The Hypertext Markup Language is the foundation of the Web, permitting authors to create documents with structure and accessibility. Get more information about this cornerstone of Web development.
If you are still using
TABLE tags to control the
presentation of your web site, you should
be aware that much better approaches are
available today which separate meaning content
from its presentation through the use of
HTML and CSS.
contains helpful pointers on how to author modern,
accessible web content using HTML and CSS.
Learn why writing correct comments is crucial in Gecko in standards mode and in all XML content. [go]
Learn common-sense tips for producing HTML pages which load quickly and provide visitor satisfaction. [go]
Learn how to optimize download speeds of your webpages using link prefetching. [go]
Some authoring tools generate proprietary, poorly formed code. Using authoring tools that adhere to the W3 standards will ensure your code works across popular browsers. [go]
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