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HTML5 and CSS3 All-in-One For Dummies Cheat Sheet

Check out these handy references on an HTML5 template you can use to start every document, selected MySQL commands, useful JavaScript syntax and CSS attributes, and selected HTML syntax. [more…]

How to Use Tidy to Repair HTML5 Pages

A great resource — HTML Tidy — can be used to fix your pages. You can download Tidy or just use the online version. Here is the online version with oxWheels1.html being loaded. [more…]

Should You Use Expression Web and Adobe Dreamweaver with HTML5 and CSS3?

Many web development books are really books about how to use a particular type of software with HTML. Microsoft's Expression Web and Adobe Dreamweaver are the two primary applications in this category. [more…]

Text Editors to Avoid for HTML5 and CSS3 Programming

A text editor may be a simple program, but that doesn't mean they're all the same for coding HTML5 and CSS3. Some programs have a history of causing problems for beginners [more…]

How to Set the Font Family on HTML5 and CSS3 Web Pages

To assign a font family to part of your page, use some new CSS. As an example, this page has the heading set to Comic Sans MS. If this page is viewed on a Windows machine, it generally displays the font [more…]

How to Use Komodo Edit Features for HTML5 and CSS3 Programming

Komodo Editis a great text editor for HTML5 and CSS3 programming.. This editor is extremely powerful, but is not quite as intimidating as some of the older tools. It has a modern streamlined interface, [more…]

Which Browsers Should You Use for HTML5 and CSS3 Programming?

The browser is the primary tool of the web. So for HTML5 and CSS3 programming, you should have a working knowledge because all your users view your page with one browser or another. [more…]

How to Create Ordered Lists for HTML5 and CSS3 Programming

Ordered lists in HTML5 are almost exactly like unordered lists. Ordered lists traditionally have numbers rather than bullets (although you can change this through CSS if you don’t want numbers). [more…]

How to Create an Unordered List for HTML5 and CSS3 Programming

All the list types in HTML5 are closely related. The simplest and most common kind of list is an unordered list. You can also use ordered lists and nested lists in HTML. [more…]

How to Create Nested Lists for HTML5 and CSS3 Programming

Sometimes, you'll want to create outlines or other kinds of complex data in your HTML5 pages. You can easily nest lists inside each other, if you want. You can see a more complex list describing popular [more…]

How to Build the Definition List in HTML5 and CSS3 Web Based Pages

The definition list in HTML5 is very useful, even if it's used infrequently. The definition list was originally designed to format dictionary-style definitions, but it's really useful any time you have [more…]

How to Span Rows and Columns in Your HTML5 Table

Sometimes, you need a little more flexibility in your HTML5 table design. Take a look at a page from an evil overlord's daily planner. Being an evil overlord is clearly a complex business. From a code [more…]

How to Avoid the HTML5 Table-Based Layout Trap

Tables are pretty great. They're a terrific way to present certain kinds of data using HTML5. When you add the and concepts, you can use tables to create some pretty interesting layouts. In fact, because [more…]

How to Make Lists of Links for HTML5 and CSS3 Programming

Many web pages turn out to be lists of links in HTML5 and CSS3 programming. Because lists and links go so well together, it's good to look at an example. Notice this list of links to books written by a [more…]

Absolute and Relative References for HTML5 and CSS3 Programming

There's more than one kind of address when programming in HTML5 and CSS3. You’re probably familiar with absolute references, used for links to outside pages. Another kind of reference — a relative reference [more…]

How to Use a Digital Camera to Add Images to Your HTML5 and CSS3 Based Web Pages

Digital cameras and scanners are amazing these days. You can use them to add images to your HTML5 and CSS3 web pages. Even moderately priced cameras can now approach the resolution of old-school analog [more…]

How to Use IrfanView to Add Images to Your HTML5 and CSS3 Based Web Pages

IrfanView,by Irfan Skiljan, is a freeware program that can handle the basic image manipulation needs for your HTML5 and CSS3 web pages and quite a bit more. Of course, you can use any software you want [more…]

How to Choose a Web Image Format for Your HTML5 and CSS3 Based Web Pages

With so many different web image format options available for your HTML5 and CSS3 web pages, it may seem overwhelming. But, choosing an image format is easy because each format has its own advantages and [more…]

How to Change Image Formats with IrfanView for HTML5 and CSS3 Programming

Changing image formats for your HTML5 and CSS3 web pages with IrfanView is really easy. For example, find an image file on your computer and follow these steps to change image format: [more…]

How to Resize Images with IrfanView for Your HTML5 and CSS3 Based Web Pages

All the other image-manipulation tricks may be optional, but you should really resize the images on your HTML5 and CSS3 web pages. Although high-speed connections may have no trouble with a huge image, [more…]

How to Use IrfanView’s Built-In Effects for HTML5 and CSS3 Programming

IrfanView has a few other effects available that can sometimes be extremely useful on your HTML5 and CSS3 web page. These effects can be found individually on the Image menu or with the Image Effects browser [more…]

How to Use IrfanView to Process Image Batches for HTML5 and CSS3 Programming

Often, you'll have a lot of images to modify at one time that will go on your HTML5 and CSS3 web page. IrfanView has a wonderful batch-processing tool that allows you to work on several images at once. [more…]

How to Add Audio to Your HTML5 and CSS3 Based Web Pages

HTML has supported images for a long time, but now it works just as well with audio files. This is a major breakthrough, as audio previously required external programs like Flash. [more…]

How to Add Video to Your HTML5 and CSS3 Based Web Pages

The ability to play videos through HTML is a major breakthrough, and it's not difficult to implement. You can use a tag to add video to your web page, and the video plays directly in the browser without [more…]

How to Build Text Style Inputs for Your HTML5 and CSS3 Based Web Pages

Most of the form elements on HTML5 and CSS3 web pages are variations of the same tag. The tag can create single-line text boxes, password boxes, buttons, and even invisible content [more…]


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