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HTML Tutorials

HTML » Basics — almost 10 years ago
Using things like Keywords and Description in your Meta tag will help you increase search engine results. In this tutorial we will explain how other factors help as well!
HTML » Layouts — almost 9 years ago
How to build a website from A to Z, lesson 8: psd to xhtml
HTML » Forms — over 8 years ago
The first part of a series of articles that are meant to provide valuable insides no how to develop web forms, what options are there, how to properly code a form and to validate it.
HTML » Layouts — over 5 years ago
In the following tutorial we’ll create a coming soon template, 100% responsive, that will help you keep your users informed while you are building a new website.
HTML » Layouts — over 4 years ago
Follow this step by step tutorial to create a Flat Website Template, we'll be coding this template using HTML and CSS. If you're a beginner, learning html/css can be tricky, this tutorial will break down a simple portfolio template, helping you learn how to build each section.
HTML » Document Structure — about 10 years ago
A tutorial that explains HTML DOCTYPEs. How they came about, what they mean, how to use them.
HTML » Basics — over 8 years ago
This twitter tutorial page is designed for entry level twitter users, or folks who have never used twitter before. It will cover the basics of signing up, grabbing an easy to use interface, and much of the lingo and basic functionality of twitter. For advanced coding using the twitter API, or specific niche marketing techniques you'll need to refer to other sources.
HTML » Basics — over 7 years ago
A reference tutorial with all of the basic HTML codes that any webmaster would normally use. Great for beginners, or a reference for experienced web masters.
HTML » Basics — about 9 years ago
I enjoyed having Tommy answering these questions that might briefly summarize the actual situation when it comes to HTML, XHTML and HTML5. I think this short interview will be a good and fast to read reference for many web designers. I hope you enjoyed it too and that it will help you making the right decisions when it comes to web design and web development. To make this blog post even more interesting I am including Tommy’s HTML Guru list! check it out
HTML » Basics — over 9 years ago
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