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Twitter Tutorial
Twitter Tutorial
This twitter tutorial page is designed for entry level twitter users, or folks who have never used twitter before. It will cover the basics of signing up, grabbing an easy to use interface, and much of the lingo and basic functionality of twitter. For advanced coding using the twitter API, or specific niche marketing techniques you'll need to refer to other sources.
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XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Document Structure and Head Level Tags
XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Document Structure and Head Level Tags
A collection of 22 FAQs/tutorials tips on XHTML document structure and head level elements. Clear answers are provided with tutorial exercises on XHTML DTD specifications and the root element; the head and body elements; head level elements like title, meta, base, script, link, and style; description and keywords meta elements.
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HTML Background
HTML Background
The background attribute allows you to place image or picture on background of your page. The background is most commonly used attribute of , element. When background tag within body tag it repeat the image to fill whole web page background.It’s a good practice to use small size images because huge size image take time to load.
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Where to Find the Perfect Niche To Make My Own Website
Where to Find the Perfect Niche To Make My Own Website
The biggest error that most newcomers to Internet marketing make is to find their product first and then seek a market for it.
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Forms. Can’t live with them. Can’t live without them.
Forms. Can’t live with them. Can’t live without them.
The first part of a series of articles that are meant to provide valuable insides no how to develop web forms, what options are there, how to properly code a form and to validate it.
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