HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is the predominant markup language used for creating web pages.

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Http meta tag for refreshing/redirecting

I am not doing web programming usually, but while looking at the generated source of a webpage learned that a standard way to refresh a web page is to use <meta http-equiv="refresh" ...
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Ajax File Upload Progress bar [on hold]

I have jqurey for Single file upload code with showing percentage, It's code is I'm recoding the for multiple file upload in the one time. But isn't upload the files. please help for resold the ...
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What is wrong with my jQuery code? [migrated]

I want to toggle a div from left to right when someone clicks on the h1 which is floating on right every thing is working just fine but I can't toggle it. Once the div appears it never goes away. ...
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What is the right way to parse HTML? [on hold]

I've heard, that parsing HTML using the Cthulhu way is not very good. But what are the right ways to parse HTML? Or is it possible to parse it at all?
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Why isn't there an html tag “field”? [on hold]

There is a <fieldset> tag for a set of fields. Why isn't there a hierarchical child for fieldsets? <form> <fieldset> <legend>Thin Sandwich Options</legend> ...
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How to restrict user submitted CSS within <div> [closed]

We are having rich text editor in which we can insert html. if any input contains <style> tag then the css is applied to entire window. is it possible to restrict that CSS to be applied within ...
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Separating php and html code [closed]

What is the industrial practice on how to separate html and php code in a web project? Using echos to generate html is considered bad but what is the standard way to achieve the sought separation? ...
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Intermittent flickering on mouse move [closed]

We have an internal website that is written in javascript and jquery and is only used in with ie8. Everything is fine but after a certain time, screen flickering starts to occur when the mouse ...
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Tight Coupling Between Javascript, HTML, and CSS: A More Modern Approach?

It's very common to see Javascript bound to certain selectors to find elements, store data, and listen for events. It's also common to see these same selectors used for styling. jQuery (and its ...
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Retrieve options for the second drop down box from DB based on first Drop down box [migrated]

I am currently working on a small project. I have to retrieve some data from a DB (MySQL) and insert it into a webpage as a select (Drop Down box). The code I have written in PHP is: <?php // ...
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Building an organization-specific XML editor in HTML

I'm building a user friendly XML editor in HTML/JS. Looking for some general advice on how to build the editor UI and which approach you'd recommend on mapping the data to the UI. Details about the ...
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How important is it to clean up someone else's code when faced with a tight deadline? [closed]

(I'm talking about HTML / CSS code (not programming languages) but I think we also face the same issue as with programmers.) I am the senior front-end designer in a team and I often have to re-work ...
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What is the best way to keep both html document structure and php control structure strongly visible in complex view file

I create a lot of views in my work as part of the common MVC pattern applied in web frameworks like Code Igniter and Cake. I also adhere to the following maxim as best I can: fat models and library ...
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Reasons for moving from pure JavaScript to a JavaScript library

Being aware of the direct benefits of libraries having things wrapped in a package, making daily work easier, my question is leaning more towards the fact that many features not implemented in ...
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Why is an A element often used instead of a BUTTON for web design? [closed]

Is there any particular reason why people use the A tag to mimic a BUTTON in HTML and JavaScript?
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What process should I follow to implement (code) a web site in HTML5/CSS?

The title question is unfortunately pretty vague (or at least may be asking differently than what I intend)... but let me elaborate. I know basic HTML5 and CSS. I don't need to learn the tags and how ...
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How to avoid too much html in JQuery?

I'm not liking how my JQuery is after making some dynamic buttons, or other dynamic things. For example, when I have checkboxes marked, I add a button that is called "Download Selected" and "Remove ...
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HTML DOM in .NET: following specification vs. following language standards [closed]

Let's say we're implementing HTML DOM in C#. Naming conventions are different: HTMLCollection interface/class vs. IHtmlCollection/HtmlCollection, body attribute vs. Body property etc. Behavior is ...
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ASP.NET C# and MVC - Step by Step [closed]

I am totally new and do not know where to start learning. I am exposed to the IT industry in a broad manner at work with no specific thing to learn about. I definitely want to work with c# and MVC to ...
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Is learning different programming languages from different categories good? [closed]

I have read some posts regarding learning different programming languages or not. Most of the answers indicate that learning more than one programming language increase our horizon as a programmer and ...
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How best to format text files of statutes in HTML with specific IDs

I'm trying to find the best way to process about 20,000 lines of a statute in text format into HTML so that it can be displayed and manipulated in a granular fashion, i.e. by clause. The format is ...
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Pros and Cons of Facebook's React vs. Web Components (Polymer)

What are the main benefits of Facebook's React over the upcoming Web Components spec and vice versa (or perhaps a more apples-to-apples comparison would be to Google's Polymer library)? According to ...
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Create ASP.NET input forms from XSD?

I have several types of XML document. The format of (i.e. the elements in) each document type is defined in an XSD. Is there a convenient way to create HTML elements (or ASP.NET controls) on an ...
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Will it be a wrong idea to have <style> in <body>?

In below code i placed internal style sheet with in body tag, instead of having in head. For Single-Page-Application I am considering to do this for styles that is only applicable to that page alone, ...
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How to create html pages which don't change very much and not very often?

