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HTML5: changing the structure of the document

HTML5: changing the structure of the document
Why change the structure of the document? In order for the document to have a correct code and only necessary elements.

HTML5: elements article and section

HTML5: elements article and section
In this article you will learn about two new elements in HTML5 - section and article.

HTML5: adding new elements

HTML5: adding new elements
In this article you will learn about new HTML5 elements and how to use them properly, as well a few useful tips.

HTML5: optimization of <link> and <script>

HTML5: optimization of <link> and <script>
In this article you will learn how to connect to your page JavaScript and CSS files.

HTML5: how to determine the encoding standard

HTML5: how to determine the encoding standard
In this article you will learn how to set the encoding, used on your page as HTML5.

Simple drop-down menu using only CSS

Simple drop-down menu using only CSS
This article describes how to create a menu using HTML and CSS but without JavaScript.

Meta tags in HTML

Meta tags in HTML
Meta tags are special tags in HTML that contain auxiliary information about the document.

CSS: working with units

CSS: working with units
In CSS absolute and relative units are used to specify dimensions of various elements.

CSS: changing cursor

CSS: changing cursor
You can use styles to change the appearance of the cursor and select one of the fifteen available options.

CSS: working with lists

CSS: working with lists
With CSS, you can create bulleted and numbered lists, and also use an image as a substitute for list item.