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

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Web Page Execution Internals

My question is what is the subject area that covers web page execution/loading. I am looking to purchase a book by subject area that covers when things execute or load in a web page, whether it's ...
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Easiest way to create static HTML file with sortable and filterable table?

I want to create a static HTML file I can email to someone with a lot of data, and have that data sortable and filterable. What is the easiest to use library or package I can use to get this off the ...
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Where can I learn the most up-to-date standard for HTML and CSS?

I'm looking to learn updated HTML/CSS in preparation for HTML5. Since I am new to this it's hard for me to know which websites are teaching old HTML coding styles and which are teaching the good one. ...
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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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XML or HTML for User Manual/Help and Why?

I want to make User Manual/Help to my program. I found two good ways - XML or HTML - which should I use and why? I know how to do it in html (I know how to use js, css and such) but in XML it's ...
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Idea of an algorithm to detect a website's navigation structure?

Currently I am in the process of developing an importer of any existing, arbitrary (static) HTML website into the upcoming release of our CMS. While the downloading the files is solved successfully, ...
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How to trim all incoming values in an HTTP Post request?

I have an HTML form, with more than 30 fields in it. When this form is submitted to the server, all of the values of the fields should be trimmed. In other words, no value should start/end with any ...
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Does react.js make sense for a static content-driven site?

I'm pretty sold on the react.js model because it makes DOM manipulation so smooth and comprehensible. But I'm wondering how it could be leveraged for a site that's largely static with big blocks of ...
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Is this approach to CSS correct?

Reading SASS basic features on their website, I stumbled upon the @extend feature. The example they give is the following: .message { border: 1px solid #ccc; padding: 10px; color: #333; ...
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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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How to best organize spaghetti Javascript on the client with an MVC server architecture?

A LAMP project I am currently working on is pretty well organized on the backend. However, there are a ton of pages that just have a diarrhea of javascript and html squirted all over numerous ...
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Uniform identifier/class naming across HTML, CSS and JS

How does one ensure that HTML, CSS and JS have uniform identifiers. For example, one such set of identifiers could be class names. e.g.: CSS: .user-profile{ ... } JS: ...
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Percent or Pixels HTML/CSS

Coding a new website. Basically, for position elements using CSS I would use percents and figured that was the best thing to do since everyone's monitor was a different size. But I noticed a lot of ...
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What are other technologies that are capable of creating Websites with Animation, Load Detailed Images & Cross Browser

I am a Junior Web Programmer who is tasked with redesigning our website. Right now the website is made in ActionScript using the FLEX API(so its Flash based). I am looking for advice on what ...
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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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HTML in docblock comments?

In the PEAR standards there is no reference to HTML, if its allowed or not. http://pear.php.net/manual/en/standards.sample.php But I see some people use HTML tags like <kbd> and stuff.. So is ...
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CSS and HTML inconsistent when declaring multiple classes

I'm learning CSS "seriously" for the first time, but I've found that the way you deal with multiple CSS classes in CSS and HTML quite inconsistent. For example, I learned that if I want to declare ...
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Anyone know about webs.com?

I have a friend who created a website with web.com which use to be called freewebs.com. He also has his domain name registered through them as well. Are theses one of those dangerous sites to stay ...
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Use a search box that calls on a JSON file? [closed]

I use a JSON file to populate several drop down lists. The format is: { "value" :"lightyear", "name" :"Light Year(yl)" }, { "value" :"astronomicalUnit", ...
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are there any tools to convert general purpose XML to HTML? [closed]

I don't know how to say... The XIB is using xml to store the UIElement information, similar to .Net GUI. Is there any open source stuff also convert the xml file to a html layout?
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Is using xml + xsl to create a weekly html email a good or bad idea?

The guy who is in charge of our html emails is leaving and I have been asked to take over. We are an online retailer and send out an email once a week. An email will consist of a main image, a bit of ...
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Why isn't there an html tag “field”?

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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Executive trying to understand Web 2.0 Development - Which language is best?

I am writing a business plan for developers in the 2.0 environment; my utmost respect is given to the people doing the work, but my ignorance is preventing me from articulating who I will need to ...
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Is it practical to have perfect validation score on HTML?

I was in a heated discussion the other day, about whether or not it's practical to have a perfect validation score on any HTML document. By practical I mean: Does not take a ridiculous amount of ...
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why are globals bad in javascript [duplicate]

I've been writing web applications for a while now , and everyone knows the one golden rule not to assign variables to the window object , don't ever assign a variable without using var. My ...
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Is Doctype needed for HTML5 documents

Recently I had a job interview and one of the questions was "Is doctype needed for HTML 5 documents?". I've answered "no" but have a feeling that I might be wrong. From the w3 it looks like it is ...
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Is it a good idea to use width and height properties with the < td > tag?

