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Synopsis: Internet Explorer has evolved a significant amount since its version 3.0 was introduced a few years back. Dynamic HTML is equipped with its own hierarchy, programming languages, you name it. You can almost run your computer with it. Now what if we took the DHTML in IE and used it to re-create IE. Is this possible? Of course it is. Ryan Detert shows how using the new HTML Applications (HTA's) that Internet Explorer 5.0 now supports.
Techniques: HTML Applications, HTA, ID, applicationName, border, borderStyle, caption, icon, maximizeButton, minimizeButton, showInTaskBar, singleInstance, sysMenu, version, windowState, commandLine Method, HTA Web Browser, DHTML, JScript
Synopsis: The main purpose of HTML is to enable web authors to specify structural information about their pages - for example tables, paragraphs, images and so on. However, it also provides a way of adding information about the page and its content. Such information is known as metadata, and is added through the use of the <META> tag. By Michael Bednarek.
Techniques: metadata, META tag, description, author, keywords, robots, NOINDEX, NOFOLLOW, HTTP-EQUIV, Expires, Pragma, Cache-Control, no-cache, refresh, URL
Synopsis: By Janus Boye. Wouldn't it be cool, if we could have a simple hypertext system on our PDA's? Imagine being able to enter a meeting in your calendar, and having that linked to the address of the meeting in your address book, plus linked to your meeting notes, and an email you received about the meeting.
Techniques: PDA's, hand held devices, Hypertext
Synopsis: It is important that the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) document you create conforms to the corresponding Document Type Definition (DTD). Selected online and offline HTML validation techniques are discussed by Pankaj Kamthan. Updated to include a reference to a GUI version of HTML Tidy, CYAN an online interface to HTML Tidy, and information about Optimization with HTML (UN)Compress, and HTML-Kit.
Techniques: Validation, HTML, syntactical, semantical, spelling, stylistic, bandwidth, W3C HTML Validation Service, CYAN, HTMLChek, Weblint, HTML Tidy, HTML-Kit, Doctor HTML, Emacs and Weblint
Synopsis: Michael Bednarek concludes his HTML series - this time discussing HTML forms, their elements and what they can be used for
Techniques: HTML, forms, form fields, mailto:, cgi, GET, POST, MIME Type, ACTION, ENCTYPE
Synopsis: Michael Bednarek describes how to use tables and frames to layout web pages on the screen.
Techniques: HTML, HTML 4.0, frames, framesets, tables, rows, columns, table cells
Synopsis: Michael Bednarek continues the HTML series this time covering server side image maps and adding sound to your pages
Techniques: HTML, images, gif, jpeg, img, LOWSRC, background, client side image maps, map, area, usemap, sounds, bgsound, embed
Synopsis: Michael Bednarek continues with the series of HTML articles describing HTML tags which allow you to manipulate the appearance of text on the screen, and how to create hyperlinks to link to other Web pages.
Synopsis: Michael Bednarek introduces a new series of Beginner HTML articles
Techniques: HTML, HTML 2.0, HTML 3.0, HTML 3.2 HTML 4.0, BODY, HEAD, TITLE, BR BGCOLOR, TEXT, color numbers and names
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