Why should you use the rel="nofollow" tag ? The rel=nofollow isn’t a real meta tag but more of a html description. It is often used on blogs, forums and guestbooks. But it is also possible to use it in your website if you don’t want certain links (intern or extern) to be followed and as …
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Everything you always wanted to know about touch icons
Touch icons” are the favicons of mobile devices and tablets. Adding them to your web page is easy, and I’m sure you already know how this works using HTML:
HTML5 section/header/aside/article tags
Actually, you are quite right when it comes to header/footer. Here is some basic information on how each of the major HTML5 tags can/should be used (I suggest reading the full source linked at the bottom):
HTML5 Boilerplate Docs
DNS Prefetching In short, DNS Prefetching is a method of informing the browser of domain names referenced on a site so that the client can resolve the DNS for those hosts, cache them, and when it comes time to use them, have a faster turn around on the request.
HTML reset structure
Html reset structure default
How can I execute PHP code on my existing myfile.html page?
When a web page is accessed, the server checks the extension to know how to handle the page. Generally speaking if it sees a .htm or .html file, it sends it right to the browser because it doesn’t have anything to process on the server. If it sees a .php extension (or .shtml, or .asp, …
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