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 explanation of what they are? The HTML quick list will do just that, each element and attribute in HTML is listed with a explanation and of course a example of it’s use. Dive into the HTML quick list as your about to get everything downloaded into your brain!
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, In my opinion a favicon is just as important as a logo. While it is 16 x 16 in size it gives your website a unique small logo to be identified by, Favicons also appear in favorites and bookmarks, so I think it’s important to have one. In this tutorial I will show how create your own favicon, converting a standard image into a .ico and of course getting your Favicon to appear on your website!
The structure of a XHTML document is slightly more different than a standard HTML. You will have certain parts in XHTML such as doctype’s and XML properties that HTML doesn’t have, there’s ultimately the same type of code language, but with changes, but it’s important to understand the basics of XHTML after all it’s the next generation of HTML so people should be in the know about it. In this tutorial you will learn about HTML, XHTML and there differences and the overall structure of both, and why it’s important to start using XHTML over HTML.
To make your life alot easier you can define the common XHTML tags you use on your webpages within your Stylesheet, doing this can define a certain tag globally and you’ll never have to modify it within your XHTML again! In this tutorial we will show you the XHTML tags you can define in CSS! If your just getting into CSS then this will be perfect knowledge for you later on, as you may already be coding stuff in your XHTML pages when infact you could simply define it in one stylesheet and be done with it!