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Android Development Using HTML5 and AdAPPt Compiler Posted By : David Hudson

Sat, 20 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0400

HTML5 is the latest version of HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language). Compilers were used with early home computers, typical the ZX81, Vic 20, Commodore 64, Acorn Atom and Apple computers. Some of those who were at the forefront of writing apps in machine code and using compilers (in the early 80's when they were children or teenagers) are now at the cutting edge of Android development. Some have been using HTML since it was first introduced in 1990 and have used every version up to and including HTML5; this minority of developers are understandably amongst the best in the world.

Using Framework which is provided by XML Posted By : Andrew Alden

Fri, 01 Jul 2011 00:00:00 -0400

XHTML provides the tried and true features of HTML in syntax compatible with the XML framework. As mentioned, XHTML is often described as a bridge between HTML and XML. The first step across this bridge is codified in the XHTML recommendation published by the early 2000. The object was to simply transform HTML 4.0 into XML syntax, removing or modifying only what was necessary to do so. The extensible portion of XHTML occurs when new XML elements and attributes are introduced to the language.

Get A Feel For Working With XML Posted By : Shawybg Kaglob

Wed, 08 Jun 2011 00:00:00 -0400

However in the future DTDs will almost certainly be deprecated in favor of XML schemas. (See the "XML as a Data Format" section later in this article of details). Perhaps the best example to demonstrate a document-centric approach is XHTML which is an XML-complaint version of HTML.

HTML 5 for Mobile Development Posted By : Vishal Arora

Fri, 03 Jun 2011 00:00:00 -0400

For mobile developers around the world HTML 5 has been a game changer. It has broken many barriers for developers and brought down the time and cost involved for mobile development. W3C has introduced many new features of HTML 5 and makes it very easy to develop and debut in this platform. It reduces the coding substantially with cleaner codes, which remove most div tags and replace them with new structural elements. Codes are more standardized and reduce the pain of modification and redevelopment is reduced heavily.

HTML5 and Android, Blackberry and iPhone Apps Posted By : Dave Martin

Thu, 19 May 2011 00:00:00 -0400

HTML4, which is the standard that has guided web browser implementation for over a decade, is being replaced with HTML5. HTML4, together with JavaScript and CSS 2, made up the three foundation pillars that have defined websites for the last 10 years.

Most Highlighted Points in Website Designing Posted By : Rob Krin

Fri, 15 Apr 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Sites are typically becoming a bit vital together with essential to the functioning of business at the moment. Gone are commonly the days when a firm developing a basic website was generally a immense achievement for a business. But with globalization at its peak the world saw web sites turning out to be a business ingredient. At this point its in normal terms not whether or not a commerce has literally a website or not, now it is commonly regarding how big its in real terms making its presence online. That was the time when there was in obvious terms hardly competition for internet websites online although at this instant every minute we normally see a new website is generally getting added to every category of business.

How HTML Functions? Posted By : Stuart Michael

Wed, 11 Aug 2010 00:00:00 -0400

HTML is the designation for Hypertext Markup Language. It is the language used to explain the visual appearance of a display of document in the internet browser. Documents of HTML comprise of document tags that will act upon the description of the visual appearance of an internet page or link to another page within a document and to provide directive command, for example the insert of image.

HTML5 Review: Pros and Cons Posted By : Josh Story

Sun, 25 Jul 2010 00:00:00 -0400

Web technology is continuously getting better and more and more innovative websites are being created. HTML 5 replaced HTML 4 and it's supposed to bring more flexibility and to enhance a wide range of features. There are a lot of benefits this revamped language is offering to all web designers.

Understanding HTML For A Better Business Posted By : Jeremy Gislason

Tue, 06 Jan 2009 00:00:00 -0500

HTML or Hypertext Markup Language, is the predominant language in which most Internet web pages are based. HTML accomplishes a number of tasks via a web page, including describing the structure of text based information to be displayed within the page (font sizes, text colors and formats, etc.), providing a means for the user to interact with the site via web forms, and embedding images and other types media for display to the user.

XML: Scripting for the Web and Beyond Posted By : Sandra Prior

Tue, 08 Jul 2008 00:00:00 -0400

Unlike HTML, XML has no fixed tags. The user must define tags that mark individual items of data within the file. XML holds the promise of a common source definition for the Web in much the same as Rich Text Files allow formatted text to be exchanged between different word processors.

