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PUBLIC MARKS from Hiéroglyphe with tag html

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2013

JS Bin - Collaborative JavaScript Debugging

by 7 others
Editeur de code Javascript en mode collaboratif

2011

2010

EntityCode

by 1 other
A Clear and Quick Reference to HTML Symbol Entities Codes

webappers

by 10 others
Hunting the Best Open Source Resources for Web Developers | WebAppers

web designer wall

by 12 others
A wall of design ideas, web trends, and tutorials.

2008

2007

TableKit

by 6 others
TableKit is a collection of HTML table enhancements using the Prototype framework. TableKit currently implements row striping, column sorting, column resizing and cell editing using Ajax.

Activating the Right Layout Mode Using the Doctype

by 7 others
In order to deal with both old tag soup written to old browser quirks and new CSS-compliant pages, Firefox (and other Mozilla Gecko-based browsers), Safari, Opera (7 and later), Internet Explorer 6 and 7, Mac IE 5, and Konqueror (3.2 and later) have two main layout modes. In one mode the layout engine attempts to render conforming pages according the CSS specifications. In the other mode the layout engine tries to mimic old browsers. In Firefox these modes are known as “the Standards mode” and “the Quirks mode” respectively. In this document the same names are used also when referring to the modes of the other browsers.

Sending XHTML as text/html Considered Harmful

by 1 other
A number of problems resulting from the use of the text/html MIME type in conjunction with XHTML content are discussed. It is suggested that XHTML delivered as text/html is broken and XHTML delivered as text/xml is risky, so authors intending their work for public consumption should stick to HTML 4.01, and authors who wish to use XHTML should deliver their markup as application/xhtml+xml.

2006

HTML and CSS Tutorials. And Stuff.

by 53 others
Welcome to HTML Dog, the web designer's resource for everything HTML and CSS, the most common technologies used in making web pages.

Web Browser Standards Support

by 1 other
This document will summarize the level of support for web standards and maturing technologies in popular web browsers. It covers the Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Opera web browsers, with focus on the HTML, CSS, DOM, and ECMAScript technologies.