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HTML Tutorials

HTML » Basics — about 9 years ago
9 Simple Ways You can Improve the Usability of your Blog. The more Usable your blog is, the easier viewers will find what they’re looking for, and what you want them to be looking for.
HTML » Basics — about 9 years ago
What happens when you put away all your dirty tricks, get-rich-fast schemes, etc. and focus on making your blog as helpful as possible to your viewers?
HTML » Basics — about 9 years ago
6 Easy Ways to Improve Your HTML Emails
HTML » Basics — about 9 years ago
Introduction to Adobe Air
HTML » Layouts — about 9 years ago
We'll learn how to create a side-scrolling portfolio layout.
HTML » Tables — about 9 years ago
Learn how to create and use HTML tables. Downloadable PDF is available.
HTML » Basics — about 9 years ago
Here is probably one of the most effective ways of remembering key elements and attributes by using a quick list. We explain various elements and attributes in tutorials but wouldn't it be nice to have a page that lists every HTML tag, element and attribute with explaination of what they are? Dive into the HTML quick list as your about to get everything downloaded into your brain!
HTML » Basics — about 9 years ago
Favicons are great little icons that appear on the left of a website URL in your browsers address bar, Favicon's don't seem important and some website won't have them, but this tutorial will show how create your own favicon, and make it appear on your website!
HTML » Document Structure — about 9 years ago
The structure of a XHTML document is slightly more different than a standard HTML. You will have certain parts in XHTML such as doc type’s and xml properties that HTML doesn’t have, there’s ultimatelty the same type of code kanguage, but with changes. Int this tutorial you will learn about HTML, XHTML and there differences and the overall structure of both.
HTML » Basics — about 9 years ago
MoFuse is a service that lets you convert basically any site with a RSS feed, to a mobile site hosted by MoFuse. You can customize the design, setup your very own domain, and even add advertising to the mobile version of your site. This is a great option if you don't feel comfortable hosting your mobile site yourself. And the best part is, MoFuse supports both traditional mobile phones, and the iPhone, which is really cool.
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