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A tooltip is one of those little features which can have a good impact on a website’s overall user experience. Strategically positioned, a series of tooltips can provide helpful insights, hints and guidance to users.
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There are many HTML tutorials available all over the web. However most of them are suitable for the 1990-s era. using tables, <font> to style and those <blink> and marquees!

The web has evolved much after that . So here is a tutorial for the modern times. Share this tutorial with anyone who is starting with HTML. This tutorial is intended to give a strong foundation in the fundamentals of building a website.
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When the <video> tag was first unveiled, a wave of excitement swept through the web developer community. Prior to the <video> tag, offering videos on a web page meant using a plugin like Flash, QuickTime, or RealPlayer. There was no standards-compliant way to embed videos in a webpage.

The <video> tag eliminated all those worries. It offered developers an opportunity to embed videos directly to their web pages. However, the <video> tag also brought developers face to face with the issue codecs ‐ a challenge from which plugins and third party services had previously shielded them.

As HTML5 becomes widespread, <video> tag will most likely become more common place. This article  will tell you how to use it to embed videos in HTML5, how to handle different video formats, and what do to about browsers which don’t understand the <video> tag.
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XHTML (Extensible HyperText Markup Language) is an XML mark up language that extends HTML.

Why XHTML when HTML is already there?

HTML is derived from SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language) and it evolved to be too flexible. The motivation to create a XHTML was to make a more restrictive markup language that conforms to XML.This will allow standard XML parsers to parse XHTML.
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Do you want a local webserver with all the required software – Apache webserver, MySql database, PHP and more – for free? Use it for testing websites, or for learning PHP, Perl or Ruby or just for fun!.
The thing is, you can run it all on your laptop and carry it wherever you go.
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