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20 HTML Best Practices You Should Follow Most of the web pages you encounter is presented to you via HTML, the world wide web’s markup language. In this article, I will share with you 20 best practices that will lead to clean and correct markup. 1. Always Declare a Doctype

20 HTML Best Practices You Should Follow

I could say that HTML has come a long way since its first standard specification, HTML 2.0, was published in 1995. I would like to say that – but it wouldn’t be true. It only took another four years for the next specification to be published – HTML 4.01, in 1999 – and here we are, eight years later, with no significant advances having been made since then. But maybe that’s a good thing. HTML or XHTML: Does it Really Matter? HTML or XHTML: Does it Really Matter?
HTML 4 Elements
Structure of an HTML 4 Document Elements and Tags Elements are the structures that describe parts of an HTML document. For example, the P element represents a paragraph while the EM element gives emphasized content. An element has three parts: a start tag, content, and an end tag. Structure of an HTML 4 Document
REC-html40-19980424 W3C Recommendation, revised on 24-Apr-1998 This version: HTML 4.0 Specification HTML 4.0 Specification
Best Way - HTML 4.0 Tutorial Best Way - HTML 4.0 Tutorial Now you've got two style sheets set up, you need to determine which rules the printable style sheet will contain. Generally, users print pages because they want a copy of the main text on the page--the article, the order confirmation, etc. They don't need all the navigational elements or menus--links are useless on a printed page, after all--and in the vast majority of cases they don't need any images, either. To get rid of those, simply use the CSS \"display: none\" rule.