfer Protocol) for transferring files over the internet.
As you probably already know, some websites on the Internet have small icons (favicons) that are displayed by browsers somewhere next to the name of the website.
Sometimes ago I wrote a tutorial on Introduction to HTML5, where I discusses the new document structure elements introduced in HTML5. In today’s tutorial, we are going to look at some of HTML5 Form Features. This is going to be straightforward tutorial, explaining each of these features and how they can be used. We will now look at them below:
In web design, information architecture simply means the neat distributive arrangement of form, function, navigation, interface, design, and content of a website through structural integration and proper labeling.
It’s too hard to prompt customers to make a transaction on your ecommerce platform if the basics of form, function, user interface, design, and content on your website are in a shambles.
Today we want to share some simple hover effects with you. These effects are suit for eCommerce website and they will help your product page look more attractive. For the icons we are using Font-Awesome and the images are from picjumbo.com Note that these effects will only work in modern browsers. You’ll have to provide a suitable fallback if you’d like to support for older browsers.
Let’s say you have a long list of items in one of your WordPress sub-menu drop downs. It is often the case with Products or Services sections of the site. So, you probably want those sub-menu items to be split in 2 columns. But you want 2 columns only in certain sub-menus, and you don’t want to overly complicate things with a mega-menu WP plugin. Well, there is an easy way to achieve this using flexibility and power of WP menus, and CSS :nth-child() selector.
Help us out! More and more tutorials are submitted to Good-Tutorials each day. We could use your help with finding good tutorials. Mind lending a hand?