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If the question is referred to the meaning of the three letters acronym CSS the extended meaning of CSS is Cascading Style Sheets. If you are new to web development and at the first stages of learning html it would be nice to show interest about CSS since the early days. But then question raises [...]
No fear about the word, no fear about how the site looks, this is how we (web standard lovers) celebrate the April 9 this year, it is called the CSS Naked Day. Whats the point? Nice question, celebrating the CSS Naked Day indeed it does have several points. One and main one is celebrating the [...]
The div element gives structure and context to any block-level content in a document. Unlike some other structural elements that have very specific connotations attached to them (the p element, for instance), the author is free to give meaning to each particular div element by virtue of the element’s attribute settings and nested content. Each [...]
During the past few years (and even to date) the use of HTML tables has been miss used. Many webmasters have actually build their layout based on tables which is wrong since the HTML tables are meant to be used for tabular data, and many webmasters nowadays don’t use tables at all, even for tabular [...]
The request a tutorial section is for those that do have problems or want to learn something that is not in our database. At this point you can request a tutorial on the next categories: HTML Tutorial xHTML Tutorial CSS Tutorial If you need a tutorial please post your request here in this post.
Even tho we are more than sure you already know how to create a hyperlink (or else known simply as link) we at xHTML Coding decided that IF we are going to write HTML tutorial we are going to start from the roots up to the top. So no offense to whoever is already familiar [...]
Introduction to HTML – HTML language was first created in 1995 by Eric Mayer. While much of this information is still relevant, it is important to remember that it was written for HTML 2.0. What is an HTML file ? An HTML file is defined by w3schools.com as HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language [...]
xHTML Coding is a new name in this business but the experience in slicing PSD layouts into strict xHTML and CSS over passes the age of the domain. And we CAN prove that with our quality slicing services. The xHTML Coding is strict coding fanatic that provides you with quality and fast delivery PSD to [...]