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What is the difference between .htm and .html files?

Difference between .html and .htm files

These is no difference between .html and .htm files, except the file extensions. The two can be used interchangeably without any problems. The three letter file extension is a remnant of the old days. [more...]

What is an HTML editor?

What is an HTML editor?

What is an HTML editor and what is its use? Definition and download links to free HTML editors for Windows operating system. [more...]

Learn HTML online – Making HTML Work

Learn HTML online - Making HTML Work

Learn HTML online - Making HTML Work [more...]

Meta Tags – HTML Meta tags – Keyword – Refresh – Redirect

Meta Tags - HTML Meta tags - Keyword - Refresh - Redirect

Meta Tags - HTML Meta tags - Keyword - Refresh - Redirect [more...]

HTML image map – Image Maps part 2

HTML image map – Image Maps part 2

HTML image map - Image Maps part 2 [more...]

Client Side Image Map – Image Maps part 1

Client Side Image Map – Image Maps part 1

Client Side Image Map - Image Maps part 1 [more...]

HTML form code – HTML Forms part 3

HTML form code - HTML Forms part 3

HTML form code - HTML Forms part 3 [more...]

HTML form – forms in HTML part 2

HTML form - forms in HTML part 2

HTML form - forms in HTML part 2 [more...]

HTML form tutorial – HTML Forms part 1

HTML form tutorial - HTML Forms part 1

HTML form tutorial - HTML Forms part 1 [more...]

HTML frames – Inline Frames

HTML frames - Inline Frames

HTML frames - Inline Frames [more...]

HTML links – Target attribute of anchor tag

HTML links - Target attribute of anchor tag

HTML links - Target attribute of anchor tag [more...]

Web page frames – Frames part 6

Web page frames – Frames part 6

Web page frames - Frames part 6 [more...]

Web designer vs. web developer

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How do I view a deleted web page?
Is there a way to view a deleted web page - one that is no longer available? Yes there is and the solution is quite simple. [more...]

Fact

Credit for creating the modern computer mouse with an optical encoder, single ball and two buttons goes to Jean-Daniel Nicoud of the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne in Switzerland. This was a major improvement over original computer mouse created by Douglas Engelbart. Jean-Daniel Nicoud was assisted by André Guignard during the design process. The "Guignard mouse" was ready in 1977 and picked up by Logitech who saw the potential in the device. In 1980s, they started to get the computer peripheral manufactured from another Swiss company, Dubois Depraz SA. With the proliferation of GUI-based operating systems, the mouse soon became extremely popular. By the end of 2008, Logitech announced that they had sold 1 billion of these. [more...]

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