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Understanding the HTML5 MARK Element
Learn how to use the HTML5 MARK element, what browsers support it, and how it's different from EM and STRONG.
Uses for Definition Lists
Definition lists are a great tool in HTML that are often overlooked. Learn several ways you can use definition lists to create more effective web pages.
Using HTML Tables - Attributes
HTML5 reduces the number of attributes on the TABLE element to just one: border. But there are many other attributes you can use in HTML 4.01 and even some attributes that are browser-specific. This article explains how to use the attributes of the HTML TABLE element.
Using the Form Tag
When you decide to write an HTML form, the first thing you'll need is the form tag. The form tag is the tag that tells the browser to insert a form to collect user responses.
Ultimate Windows Web Designer Computer Hardware and Software Setup
There are lots of options for hardware for Web designers, you can design beautiful Web pages using very simple systems. But if you're looking for the top of the line Windows PC set up, you won't go wrong with this list.
Ultimate Macintosh Web Designer Computer Hardware and Software Setup
There are lots of options for hardware for Web designers, you can design beautiful Web pages using very simple systems. But if you're looking for the top of the line Macintosh set up, you won't go wrong with this list.
UltraEdit Studio is a text editor and for Windows Linux. It is best suited to Professional Web Developers.
Understanding the CSS Clear Property
When you float an element with the CSS float property, sometimes you want to turn off that float before the wrapping text has reached the bottom of the element. To do this, you should use the CSS clear property. But there are some challenges you should be aware of when clearing floated elements as well.
Understanding the HTML5 Figure and Figcaption Elements
There are a lot of new tags in HTML5, two interesting ones are figure and figcaption. These allow you to define content in a document that are related to the main content, but not critical to the flow of that content, such as images, graphs, pull quotes, or blocks of code.