Is your code valid? This post will teach you how to validate HTML. You’ll learn how choosing the right Doctype will help you insure your page is truly valid and you’ll get tips about using the W3C Validation service effectively.
This is an introduction to the new and simplified doctype for HTML5 pages.This lesson focuses in more detail on the new HTML5 Doctype, and a few other changes in HTML5 that will make your coding life simpler and leaner.
What is a Doctype? Why do you need one?This is a short and simple post explaining all that gobbledygook at the top of your HTML page. I’ll introduce you to the different Doctype declarations: the strict XHTML type, the transitional Doctype, the basic HTML4 Doctype, and I’ll introduce the newer, simpler, HTML5 Doctype.
XHTML, HTML, HTML5…all these acronyms, but what’s the difference? Should you be writing your code in strict XHTML, or HTML? In this post you’ll learn what XHTML is, how it differs from HTML4 or HTML5, and all you need to make your code strict XHTML compliant.
Learning about the structure of HTML is so important I’m devoting this whole post to helping you learn HTML syntax. Focusing on the pattern of HTML will make remembering the code a breeze. Once you learn HTML syntax, you’ll know the basic building blocks of hundreds of HTML codes!