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HTML Tutorials

HTML » Layouts — over 9 years ago
Over the last couple of weeks we’ve been through the process of creating a stylish blog design in Photoshop, coding it up into a static HTML and CSS concept, and now we’ll put the whole thing together as a fully working WordPress theme. Follow this step by step walkthrough of the various WordPress theme files, and see how the HTML is split up and injected with PHP tags to provide the complete blogging functionality.
HTML » Forms — over 9 years ago
Call to action buttons ought to be the sole attraction with the ability to grab the visitor, and provoke him/her for the next step and that is, for sure a click.
HTML » Forms — over 9 years ago
Learn how to construct HTML forms using the 'form' element. This article introduces HTML forms, and shows how forms are built and processed.
HTML » Forms — over 9 years ago
HTML5 introduces a bunch of new things. One of the main new things HTML5 is going to bring is a new and improved form system.
HTML » Basics — over 9 years ago
Teaches you about meta tags in HTML, and explains some of the most important meta tags that you might want to include in your Web pages.
HTML » Cross Browser Development — over 9 years ago
This tutorial will take you step by step through the development of a simple web drawing application using HTML5 canvas and its partner JavaScript.
HTML » Basics — over 9 years ago
In the present scenario where ‘word of mouth’ is the most powerful and the most effective weapon that one can use against one’s competitor, it may act as an add-on to the reputation of your site, or it may prove a nightmare as well...
HTML » Basics — over 9 years ago
There has also been a lot of talk of change with HTML 5. Every tag that I mention below is supported in both HTML 4.01 and HTML 5. While some of these tags are already widely used; I would like to challenge some of the ways that we use and think about them.
HTML » Document Structure — over 9 years ago
I don’t think it is hyperbole to say that HTML5 will change the way that you think about web development. I welcome many of the changes as they make development easier, and the user experience richer.
HTML » Cross Browser Development — over 9 years ago
The same icon is drawn in JavaScript on an HTML5 canvas element and in ActionScript 3 in Flash. The differences in code is discussed after each step. The source code for each option is included for download.
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