I have a Rails server that connects to a json API on another server to get data to build the pages dynamically. These pages, however, don't change very much and not very often. I was thinking I could ...
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Is a development environment required for small projects? [closed]

I won a bid on Elance and was had a request to fix some css and html issues with a WordPress site. How do I make changes to the document without working on the live site? Do you set up a development ...
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What is the best way to build a static page web site from a JSON API?

I have a JSON API that includes some discusssions. I want to build a static html site on another server, pages that are built from data on that API. I am more comfortable using Rails than Node. The ...
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Why not embed styles/scripts in HTML instead of linking?

We concatenate CSS and JavaScript files to reduce the number of HTTP requests, which improves performance. The result is HTML like this: <link rel="stylesheet" ...
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Frontend vs Backend data handling

Firstly I would like an answer from an experienced person (not a one man band), someone whom has worked in a medium/large team and had to battle with this burning question before. The problem: I am ...
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How to connect HTML mobile app with a server/cloud? [closed]

I'm creating a mobile app using HTML5, CSS3 and JS. The point is that I'm using those things for creating the UI, and making the app cross-platform. There won't be much functionality through JS. I ...
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Am I right to be skeptical of ASP.NET MVC “Html Helpers”? [closed]

ASP.NET WebForms seemed really great until that moment of realization the abstraction you'd welcomed was producing HTML that was worlds away from what you needed. Wrestling with that framework to ...
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Semantic CSS class names [on hold]

I always read articles that suggest to not use presentational CSS class names. Currently I'm working on a small website project. The footer on this website looks like this: Although it's pretty ...
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MVC structure suggestions

I want to create an application i.e svg-edit that use javascript for client side operations but I want to integrate it with ExpressJS. Svg-Edit on the client side contains the folder containing the ...
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CSS structure for creating responsive websites

I'm a back-end engineer who works on a small team so occasionally needs to do some front-end. I like to develop a good workflow and project structure before I start anything, so I'm wondering about ...
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How to approach multiple page form with just one save option

The screen shot shows the magento product upload page. The left nav allows you to switch to different options for the product. Basically each option in the left nav appears as a different page. ...
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How to explain to my manager the importance of separation of concerns?

I'm an extremely novice web programmer working at a 2 person shop building websites, and we're in the process of writing a simple website template system in PHP from scratch. My manager is entirely ...
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History of vendor css prefix

When and how did this process of prefixing css with vendor specific prefix begin. Which browser/org start this and why was this started. I searched the web but found no details on this.
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Styling the HTML tag in a web document

is it good Coding Practice to add style to the <html> tag of a web document? why should you not style the <html> tag of a web document? I ask this because of this answer on a ...
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Reverse horizontal and vertical for a HTML table

There is a two-dimensional array describing a HTML table. Each element of the array consists of: the cell content rowspan colspan Every row of this two dimensional array corresponds to <td> ...
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Learning to program after a 9-5 job [closed]

I'm currently working as an IT administrator, but I'm thinking of making a slight career change into programming. I want to focus my time and effort into learning some web-based languages, but does it ...
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what is the meaning of following definition? [closed]

I am new to javascript and start learning from w3schools website. I'm not able to understand what the following line means. Can anyone please explain this with example? You can only use ...
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Why do we write the action to be performed by a function in jQuery inside the parentheses?

Generally whenever we're programming in any Programming language, say C, we would pass the parameters we need to pass to a function using the parentheses next to the name of the function. Whereas in ...
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What's wrong with this approach to CSS?

I have a static Jekyll website. The website is constructed once, on my computer, and then sent to the server in the form of plain HTML, image, and CSS files, to be served by a regular HTTP server. ...
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Can I use a @font-face of “Courier New”?

I currently have my font stack: font-family: "Courier New", Courier, monospace; In all browsers that I test in I see the font displayed in the Courier New font except for my android devices - my ...
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What would be a good “umbrella” term for HTML, CSS, SQL, JavaScript and the like? [closed]

There appears to be a pretty clear consensus on the question about whether HTML and CSS are programming languages. They are not. HTML is a markup language and CSS is a stylesheet language. You could ...
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Ruby Capybara HTML DOM Issue

I am trying to get the links from Google adverts that appear in a webpage in programmatic manner. I have been testing Ruby and Capybara but I have an issue where the DOM as stated by Capybara is not ...
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Do I need to learn Javascript to make decent websites? [closed]

Hello I have been using C++ and Java for years. For better or for worse, I have always looked at JavaScript as not as powerful as these languages and therefore probably not worth my time and effort to ...
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How can a server side developer survive in a position which expects front-end involvement? [closed]

My background is back-end server development. Very back-end. Now I work in a position where I need to also take care of front-end. Nothing fancy but I need to be able to code for front-end as well. ...
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Are there presently any standardized “grammar” rules for HTML & CSS?

Over the years I have assigned values to classes and html elements in all sorts of ways: myClass MyClass my_class my-class . . .and so on. As I am always trying to hone my craft and make my code ...
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How does google code prettify works? [closed]

I am using google code prettify. After a page renders, I decided to check how <code> and <pre> tags and their contents were manipulated. But in view source, I found no changes were made ...