Hi Guys !!! My name is Elcio Abrahão and I m an University Teacher in São Paulo – Brazil. I m using HTML5 to teach programing for my students the form did not change the output value when I add … Continue reading
Specifically, I’m looking for browser versions that first gave basic support to HTML elements, in IE, Firefox, Opera, Chrome, and Safari. The Mozilla Developer Network is a good resource; however, basic browser support of many elements in this resource are … Continue reading
What is the HTML5 equivalent to HTML 4′s <div id=”header”>? Or is it the same for HTML5 as it is for HTML4.
I did a project on numeracy for my IT degree in 2010. There are two directionality attributes for text fields in HTML, left to right (ltr) and right to left (rtl). Mathematical sums are processed from right to left. It … Continue reading
Take a look to this HTML5 code as shown here: <menu type=”toolbar”> <command type=”radio” radiogroup=”alignment” checked=”checked” label=”Left” icon=”icons/alL.png” onclick=”setAlign(‘left’)”> <command type=”radio” radiogroup=”alignment” label=”Center” icon=”icons/alC.png” onclick=”setAlign(‘center’)”> <command type=”radio” radiogroup=”alignment” label=”Right” icon=”icons/alR.png” onclick=”setAlign(‘right’)”> <hr> <command type=”command” disabled label=”Publish” icon=”icons/pub.png” onclick=”publish()”> </menu> The … Continue reading
Particularly with the rise in self promotional activities around Social Networks there is a need for a self promotional meta tag – distinct from factual content descriptive meta tags. <meta name=”shameless” content=”Insert Shameless Plug Here”</> <shameless>Insert Shameless Plug Here</shameless>
Hi all, I’m glad to participate with the first post in this group Has anyone thought of using label=”” as a unified naming attribute; as an alternative to all naming tags and attributes: <caption> , <label>, <legend>, alt=””, for=””, title=””, … Continue reading
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