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Learn HTML: A Guide to Learning Hypertext Markup Language

Whether you’re interested in building your own websites, or pursuing a career as a web developer, having knowledge of HTML is an essential skill. Hypertext Markup Language, or HTML, is one of the three core technologies that power almost every…

ID and Class Attributes in HTML and Their CSS Selectors

When using CSS for styling web pages, you’ll often want to target certain parts of your page. One of the ways you can select one or more element(s) is by either their ID and/or Class attributes. As you go through…

What is a Markup Language?

When we talk about markup languages in programming, we don’t mean that someone is trying to raise the price of something. A markup is not a price increase. It’s a way of representing data using a particular type of scripting…

Use the Bootstrap Framework to Create Tabs

Tabs are a user interface (UI) element that allow us to see different panes of information without using up extra space. Just like tabs in a binder or book, they mark a placement on the page for more information and…

Using the Bootstrap Framework to Create a Modal

A modal is a window that is separate from the main window of a web page. It’s main purpose is to disable the main window from user interaction and to share information or confirm something with the user. Modal windows…

How to Perform an HTML Redirect

There may be times when you need to redirect your web traffic to a new site. There are multiple ways to perform a redirect, usually through the backend, but in this article we cover how to do it using a…

How to Create the Copyright Symbol in HTML

HTML has symbols and entities that may not necessarily be found on a keyboard easily. This article explains how to create the copyright symbol in HTML using various shortcuts. When creating a web page, it’s often a good idea to…

Differentiating Between the Types of Spaces in HTML

In HTML, sometimes we need to create space, and it’s not as easy as just using the spacebar to create it. This is especially true if we need multiple spaces in a row or tabs – HTML tends to collapse…

A Guide to Using Quotes in HTML

There are several ways to cite sources or discern quotes from its surrounding text in HTML. Today, we go over the HTML Quotation Elements:  <blockquote>, <q>, <abbr>, <address>, <bdo> and <cite>. Each has their own unique use cases – we…

How to Open a Link in a New Tab Using HTML

When we want to direct a user to a third-party web page, the default behavior is for the link to go directly to that page in the same tab. You can keep users on your page by opening up the…

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