Expert HTML Posted By : Sandra Prior

Mon, 19 May 2008 00:00:00 -0400

With the Web being the all encompassing, slightly anarchic, global phenomenon that it is, there are no set standards about how to design Web pages. But there is one overriding principle that every Web designer should chant like a mantra as soon as they awake in the morning. Speed is everything.

HTML Links In Plain English Posted By : Michael Russell

Fri, 03 Mar 2006 00:00:00 -0500

HTML links. The heart and soul of web pages. Without links it would be impossible for a visitor to get from one web page to another, meaning that without HTML links, web pages would be pretty worthless. Everyone at one time or another, has received an email and inside of it they see something that says "click on me" and then when they do they are transferred from the email they received to some web site.

HTML Forms - Plain English Explanation Part I Posted By : Michael Russell

Fri, 03 Mar 2006 00:00:00 -0500

In this article on HTML we're going to discuss HTML forms, why they're important and how to use them effectively in plain English so everyone can understand their use. One of the most important things about any web site that you'll put together is to be able to collect information from your visitors, either for the purpose of sending them news of your products or services in future emails, or for the direct purpose of processing orders, in which case you would need things like name and address for shipping purposes.

HTML Font Tips Posted By : Michael Russell

Fri, 03 Mar 2006 00:00:00 -0500

It is very tempting to use fancy looking fonts when designing a web page. After all, the fancier the font the more attractive it will be to visitors and the more likely they will be to stay at your page once they've gotten there. Actually, the reverse is often true.

HTML Editors Posted By : Michael Russell

Fri, 03 Mar 2006 00:00:00 -0500

In this article we're going to go over some HTML editors, some very popular and some not so popular. There are more editors made to create web pages than Carter has liver pills. If you're the typical non professional user then you are probably familiar with the more popular ones and have absolutely NO clue about some of the obscure ones that are available. We'll cover a few of each.

HTML And Why You Need It Posted By : Michael Russell

Fri, 03 Mar 2006 00:00:00 -0500

HTML. What is it, and why do you need to know how to use it? First of all, HTML is Hyper Text Markup Language. It is what a browser reads in order to display what you actually see on a webpage that you view through Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera, or whatever browser you may use. It's a type of code.

HTML And The [HEAD] Tag In Plain English Posted By : Michael Russell

Fri, 03 Mar 2006 00:00:00 -0500

An article about the header of a web page and how important it actually is. If you read any book on HTML they will tell you that the [head] tag is optional. Technically speaking, it is But leaving the header out of your HTML code is just plain looking for disaster if you want anyone to actually find your page.

HTML And The Battle Of The Browsers Posted By : Michael Russell

Fri, 03 Mar 2006 00:00:00 -0500

You've just created your beautiful web page complete with graphics, sounds and all the bells and whistles you can think of. You open up your Internet Explorer version 6.0 and everything looks absolutely perfect. You then put your page up on the Internet for all the world to see and the next day you get the following email.

HTML - Image File Management Tips Posted By : Michael Russell

Fri, 03 Mar 2006 00:00:00 -0500

HTML graphics. It's a real balancing act that isn't always easy to pull off. Let's face it. Web pages that are all text are simply boring to look at. It's like reading the obituaries in the newspaper. So graphics really come in handy when trying to spruce up your site a bit. The problem is that graphics, or more specially graphic files, can be very large and take lots of time to load up on a page.

HTML - Guidelines For Authoring Posted By : Michael Russell

Fri, 03 Mar 2006 00:00:00 -0500

When designing your web site you want to make the visiting experience as enjoyable as possible and at the same time make it so that if the site needs to be changed in any way, the changes are not too difficult to make. You want the look to be as appealing as possible for all browsers and also make the site accessible to users with disabilities. In order to accomplish all this there are some general guidelines when creating your HTML code.

HTML - Do We Need To Learn It? Posted By : Michael Russell

Fri, 03 Mar 2006 00:00:00 -0500

In this article I am going to answer the question as to whether or not we need to learn HTML. This rather long answer will surprise you, but hopefully by the article's end you will understand why. See, this isn't an easy question to answer and there are many points of view.

XHTML - Kicking And Screaming Into The Future Posted By : Eric Lester

Tue, 01 Nov 2005 00:00:00 -0500

XHTML, the standard, was first released back in 2000. Roughly five years later we begin to see major websites revised to use this standard. Even the favorite whipping boy of standards-compliance punditry, Microsoft, presents their primary homepages, and in XHTML. Standards compliant XHTML sites are still the minority. The reason is simple. When the W3C released the new standard, the rest of the web running on HTML did not cease to function.