We’re going to teach you how some existing tags have changed with HTML5: strike, bold, italics and underline. If you are new to HTML all together, some of these tags may be new to you. That’s OK. In this post we’ll show teach you when to use these tags and when to avoid them.
Transcode: A Programming Group for Trans and Genderqueer Allies TranscodeSF provides a free web programming class that runs weekly at the San Francisco LGBT Center, 1800 Market Street, San Francisco. TranscodeSF is a volunteer-run organization that helps trans and gender non-conforming folks gain computer programming and software engineering skills and employment in the technology industry. […]
We just finished shooting the video for our theme song. The original inspiration for the theme song was hearing Rick James sing “Super Freak” on my car radio. I couldn’t help but hear “Super Geek” and decided on the spot a parody song and celebrating geekiness would capture the spirit of Learn HTML with Song—geeky, […]
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.