Mon, 17 November 2014
Cascading Style Sheets are a bit of a tricky beast in HTML. Given this fact, I wanted to dedicate an entire section to just this topic.
Let’s start with the basics, shall we?
What are Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)?
Well, we’ve already talked a little bit about HTML formatting tags (like
Cascading Style Sheets actually exist as a completely separate file to your HTML code.
Tue, 4 November 2014
In this HTML tutorial I would like to introduce two concepts to you:
Currently as of the date this was published, web browsers are (mostly) supporting HTML 5. HTML has gone through several versions and variations over it’s lifetime, and because of this it’s highly suggested that you include something called a DOCTYPE. The purpose of a DOCTYPE is to tell the web browsers what version of HTML you are using on any given webpage. The benefit of telling the web-browser what version of HTML you are using is that you save it from having to “guess”, which can often lead to strange behavior.