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Hypertext Markup Language, or HTML for short, is a programming language most commonly used to develop websites and offline applications, such as manuals. Though the initial intent of the language was to exchange information from a small network of computers, it is now most often used to share information and allow engagement in online activities throughout a network with an increasing number of host computers. Questions about the development of applications and pages through HTML belong in this category.

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To clarify, HTML is not actually a protocol in the sense that  you're thinking; it's a language. Languages are of course protocols  in themselves, but not in the commonly used sense in the IT field,  which presumably is the nature of your question.    Some protocols commonly used in the IT...
Are they attempting to sabotage your business in the SERPs? If so,  report it to Google after trying to contact the Webmaster directly  for removal. Hope that helps!
Most likely the attributes style, class, id, type and src.
Dreamweaver and Front Page are very good. Notepad you can code inbecause HTML is text-based however it will take you longer. If youare on Chromebook you can use CARET, CARET - T, Text, or CodingWith Chrome
LEFT - Align all text even at the left margin, while letting it remain ragged on the right. RIGHT - Align all text even at the right margin, while letting it remain ragged on the left. CENTER - Align all text to center between the left and right margins, while letting it remain ragged on the...
It's not clear what the questioner means by "load first".    One common way to preload images using CSS, so they will be  instantly visible when needed, is to assign them to an element's  background, but position them off-screen. For example:    #preloader { background: url(img/image.jpg...
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You can save Excel in many different formats. To save as HTML you select File|Save As. When the Save As window opens, look toward the bottom of the window for the "Save as type:" drop down. From the drop down selection click on "Web Page (*.htm; *.html). Navigate to the location in the Documents...
A background can be added on CSS. ex: #body {background: url(../images/bodybg.jpg) repeat-x;}The HTML code for background color is <body bgcolor="#90000"> Note: The code must be put inside the body tag, that is between <body> and </body> of your HTML script and the values of color...
You don't need to, just look at the file format. TTF is TrueType  font, .jpg would be a type of bitmap font.
Yes, they're mostly made only for websites, but you can use them in different places as well, depending on your creativity. For example you can use hexadecimal color codes in Photoshop.
YouTube would be your easiest solution
Yes, HTML can be described as a meta language.
Use the html <video> tag like this:    <video width="320" height="240" controls>   <source src="movie.mp4" type="video/mp4">   Your browser does not support the video tag.   </video>   Just change the src="movie.mp4" to the name of your MP4 file (and  its...
You have to use a Stylesheet (CSS). Or you can type CSS straight  into the document.
The general family is HTML, which stands for Hyper Text Markup Language but insie this you can have XHTML, SMIL, MathML, etc which is almost the same as HtML but has few more rules or differences
href is a Attribute used for the Anchor tags to link a image or  line of text to a specific website   here's a visual for linking a anchor to a image using and href  attribute    <a href='insert website here'>   <img src='the URL to a picture goes here' title='what you want ...
That would be the WWW, or W3. For more info, go to gg.gg/3p3hg
In HTML code you have static information being displayed (like  text, images). Video, animation, forms require operations where  some specific code is embedded (nested) in the HTML code, so as to  display and run the video, display the animations and get the form  results.
<div align=right style="margin-right: auto;"> THIS IS THE CODE </div> For more customization, you can change these values in the code: margin-right: 10px;margin-right: 10pt;margin-right: 10%;
Here is what I use:   Server (if needed for server side): WAMP, XAMP   Code Editor: Sublimetext3 or Dreamweaver if you are a beginner   Design: Photoshop   Database: MySQL workbench (offers a graphical interface to create  complex databases)
Mostly web browsers. Examples are Google chrome, Internet explorer,  Safari. Firefox, Opera, Maxathon, Dolphin, and Microsoft's upcoming  Spartan
The head contains JavaScript, favicons, styles, etc.. The body has text and images.
<BR> tag stands for line break. This is the first line <BR> This is the second line In HTML the above code will get displayed as: This is the first line This is the second line
Src is an attribute for an image tag used by the website to find  the source of the image   here's a visual    <img src='this is the place you put the image's URL'>
A script markup has much, much more rules and the code must be  perfect down to the smallest detail or the webpage will reject it.  When using transitional, many more tags and attributes can be used,  and if there is an error it will simply output it to the error  console.
