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Hypertext Markup Language, or HTML for short, is a programming language most commonly used to develop websites and offline applications, such as manuals. Though the initial intent of the language was to exchange information from a small network of computers, it is now most often used to share information and allow engagement in online activities throughout a network with an increasing number of host computers. Questions about the development of applications and pages through HTML belong in this category.

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How do you get rid of default-homepage-network.com newspynotice.html?

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Run Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Run the anti spyware removal programs spybot Run Superantispyware Run a complete scan with free curing utility Dr.Web CureIt! First run spy-bot s&D. Then adaware. Uninstall all toolbars. Download google tool bar. Go to start, run, reg edit. Search for TSCASh or any other program left and delete the results. I had the same issue on my wife's system and this is how I solved it. I tried every pest, spyware, and virus scanner around and none detected or fixed this issue. This is what you need to do: 1) Make sure Internet Explorer is closed. 2) Back up your Windows registry. To do this, click on Start, Run, then type "regedit" and click OK. You are now in your windows registry editor. Now, at the top of your screen click "Registry" and then "Export Registry File". Make sure to select the Export Range radio button that says "All". Name and save the file to your desktop. This may take a while to complete, so be patient. 3) After the registry backup is complete, navigate through the registry to the "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main" branch on the left side of the window and look for the "Search Bar" Key on the right side of the window. Double-click on the "Search Bar" key and change the value to "http://g.msn.com/0SEENUS/SAOS01" (without the quotation marks) and click OK. Now close the Registry Editor. What this did is change your Search Toolbar built into Internet Explorer back to the default. 4) Now, find the Internet Explorer icon on your desktop. Right-click on the icon and select "Properties." Click the "Programs" tab and click "Reset Web Settings". A Reset Web Settings dialogue box will appear. Make sure the box is checked that reads "Also reset my home page" and then click "Yes". Next, click on the "Advanced". Click on the "Restore Defaults" button. Then click "OK" at the bottom of this window. 5) You should now be able to open Internet Explorer and your home page will be set to msn.com. Click on the Search button in Internet Explorer and you should see the standard search bar with a Microsoft Corporation copyright at the bottom. 6) Sit back, relax, and curse those bad, bad, people that do these things to our machines.....
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When was HTML formalized?

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An idea for it started in 1989, a first browser and set of tags for it in 1990. Over the the next few years it extended and different tags were added. HTML 2.0, the first standard version, did not come out until 1995.
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What does the main content of a webpage belongs inside?

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The main content of a web page normally resides between the <body> and </body> HTML tags.
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Is the body tag required for all HTML documents?

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Technically it should be included, but many browsers assume its existence if it isn't there. (if i recall correctly) If you want to stay compliant with the W3C specifications, however, you must have a body tag. It must be the only body tag in the page, it must be a direct child of the HTML tag, and it must be preceded by 1 and only 1 HEAD tag.
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Can you use HTML in your answer?

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You can use some basic HTML in the body of an answer. For example, you can use B for bold and the UL/LI tags for lists. To add a link, you'll need to use the Related Links sections. (Please do not link to anything commercial unless it is directly related to answering a question.) See the related link below for more information about formatting friendus.
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What is the difference between a and h2 tag?

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<h2> is a Heading and is the second biggest heading. An <a> is an Anchor or a link. The H2 tag is used to display text in larger sizes like headings in a web page whereas the anchor tag is used to provide links to other web pages from within our web page
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Using FrontPage how do you get a form to submit to email and reset to the original values via one button?

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* First of all, you have to inset a new form, Insert>Form. Then, add all the information you need to the form (inputs, text box, check box, etc.) see the HTML code and where it says POST you ofcourse have to direct it to the process page, it can be php or asp as the most known. don't ever try if you don't know what i mean by the process page. actually all this staff with forms requiered an extra programming language which can be php or asp. If you do know, then just add all the items text box etc.. between* I would definitely agree with the answer of PHP and ASP process pages. You must make a process page that will do both at the same time (or in order that you wish) it was easy to just post "mailto:email@email.com" back before security came out hard. I still use perl scripts as a form handler on all my customers pages. it works and you can apply CSS styles to them... Please note that FrontPage is an obsolete product and was discontinued in 2003. A common complaint regarding it is that it generates bloated and incomprehensible HTML code. You should use a better editor.
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How do you change the font type in a Tumblr POST?

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You can't change the font in your Tumblr post because it comes with theme itself. You would have to change your theme to get the different options with the fonts that you like.
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How do you create drop down menus with mouse events using JavaScript?

