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  1. Hi anyone, I was looking for a possibility to link to a .html file wich defines everythin what I want to put into the <head> tags. Just like linking to a stylesheet. Just to avoid adaptation in each file, when something changes in the head. If I could link to a file that describes the "head" I would only need to chang it in one file. Basically the same idea as for stylesheets actually. Does anybody have a good practice here?
  2. I have been looking all over the w3schools.com website and other sites referring to it in an attempt to find info about requesting permission for referencing their content. The About page below does suggest that explicit permission from Refsnes Data is required to do so, and I have been trying very hard to find contact information or an online form that will allow me to make that request. I am planning to create a collection of web development tutorial videos for non-commercial use, and I am hoping to reference the w3schools.com website throughout my lessons, as it is a fantastic resource that helps people to help themselves. I am also likely to have screenshots on my website (either from the videos or of the w3schools site itself). Is anyone able to provide info on where to go for this permission? Thank you.
  3. My suggestion is to add HTML DOM element object outerHTML attribute for the JavaScript reference. It seems that most, if not all, the browsers support this attribute. In addition, it is important and basic attribute that new JavaScript developers should know about.
  4. Claritas

    HTML a rel

    http://www.w3schools.com/tags/att_a_rel.asp What does it mean to be selection between documents? (Next, Prev) How can we imagine a tag link? (Tag)
  5. I was reading the reference (http://www.w3schools.com/tags/att_a_media.asp) and I've got a few question. - What is the difference between width and device-width and when are we using them? - What is the difference between aspect-ratio and device-aspect-ratio and when are we using them? - What is the difference between bits per color and number of colors and when are we using them? - What is a monochrome frame buffer, scanning method and grid or bitmap? Thanks for the anwers.
  6. I love the way W3Schools provides "Browser Support" information for HTML and CSS references! That feature has been invaluable as the development projects I'm on move to HTML 5. The move to HTML 5 is also including a better focus on Web Content Accessibility. Over the last year or so I've started to wish that you had a similar support feature with respect to Screen Readers. I know that this gets complicated very quickly due to the fact that most screen readers operate on particular OS's, and in conjunction with whatever browser (and browser version) the user prefers, but still a very basic matrix could be very useful. Some suggested Screen Reader + OS + Browser combinations: JAWS on Windows 7 with Chrome NVDA on Windows 7 with IE11 JAWS on Window 8 with IE11 JAWS on Windows 10 with Edge VoiceOver on Apple OSX with Safari VoiceOver on Apple OSX with Chrome VoiceOver on iOS with Safari TalkBack on Android 5.0 with Chrome I generated my list by choosing the most popular OS's, browsers and Screen Readers (I'll cite my sources if that becomes an issue). My list is obviously lacking any mention of Firefox which should probably be squeezed in somewhere. Do a few, do them all, add in whatever other configurations you happen to test - any additional info you could add would be great! I know this is a huge wishlist item, but it would assist many people in making better choices for producing web content that is accessible across the broadest range of technology.
  7. hi there, i got a prob with finding refence for attributes. perhaps im not looking right, or missing things. i started looking for div attributes, finding on w3s this: - The <div> tag also supports the Global Attributes in HTML. - The <div> tag also supports the Event Attributes in HTML. i also checkt this site: http://www.w3.org/TR/html401/struct/global.html#edef-DIV at 7.5.4 there is it about the div now, i got this: (and it works just fine) <!doctype html> <html> <head> <title>my first website</title> <style type="text/css"> #myfirstdiv {border:2px solid red; width:100px; position:absolute; top:200px; left:100px;} </style> </head> <body> <div id="myfirstdiv">hello there!</div> </body> </html> i figure, this are examples of attributes: top, left, position, border, width (thats what i think at least..) but i dont see those above on the reference links. do i interpret something wrong? regards, R
  8. Hi W3Schools - Team, One Month ago, I decided to create my own homepage. During my studies at w3schools.com I sit in front of my laptop and read, change window, type, change window, read, change window, type... After one day I wish to have all references as pdf-document for printing, but I can't found anyone. So my suggestion:All refernces as PDF-document for printing.
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