You may be thinking of a CSS file that can set the styles for  everything and anything on a page, including font.
The very first thing you should know is in the 90s all of the  websites were just text mainly and were very boring. As more and  more web developers wanted to program more eye pleasing websites  the code started to grow more complicated.    Using standards when you're making your website...
Cascading Style Sheets control how a document is to be presented in a web browser or other sources that can display web content. CSS was created to separate the presentation from the content and markup. It allows you to declare a rule once and use it multiple times in the same document or on...
Use <a href="songname.extension">text to  display/click</a>   Change the song name.extention to the path and actual name of the  file, and text for them to click.    If this does not work but instead opens it in its own window and  plays it, then add download="file name" after...
You can use "   "(Without double quotes)
No, not specifically for a TV, but the font size can be adjusted  based on the size of a screen it is being viewed on.   If you are talking about the font that is shown in menus, then most  likely no. You should try checking the owners manual that came with  your TV to be sure.
<HTML xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><head><meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/HTML; charset=iso-8859-1" /><title>Interchange/Swap List Items</title><script type="text/javaScript">function moveToRightOrLeft(side){var listLeft=document...
The program used to access and display a webpage is called the "web browser" or sometimes just the "browser" when the context is clear. Web browsers are software that read HTML, CSS and JavaScript, and then render pages. Microsoft Internet Explorer, Apple Safari, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox...
Using this code () look up a youtube tutorial
HTML Tag is a piece of code that defines different elements of a web document. The tags that are recognized by HTML are listed below. Not all of them are widely used (or even at all) but these are the ones recognized. For more details on each individual tag you will need to search the internet or...
No, not really. You can even use a simple text pad or a notepad to create HTML pages. Using IDE's (Integrated Development Environments) for creating HTML pages actually quickens/simplifies the process of creating HTML pages but it is not a mandatory requirement.
HTML is a subset of SGML (Standard General Markup Language) with more forgiving rules that are not followed for XHTML and XML (also subsets.)
There are some online HTML editors, but the main ones are Notepad  for window and TextEdit for Mac.
The easy way is to add the :hover attribute to a CSS rule and put  color: red; or somthing
I don't know what you mean by that, but I am going to say no. HTMLonly works in HTML. You can add special characters to HTML bydoing: & copy; & trade; & reg;
HTML is the code used to create and customize web pages. It makes it possilbe to add things like pictures or links to a web page and much more. Its like what you use when you edit your myspace profile.
if the trees are removed, the heavy rain hits the soil directly and washes it away leaving the stony and infertile soil.
You need to contact the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles. It may or may not be public information. If it isn't, it'll require a court order to obtain that information.
It depends on the type of document, if it's a Microsoft word document it will have a file extension of .doc if it's a adobe acrobat document it'll have an extension of .pdf, at any rate you can Google the extension and it will tell you what kind of program created it, hope it helps. Karp.
HTML wasn't discovered it was made
<h2> is a Heading and is the second biggest heading. An <a> is an Anchor or a link. The H2 tag is used to display text in larger sizes like headings in a web page whereas the anchor tag is used to provide links to other web pages from within our web page
To embed an iframe in HTML, use the tag. For example, to add a photo album in a project, I used something similar to: . Notice that nothing needs to be between the opening and closing tags, but you must close the iframe tag. Also, you can add many modifiers to the tag, such as height and width,...
  There is no software, program, or pattern that transforms songs into HTML.
Two. <ol>,<ul>or ordered (the list with numbers) unordered and nested list
For example this is the HTML code: <body> <div id="picture"> <img src="images/image.jpg" alt="this is image" /> </div> </body> In CSS: #picture img { border:2px solid #000066; }
Markup validation in general is a service that allows you to see if your code meets the requirements of the language used. When you submit your code to the validator, it will tell you what you are doing incorrectly so that you can fix it.
HTML supports ordered (numbered) and unordered (bulleted) lists.
