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HTML 5 Compatible Browsers

HTML 5 compatible browsers With the growing interest in HTML 5 coding many browser manufactures are preparing HTML 5 compatible browsers, currently only Apples Safari is fully HTML 5 ready, Mozilla Firefox 3.5 “supports” the new coding but is not 100% compatible as of yet and as for our friends ...

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Working with HTML 5 local storage

Working with HTML5 localStorage() HTML5 is fast approaching and getting wide spread usage. Most are familiar with the new tags like header, section and footer and everybody is aware of the new video tags thanks to Apple vs Adobe. However, there is a lot more to HTML5 those just those ...

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HTML 5 article element

The article element We’ve discussed a lot of new elements here at HTML5Doctor, but the article element has somehow escaped the microscope… until now! article is one of the new sectioning elements. It is often confused with section and div but don’t worry we’ll explain the difference between them. What ...

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Categorizing your site for search engines

Categorizing your site for search engines If you ever want your web page to be seen at all by anyone, you’re gonna have to submit it to search engines. Most search engines have a “Add URL” feature where you can submit your site to to be listed. Before you do ...

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Creating tables

Tables can get quite hairy to create, but they are a very important part of HTML, and must be learnt eventually. In this section, I’ll  cover the general syntax for creating tables- complex tables are beyond the scope of this tutorial, though. All tables involve using the below three tags: ...

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The element of IE

The <marquee> element of IE Want to quickly and painlessly add a scroller to your page? In IE, a special <marquee> tag is supported that scrolls whatever text you put inside it. Note that this tag is ONLY supported in IE; other browsers will see the entire text, without scroll, ...

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Creating horizontal rules

Creating horizontal rules Text can get quite cluttered inside a document; one way to separate the various chunks of text is to use the <hr> tag. <hr width=100% size=2>

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Creating blinking text

Creating blinking text The creators of HTML whipped up a special tag for use when you feel like annoying your surfers- the <blink> tag. Text wrapped inside this tag will blink: <blink>This text is blinking. Quite irritating, don’t you agree?</blink> This text is blinking. Quite irritating, don’t you agree?

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Adding bullets and lists

HTML provides webmasters an easy way to create attractive bullets and lists for listing things. Before anything else, here’s an example of both: Bullet 1 Bullet 2 Bullet 3 List 1 List 2 List 3 <ul> <li>Bullet 1 <li>Bullet 2 <li>Bullet 3 </ul> Creating lists The syntax for (numbered) lists ...

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Adding links

Adding links What would the WWW be without links? Links represent the essence of the WWW, linking millions and millions of pages from around the world together…what are we waiting for? Lets start linking! Links are created using the <a> tag. The <a> tag requires a href attribute which specifies ...

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