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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 attributes? And where...

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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 alt not allowed on element a at this point In...

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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 hyphen and the part after...

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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 next line. The words...

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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 example. Is there a...

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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 page: <meta...

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DonBosco: It wont work if he is creating an <ol>, he has to remove the closing tag for the main list item and put it after the nested ul...

Question | HTML Validation: UL in UL causes error "ul not allowed as child of element ul in this context"

DonBosco: You will need to remove the close tag of your first list item and place it after the unordered list like that: <ul> <li>A ...

Question | HTML Validation: UL in UL causes error "ul not allowed as child of element ul in this context"

Hilton: This is a very nice, but has one massive flaw. Uploading original files of 5 megs each causes a limit on how many images can be uploaded. Works fine...

Tutorial | HTML5: Upload Images with Client Side Resize

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: <input...

Tutorial | HTML5: Upload Images with Client Side Resize

Guest: Hello, thanx a lot for this inspiration, I was near to it, but could not solve one detail. Your solution brought me to a new way. One question: I...

Tutorial | HTML5: Upload Images with Client Side Resize

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