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HTML Tutorials

HTML » Forms — over 4 years ago
Adding Autocomplete, Autocorrect and Autocapitalize attributes on a given input field or textarea to prevent the given corrective features.
HTML » Forms — over 8 years ago
Quick tip: coding beautiful form into html and css3
HTML » Forms — almost 11 years ago
Build a Login and Registration System with XML
HTML » Forms — over 6 years ago
ThemeFuse coupon code: Theme Fuse are a niche WordPress theme shop. Theme Fuse have put out new a coupon code for 20% off any of their themes.
HTML » Forms — over 9 years ago
Explores the Textile and Markdown lightweight markup languages, and shows how to use them as an alternative to WYSIWYG HTML editors.
HTML » Document Structure — about 4 years ago
In this method you have to take margin:auto and define all side 0 (if you want excellently in center). But it will support IE7 and above. and second is to use css transform, for this method you have left and top position 50% and translate value should be -50% in X and Y axis. For full information, Visit full Blog. http://findnerd.com/list/view/How-to-centralize-div-horizontally-and-vertically-/3870/
HTML » Document Structure — over 4 years ago
SERP stands for Search Engine Result Page, which refers to the listing of the search result; returned or displayed by the search engine when user enter any query in the search bar.To know more please visit to my full blog
HTML » Document Structure — over 5 years ago
The guide about Word to HTML5 flipbook conversion. By following the guide, anyone can easily create stunning flash or HTMl5 flipbooks from Word files.
HTML » Document Structure — almost 10 years ago
There are a lot of essential, basic yet extremely important structuring details to follow in your template when you want to make your site rank high in SE later.
HTML » Document Structure — about 12 years ago
Every web page has character encoding. Get it wrong, and characters on your web page may not appear properly when others are viewing it (especially characters from foreign languages). Learn how to use proper character encoding on your web page to avoid this problem.
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