HTML : Adding Link to Images

A common practice on web is using images for hyperlinks. It is easy. Instead of wrapping text in <a></a> tags, wrap the <img/> tag in them. There is one slight problem; internet explorer and Firefox place a blue border around the image. This makes sense, the image is a hyperlink – your browser wants to notify the reader of this fact. But most of the times, the border appears aesthetically out of the place. Removing the border is really simple. If you are happy to use any deprecated tags, then you are free…Read more

HTML Basics: Images

In the previous article we have discussed about the image optimization to make efficient use of images in HTML web pages. This article is about the other areas associated with the uses of images in HTML web pages. So let’s start with the addition of images in our web pages. Img tag The “img” tag is used to insert images in the HTML web pages. This element has several attributes. We would be discussing specifically about the src attribute, the height attribute, the width attribute and the alt attribute. The deprecated align attribute would be discussed…Read more

HTML Basics : Images and Web Pages

Images are crucial part of a website. So it’s important to discuss about the use of images in your web page. In this article we would be discussing about some common areas that are associated with the use of images in a web page. Image optimisation These days, when high speed internet is accessible from every place imaginable, image optimisation is not really that important. But just to clear fundamentals and to get along with some basic conventions image optimisation is discussed here. Remember the following five points and you will do fine…Read more

HTML Basics: Anchors and Targets

“Target” is one of the attributes for the anchor tag. The target attribute specifies where to open the resource linked by an anchor element. Attributes of an anchor element that is <a>..</a> are explained below: _blank: if blank is used, the corresponding resource is opened in a new window or a new tab.  _parent: when using parent, the resource is opened in the parent frame. _self: self is used to tell the browser to open the resource in the same frame. _top: to make the browser open the new resource in the same…Read more

HTML Basics: Hyperlinks

Hyperlinks are the foundations of the World Wide Web. Hyperlink can be defined a location in the resource that has the address of or it points to another resource or another location in the same resource. With the help of URLs, a browser comes to know where it has to go when you click on a particular link. A URL is nothing but an address that identifies a location in the resource or the resource itself. These resources can be images, videos or other web pages. When a web page is loaded in…Read more

HTML Basics: Text Layout Tags

          The web mostly contains web pages that primarily comprise text. You can think of web pages as printed magazines containing a blend of text and photos. Thus formatting web pages is the task of formatting the text. Before you add any eye catching graphics to your web pages, there are some obvious formatting tasks that you would have to do. The text must be broken into paragraphs each section having a heading, long quotations must be set apart from rest, shorter quotations needs to be enclosed in quotes,…Read more

HTML Basics: Attributes in HTML

HTML attributes are the additional information provided in a HTML element. They are always specified in the starting or opening tag. Attributes are specified using name value pairs i.e., <opening tag attribute_name=”value”>. In this tutorial, we are going to see some commonly used attributes in HTML. Attributes in HTML Perhaps, the most common type of HTML attribute that you would be encountering most frequently is the “href” attribute. The “href” attribute is used to create hyperlinks in the web page. A hyperlink is the most common way of navigation or a medium of…Read more

HTML Basics: Fundamental Tags and Elements

HTML Basics: In this tutorial we are going to study about the fundamental tags and elements. These tags are the building blocks of any web page. To create and try your web pages you need the following two utilities or software: Text editor such as Notepad for Windows Web Browser such as Firefox or Internet Explorer   Your First HTML web page Let’s start by creating a simple web page in HTML. Open the Notepad (or any text editor) and type the following code in it. <HTML> <BODY> <TITLE> First HTML web page…Read more

HTML : Hey, Thanks to Markup Language

Introduction to HTML: Creating your own website may seem a daunting task especially if you are a beginner without having much of technical knowledge. But hold on. It’s much easier than you might think. Although there are many moderate to advance software and tools are available that claims to build a website within minutes, but it’s unlikely that you won’t find a term “HTML” in their lexicon. So it’s a very good idea to get a good hold on HTML in order to create your website efficiently. HTML stands for Hyper Text Mark-up…Read more

Do you know about Collaborative Filtering?

The concept of collaborative filtering (CF) is one of the processes of removing impurity or scanning words or information using multiple techniques. This technique have large collaborative among many spy and data sources, etc. The collaborative filtering (CF) can be defined in other words as the ordinary web technique for creating or construing personalized suggestions. The best example of this is Amazon, LastFM, and Netflix. The uses of CF include very huge data sets or in shorts it uses large data. Collaborative filtering (CF) methods is useful in various application which mainly included…Read more