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The structure of HTML document

The structure of HTML document
The term HTML is short for HyperText Markup Language.

How to validate a document and correctly mark up HTML pages (Transitional vs Strict)

How to validate a document and correctly mark up HTML pages (Transitional vs Strict)
This article will focus on a seemingly out-of-date topic - validation of a web document by one of DTD-markup declarations, which in turn are defined by DOCTYPE.

How to write in HTML

How to write in HTML
Any work, especially writing, should be done carefully, because to redo it in the future will be much harder, especially if it is created for some high-traffic official site.

Conditional comments for IE

Conditional comments for IE
Conditional comments are used to write special instructions that only work in Internet Explorer below version 5.

How should a beginner webmaster start earning money

How should a beginner webmaster start earning money
A small reminder for beginner programmers, and not only. How to learn php and start earning money with your “craft”.

How can Twitter help us

How can Twitter help us
Twitter is gradually gaining momentum, and the most active participants are already reaping the first fruits in the form of thematic traffic to their sites.

CSS "vertical-align: middle" property for all browsers including IE7 and IE6

CSS "vertical-align: middle" property for all browsers including IE7 and IE6
Here are the examples how to place the elements in the middle of the parent element. One of them is improved to make it workable even in IE7 and IE6.

Easy way to add fonts to your site using google fonts

Easy way to add fonts to your site using google fonts
Google fonts are very powerful tools for designers and developers: they allow you to embed any font in a web page.

Details about "float" property

Details about "float" property
Proper use of CSS float property may turn out a daunting task even for an experienced coder. This article contains the examples of applying of property float, as well as some mistakes with illustrative examples.

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