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HTML From Scratch. 7:3 Meta tags

Sunday, August 7th, 2011

We already used a meta tag in the head of our html code: <meta charset=”UTF-8″> Meta tags add extra information in the head of the html, for use by the browser or by web crawlers. The attribute name can take any value, so the following are all valid: <meta name=”author” content=”Fred Bloggs”> <meta name=”favourites” content=”chocolate, […]

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HTML From Scratch. 3:1 HTML Attributes

Friday, August 5th, 2011

For links for this lesson (the W3C online validator) see separate sheet.┬áresources HTML elements can take various attribute and value pairs, which tell the browser something extra about how to display the element, or give more information which can be used by web crawlers (Googlebot et al) or assistive devices such as screen readers. We […]

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