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Absolute vs. Relative Links star
What's the difference between an absolute link and a relative link? Read this article to find out.

Formatting the Horizontal Rule Tag star
Want to divide up your page or indicate a separate section? The horizontal rule can do it for you. It's also extremely customizable with HTML and CSS attributes.

How to Post a Caption for Your Images star
A picture may be worth a thousand words, but the ability to stick a few more words underneath it can still be a big help. Here’s how you can add a caption under your website’s images.

How to Post a Favicon on Your Site star
The favicon, or shortcut icon, is the tiny picture that appears next to a site's url in your browser's address bar. Here's how to set one up for your website.

How To Set Up a Mailto Link star
A 'mailto' is a specialized link that you can use to automatically open an email message window on your visitors' computers when they click on the link.

How to use Server-Side Includes star
Does your website have features that are the same on every page, such as a menu or a tagline at the bottom of the page? If so, you can benefit greatly from the use of include files.

HTML Fundamentals - Tables star
Despite the advent of CSS, the HTML table continues to be a useful layout tool for web designers.

HTML Special Character Entities star
Now that you have completed the HTML Basics Series you know that certain special characters are used in the HTML code. These special character entities require special HTML code in order to be displayed on a webpage.

Multiple-Choice Input Fields for HTML Forms star
If you're building a form on your website and want your visitors to choose from one or more preselected options, then a multiple-choice input field is the way to go. Read on to find out how these fields work.

Parts of a Website Form star
The basics on how to build an interactive form on your website so that you can collect information from your visitors.

Setting Your Webpage Background star
Many websites can benefit from a bit of sprucing up, in the form of a background image or color change. These changes are actually quite easy to implement and can make a huge difference to your site!

SSI - Server Side Include - II star
In the first part of this tutorial we discussed using server side includes to streamline your HTML code. You also learned that the decision to use the file argument or the virtual argument depends on the location of the files on the server. Now take a closer look at the file and virtual arguments.

Text Input Options for HTML Forms star
When designing a form you have three basic field types that can be used to collect text input from your visitors. Here are the basics on all three types.

The HTML Form - Hidden Input Tag - I star
In this tutorial we will discuss a special type of HTML form tag called the hidden input tag. Suppose you want to pass information to the processing program that is not supplied by the user. You will do this with the hidden input tag.

The HTML Form - Hidden Input Tag - II star
In this tutorial we will discuss a special type of HTML form tag called the hidden input tag. Suppose you want to pass information to the processing program that is not supplied by the user. You will do this with the hidden input tag. Let's take a look at the HTML code for the hidden input tag.

The HTML Form - Password Input Tag star
The type of HTML input tag that we will discuss in this tutorial is the password input tag. The password tag is very similar to the text input tag that we discussed in the last tutorial. When you sign in to any private area such as a customer account you encounter a form asking for your password

The HTML Form - Password Input Tag - 2 star
The type of HTML input tag that we will discuss in this tutorial is the password input tag. The password tag is very similar to the text input tag that we discussed in the last tutorial. When you sign in to any private area such as a customer account you encounter a form asking for your password

The HTML Form - Radio Button and Checkbox Input Tags - 2 star
In the HTML form, radio and checkbox input tags work much like a multiple choice question on a test. Multiple choice questions have several answers to choose from (A, B, C or D). Here is how these two input tags work.

The HTML Form - Radio Button and Checkbox Input Tags - 3 star
In the HTML form, radio and checkbox input tags work much like a multiple choice question on a test. Multiple choice questions have several answers to choose from (A, B, C or D). Here is how these two input tags work.

The HTML Form Submit and Reset Buttons – The Input Tag star
A web form isn’t useful without a submit button. Without a button, your web form cannot send the information it has collected to the processing program. You will use the input tag to create a submit button and a reset button.

The HTML Select and Option Tags - The Menu List star
The select and option tags work together to create a drop-down menu list on a webpage form. This drop-down list is created with the select tags and the list of choices (options) is created with a group of option tags.

Using HTML to create lists star
Basic HTML gives you several great options to create lists. You can build both ordered and unordered list with a few simple lines; add CSS to the mix and you can really make your lists pop.

What is a DOCTYPE and Why Does It Matter? star
The DOCTYPE tag (short for “document type declaration”) describes the type of HTML used for a particular web page. How you define your DOCTYPE can have a profound effect on your website’s appearance.

What's Coming in HTML 5 star
It's an exciting time in the world of HTML as the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) is hard at work on the latest version of HTML – 5.0.

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