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HTML, short for Hypertext Markup Language, is the predominant markup language for the creation of web pages. It provides a means to describe the structure of text-based information in a document by denoting certain text as headings, paragraphs, lists, and so on and to supplement that text with interactive forms, embedded images, and other objects.


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Creating Online Forms

Forms are used for all kinds of interactive purposes on the web. Forms allow users to select and purchase merchandise, to fill in surveys and questionnaires, to register for courses, to search for information on the web, and a long list of other actions. When we talk about the acces...


posted Jun 13, 2007

by WebAIM


Form Validation and Error Recovery

Form validation is the process of testing to ensure that end users enter necessary and properly formatted information into web forms. Error recovery is the process of guiding the user through fixing missing or improper information as detected by form validation. There are several meth...


posted Jun 13, 2007

by WebAIM


Use of Lists

HTML lists - <ul>, <ol>, and <dl> - also convey a hierarchical content structure. Each of these has rules regarding their use as well. ...


posted Jun 6, 2007

by WebAIM


Use of Headings

Despite the nature of the Web and the vast change in its role from a structural medium to a visual media, it is still important that Web content be designed with proper structure. With better support for Cascading Style Sheets in recent versions of Web browsers, developers can change the...


posted Jun 6, 2007

by WebAIM


History of HTML

The originators of HTML were scientists who wanted a standard means to share particle physics documents. They had little interest in the exact visual form of the document as seen on the computer screen. In fact,

posted Jun 5, 2007

by WebAIM


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