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That would be very complicated to write yourself. Use a prewritten script: http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&q=javascript+dhtml+drop+down+menu But Javascript dropdown menus and flash menus are really annoying. They are inefficient. They won't work for users of text-only browsers, cell phone browsers, or aural browsers (text-to-speach browsers used by blind people). They aren't search engine friendly. They don't match standards for the GUI of the client's OS. Just don't use them. -DJ Craig Javascript is usually used with html(hyper-text markup lang.). type: onmouseover(:dropdown=true:)onmouseout(:dropdown=false:) *** Another solution would to use a powerful javascript plugin called "jQuery". It's a free resource, and allows you to do incredible things with JavaScript with very little code or experiance. For instance, to create a simple dropdown menu, you would just give an element an ID that you want to use.. for instance <a id="menuPop" href="#">PopMeDown!</a>, with another hidden DIV that is position absolutle below the anchor that has an id like <div id="popMeDown" style="display: none;">Stuff In Menu Here</div>. And then your jQuery would be this simple: $('#menuPop').bind('mouseenter', function(e){ $('#popMeDown').slideDown(); }); $('#menuPop').bind('mouseleave', function(e){ $('#popMeDown').slideUp(); }); It's super easy to create things like this with jQuery, check this out: http://docs.jquery.com/Events/bind - Caleb Convina Web Design and Hosting
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What is www and HTML?

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WWW stands for World Wide Web. HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language which is a basic web code, these files usually end in .html or .htm
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Why are there different versions of HTML?

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it think the versions are HTML 1.0 HTML 2.0 HTML 3.0 HTML 3.2 HTML 4.01 xhtml 1.0 and now HTML 5 The different versions are used to characterize changes in the HTML itself. With new features and new tags come new versions. In the modern web, (HTML 4+) the versions are also the basis for laying out standards that describe the function of the HTML and how the browsers are supposed to display it. For instance, prior to HTML 2.0, there were no images available in HTML. If you're interested, the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) is in charge of keeping the current HTML and XHTML standards. You can find the specific changes in versions on their website.
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In a certain code monkey is written as xdjmnl how is tiger written in that code?

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The answer is QDFHS..... step 1: reverse the word 'tiger' i.e. 'regit'. step 2: replace each letter to its previous letter i.e 'qdfhs' step 3: cross check with the words given ( 'yeknom'- 'lnmjdx')
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What is the difference between HTML and DHTML?