I would use a CSS style page. Place the following line in the header of the page to link to the style sheet. <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="mystyle.css" /> The style sheet takes the place of the "style" modifier within HTML tags. In order to accomplish the background image you...
  If you mean how to create a login code with HTML, you need a tag called <form> and a tag called <input> and something in another programming language, such as php or java. There is no login code necessary to use HTML.
horizontal button with vertical submenus
The hr tag is the horizontal rule tag.  It puts a line across the page.<hr />The img tag displays an image in a page. If you wanted to display an image called photo.jpg, you could do it like this:<img src="photo.jpg" />
HTML does not use tags to create characters (letters, numbers, symbols, and spaces). However, these can be done using HTML entities. You can use to insert a Tab character. It is important to note that most browsers do not render this character uniformly, so it is a bad idea to rely on a certain...
There is no specific input type for a textarea in html. Instead use the <textarea> tags inside of the form and give it a name as you would any other form element. You could put a small text box (one line) using <input type="text">.
The World Wide Web Consortium is now responsible for HTML and its different versions.
An HTML web page can not be password protected on its own. This is a task better suited for a language such as PHP when combined with HTML forms. You could ask the user for a password, and if it is correct create a cookie. When the user visits the site, you can redirect them elsewhere if they don't...
HTML was invented by Tim Berners-Lee to enable CERN (also known as European Organization for Nuclear Research) researchers to share documents with each others. Tim Berners-lee specified the HTML and wrote the browser and server software.
For 1 page use p. (e.g. p. 25); for 2 or more pages use pp. (e.g. pp.25-28).
I think it means 'Do What?'
HTML contains many more than 2 tags. Most tags come in a set of 1 opening and 1 closing tag. For example, <html> and </html>.
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  HTML denotes paragraphs by the use of what are called "p tags" In the code, <p> opens a paragraph while </p> closes one.
Paragraphs can be delineated with the p tag. ie: <p>This is a very short paragraph, but it works for me. As a responsible coder I use p tags for accessibility purposes.</p> One could also fail to specify text as a paragraph even though it may be formatted like one. ie: <div>This...
My guess is that by "these tags" you mean tags that are depreciated. Use of these tags could lead to content not being displayed correctly, or not being displayed at all. They work with the current version of HTML, but future versions will no longer support them. This will frustrate users and cause...
<u> in HTML underlines the specified text.
NVu . NVu (pronounced "in view") is an open source software, meaning it's totally free to download, use, distribute, reference, document, etc. The term open source means that the actual source code behind the software is available to anyone who wants to take a peek or even those who have the...
This is not a question, it is a statement with a question mark on the end.
when you log on there is the right hand corner below your name and tere it says options.click on that and there you see (off) (RIGHT) ETC. AND YOU SEE MORE options and click on it and there you have evrything like (managing your account) (writing email) (reading emails) (preventing junk mails) and ...
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Either using a text editor like e.g. Notepad on Windows or using a WYSIWYG-Editor (What you see is what your get) like e.g. Adobe Dreamweaver.
If you want to write something, and you already have HTML coding leading up to it, in underline, then do this: <u>I am writing this in underline.</u>
Standards are set by the World Wide Web Consortium. It is an organization that brings together the public, member organizations, and a full time staff in order to solve compatibility and consistency issues.
<html> <head><title>Type in what you want to appear at the bar</title></head><body>Everything goes in here.</body></html>
To make an image into a link you would enclose the <img> tags with link tags (<a>). For instance the following would make a link to wikianswers of the img named "pic.gif". <a href="http://wiki.answers.com"><img src="pic.gif" /></a>
You don't access HTML as such. You code it and run it. Open Notepad. Type in <html>hello</html>. Go to save, change the type to all. Name your page index.htm somewhere on your computer. Save it. Now go to the location and click on the webpage. You've just 'accessed' and coded HTML.
You just start using the tags, here is an example of some tags to get you started. Text = Bold Text = Strikeout Text Text = Italicized Text = Underlined Text = A Link = an Image = Kind've like the enter key, it starts a new line on the page. Text = Colored Font To see more, I would suggest...
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