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HTML Tutorials

HTML » Forms — over 5 years ago
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:
HTML » Forms — about 10 years ago
Learn how to use HTML5 form elements to add rich widgets and validate forms without needing to use JavaScript. Full example and code download included.
HTML » Forms — over 9 years ago
This tutorial looks at creating a web form in HTML and the styling it using CSS. It then goes on to show how to provide client-side validation using JavaScript.
HTML » Document Structure — over 10 years ago
Have you ever felt the need for holding an embedded image inside an HTML file, without referring to an external image file? Personally I felt like so many occasions, where the need for a completely self contained HTML page, with all its supporting images embedded within that page itself. This may seem pointless in normal situations, but it can prove very useful when we want to make a standalone page, that we can pass on to other people. We give them just one HTML file. They do not even need to u
HTML » Document Structure — about 5 years ago
Ebooks have become the lifestyle of the modern generation. It reduces people interest in printed books, magazines, newspapers and reports, as all these types of stuffs are easily available in an eBook which gives an easy, reliable, convenient way of handing their favorite books. For more information, view full blog.
HTML » Document Structure — almost 6 years ago
In my last post, I discussed Introduction to HTML5, where we looked at some of the new features of HTML5. Today, we will be looking at Which to Use: article vs section. Using these new HTML5 elements can be confusing at times (I was confused to when I first started using them). But going by the semantic definitions of <article> and <section>, you will know the right to use.
HTML » Document Structure — about 9 years ago
Google have recently announced HTML support for rel=author. This means you can improve your search engine rankings by "owning" your content. This tutorial describes the easiest way to use rel=author if you own a self-hosted WordPress site.
HTML » Document Structure — over 7 years ago
So, i had to set up a subdomain for my demo links to javascript/jquery plugins. My blog Url is - "http://codehandling.com". My demo links pointed to a link like "http://codehandling.comoj.com/demoUrl.html" Now I want my demo Url to point to something like "http://demos.codehandling.com/demoUrl.html"
HTML » Document Structure — over 10 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 » Document Structure — over 9 years ago
Chris Coyier of CSS-Tricks.com has show us, how to creating “show and edit style element “. It that let users edit CSS styles and have them update in real-time using the HTML5 ContentEditable attribute.
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