I am new to HTML and Im working on a self made project and I have to use < table > and < fieldset > tags in my html files. I need to set the width and height properties to the tables like ...
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Should PHP view files be called something other than '.php'?

By default, any file that PHP touches is usually suffixed with .php. It's universally understood by Apache / Nginx as the default for PHP files and most setups expect PHP files to end in this ...
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Guidance for a C# developer to become better UI developer

I am a C# developer and had developed simple websites in regular asp.net(with asp.net controls) and a wpf application. Nowadays, I am trying to learn Asp.net MVC3 and I have been exposed to HTML ...
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Is it better to learn html, javascript, php, then mysql if you want to start your own site? [closed]

Is it better to learn html, javascript, php, then mysql if you want to start your site? Is it better to learn it in that order or not?
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ASP.NET tags best practices

I'm working on my first ASP.NET project and I'm torn between using asp tags (<asp:SomeElement) everywhere or use some regular HTML for simple things that need no code behind, like fixed divs, ...
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Can this type of page be made client-side?

I'm planning on making a website that will have mainly articles and videos. I'm going to post the videos on YouTube and use the YouTube API on my site. What I am wondering, is if I can make a page ...
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Conceptually, is the single page web app more efficient than the web app that loads pieces of the page for every page? [closed]

I searched a lot, but nobody seems to have explained this nor given a proper example. I have a page like this: My team says they want to design the code such that the Title section, Menu ...
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What license is HTML released under?

All products seem to be released with a license, I'm curious to know how one would go about finding out the license of technologies like HTML, CSS and JavaScript?
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Why some Javascript code needs to be written in different tags and not embedded within the same

When I was using the modernizr file, I came across this problem where in I need to source a file and call the script. <script src="js/modernizr-min.js"></script> <script> if ...
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Should I be using OOCSS in a CSS theme?

I have heard of OOCSS some time ago, but never really looked into it. Today I did so, and I thought of the implications of applying OOCSS to a simple CSS theme. One problem I thought of is that, by ...
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Is XML, HTML/CSS, XSL analogous to Model, View, Controller?

For some time in personal projects I have been using XSL to convert my raw XML data into human-friendly HTML/CSS (in simple projects, I have no JavaScript, so let's leave that out of the equation for ...
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What scripting languages can be embedded within HTML?

Most of scripting languages (like Pythong, Perl, etc) generates the whole HTMLfile. However, PHP code can be embedded within html codes. PHP will process only code between <?php ?> tags and ...
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Securing client->database game

OK, I am creating a game using JavaScript and HTML5. The variables such as map, x, y, level, exp, etc are stored in JavaScript to keep track. On my client page, the JavaScript variables are stored to ...
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Multiple CS Sheets or Javascript

I have a homepage with a navigationBar on top of the Viewport contains two buttons. One is the default selected home button which calls/displays home.html. The other for example is Ubuntu which calls ...
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For HTML report generation, should CSS be put into stylesheet or written into the html file?

I'm writing a report generator for an automation tool. Right now I have a report template html file which is read by the generator and the results are filled in by the tool to be written to another ...
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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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Choosing DOCTYPE for an online eBook

I'm about to begin working on a project which involves creating an eBook-like website which will contain lots of large documents with text and images. The site should have a rather minimalistic ...
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Suggestions for CSS frameworks? [closed]

So I've started developing web sites and have learned HTML and CSS fundamentals. However, I often run in to WTF-moments concerning layout; what looks good in one browser may look strange in another ...
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Browser parsers vs Stand-alone parsers

Firefox/Chromium have well implemented(?) parsers. Then why are parsers like lxml and other such parsers being developed with so much effort put into it? Aren't they re-inventing the wheel? Or are ...
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Can the user not manipulate html elements which are disabled for non-permitted user

With todays browser extensions/tools is it not easily possible for a user to edit the html/css settings of a website and so enable some disabled buttons etc... to gain access to not permitted areas?
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What to use instead of IDs in selectors in CSS

I recently installed a csslint package for my Atom text editor. I keep getting warnings saying "Don't use IDs in selectors." I found this weird since I've always been using IDs in selectors in CSS, ...
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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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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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Is there a Standard Visual Cue to Indicate the presence of a Tool Tip (Hover Text)?

A widely recognized cue that text is clickable is to underline it, set it in a different color, and change the cursor to a hand symbol when hovering over it. I have a situation where a column in a ...