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HTML is static. It's simply a particular way of display information. An HTML page, much like a printed page, cannot respond to the user in any way. A DHTML page uses JavaScript to dynamically respond to the user's interactions. (The "D" in DHTML stands for "dynamic") When a DHTML page is more appropriate, than it is the logical choice. But in a situation where DHTML doesn't seem necessary, the extra effort of creating dynamic features may be a distraction to the user. DHTML is the combination of HTML with JavaScript to make a page more interactive. Dynamic HTML is a collective term for a combination of new Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) tags and options, that will let you create Web pages more animated and more responsive to user interaction than previous versions of HTML. Much of dynamic HTML is specified in HTML 4.0. Simple examples of dynamic HTML pages would include (1) having the color of a text heading change when a user passes a mouse over it or (2) allowing a user to "drag and drop" an image to another place on a Web page. Dynamic HTML can allow Web documents to look and act like desktop applications or multimedia productions. The features that constitute dynamic HTML are included in Netscape Communications' latest Web browser, Navigator 4.0 (part of Netscape's Communicator suite), and by Microsoft's browser, Internet Explorer 4.0. While HTML 4.0 is supported by both Netscape and Microsoft browsers, some additional capabilities are supported by only one of the browsers. The biggest obstacle to the use of dynamic HTML is that, since many users are still using older browsers, a Web site must create two versions of each site and serve the pages appropriate to each user's browser version. Both Netscape and Microsoft support an object-oriented view of a Web page and its elements Cascading style sheets and the layering of content Programming that can address all or most page elements. Each page element (division or section, heading, paragraph, image, list, and so forth) is viewed as an "object." (Microsoft calls this the "Dynamic HTML Object Model." Netscape calls it the "HTML Object Model." W3C calls it the "Document Object Model.") For example, each heading on a page can be named, given attributes of text style and color, and addressed by name in a small progam or "script" included on the page. This heading or any other element on the page can be changed as the result of a specified event such a mouse passing over or being clicked or a time elapsing. Or an image can be moved from one place to another by "dragging and dropping" the image object with the mouse. (These event possibilities can be viewed as the reaction capabilities of the element or object.) Any change takes place immediately (since all variations of all elements or objects have been sent as part of the same page from the Web server that sent the page). Thus, variations can be thought of as different properties of the object. Not only can element variations change text wording or color, but everything contained within a heading object can be replaced with new content that includes different or additional HTML as well as different text. Microsoft calls this the "Text Range technology." Style Sheets and Layering A describes the default style characteristics (including the page layout and font type style and size for text elements such as headings and body text) of a document or a portion of a document. For Web pages, a style sheet also describes the default background color or image, hypertext link colors, and possibly the content of page. Style sheets help ensure consistency across all or a group of pages in a document or a Web site. Dynamic HTML includes the capability to specify style sheets in a "cascading style sheet" fashion (that is, linking to or specifying different style sheets or style statements with predefined levels of precedence within the same or a set of related pages). As the result of user interaction, a new style sheet can be made applicable and result in a change of appearance of the Web page. You can have multiple layers of style sheet within a page, a style sheet within a style sheet within a style sheet. A new style sheet may only vary one element from the style sheet above it. Layering is the use of alternate style sheets or other approaches to vary the content of a page by providing content layers that can overlay (and replace or superimpose on) existing content sections. Layers can be programmed to appear as part of a timed presentation or as the result of user interaction. In Internet Explorer 4.0, Microsoft implements layers through style sheets. Netscape supports the style sheet approach but also offers a new HTML ... tag set (that Microsoft does not support). Both approaches are being considered by the W3C Working Committee and both companies say they will support whatever W3C decides will be the recommended approach. Programming Although JavaScript, Java applet, and ActiveX controls were present in previous levels of Web pages, dynamic HTML implies an increased amount of programming in Web pages since more elements of a page can be addressed by a program. Netscape includes dynamic fonts as part of dynamic HTML. This feature of Netscape's Navigator browser in its Communicator suite lets Web page designers include font files containing specific font styles, sizes, and colors as part of a Web page and to have the fonts downloaded with the page. That is, the font choice no longer is dependent on what the browser provides.
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What does HTML consist many types of?

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HTML consists of many types of elements.
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Are HTML applications statefull or stateless?

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Stateless, by default. HTML's parent protocol, HTTP, is a idempotent, stateless protocol. However, we have means using Javascript, PHP, Perl, Ruby, ASP, etc. to add a state an application. But, using only HTML, it's not possible.
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What is the function of XML tags?

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the function of xml tags is to display to web browser kind of applications, such as html, but with tags which one you wanna to type.
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How many different heading sizes are there?

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In HTML there are 6 heading sizes: h1 h2 h3 h4 h5 h6 "h1" is defining the most important heading and "h6" - the less important one. Size of each heading is best defined by CSS styles, for instance: h1 { font-size: 24px; } h2 { font-size: 18px; }
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What is the HTML code for a picture?

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HTML Code for Images [image_source] src is short for 'source.' If your image was in a directory called 'images' with a filename of screenshot.jpg, you would replace [image_location] with images/screenshot.jpg [hover_text] This is an optional attribute that displays text when a user puts his or her cursor over the image. [alternate_text] This is also optional. If a user has images turned of through their web browser settings, this text is what shows up in place of the image. So when it's all said and done, it should look like this (remove the spaces before "img" and after the "/"): < img src="[image_source]" title="[hover_text]" alt="[alternate_text]" / > Height and width attributes are also available for images, but it's best not to use them, as that will force the image to be a certain size, which can lead to distortion of the image. If you need an image to be a certain size, best practice is to edit the image directly in an image editing program (Photoshop, The Gimp, etc.) if you are able to do so. <img src="file.format" height=? width=?> HTML Image Link Code: <a href="URL"><img src="images/image.(gif,png,bmp,jpg></a> For more about HTML, see the related links.
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What character does every tag in HTML start with?

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Every HTML tag starts with a less-than sign, as shown below. <
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The p tag is generally equivalent to how many br tags?

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Generally two! P stands for paragraph so it automatically gives you a line break.
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How do you run HTML notpad code?

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To "run" HTML code, you simply need to open it using a web browser. This can be done by placing the file on the server and pointing the browser to it, or you can use the native "Open File..." command in the browser itself. If you want to learn HTML you can visit one of the websites in the related links.
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Which attribute specifies the submit URL in a form tag in HTML?

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Use the "action" attribute of a FORM element to specify the URI of the form processor.

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