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HTML: Difference between ID and CLASS
Elements within an HTML document can have both, the ID attribute and the CLASS attribute. But what is behind the ID and CLASS...
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HTML Validator: Attribute alt not allowed
When I try to validate my website with an HTML Validator, I get the following error: Attribute al...
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HTML: No line break for hyphenated word
Long lines are automatically wrapped by the browser at their end. If a word contains a hyphen, the word is separated at the...
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HTML: Prevent line break between two words
I have a text in which some words belong together and for this reason should not be separated or wrapped by a line break in the...
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HTML: Cross out a Word
I would like to  strike through a word in an HTML document. Just as you can do it in a program like Word as formatting, for...
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Responsive Webdesign: User should not be allowed to zoom
I recently made my website responsive by designing all content scalably and adding the following line to the head of my...
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Guest: I have a problem when I try to upload more than 2 images. Sometimes just 1 image upload. Do you know...
Tutorial | HTML5: Upload Images with Client Side Resize
Guest: I'm not sure this is the best way.. But here's my quick fix for keeping the file name: Add this hidden input to form: ...
Tutorial | HTML5: Upload Images with Client Side Resize
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Tutorial | HTML5: Upload Images with Client Side Resize
Guest: I want to save every image with it's original name. Tried with file.name but it's sending only the last image's file name....
Tutorial | HTML5: Upload Images with Client Side Resize
Guest: I must be doing something wrong, cause I can't get it to upload multiple images... It only uploads a single image each...
Tutorial | HTML5: Upload Images with Client Side Resize
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Tutorial | HTML5: Upload Images with Client Side Resize

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