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View Resource CAST Bobby: Web page accessibility utility

Bobby is an online HTML analysis service provided by the Center for Applied Special Technology. What makes this service unique? It has the function of helping to make HTML documents accessible to those with disabilities. For example, blind users with screen-reading software depend on ALT tags for images, and users unable to manipulate a pointing device may have difficulty using forms. When a URL...
View Resource HTML 4.0 Specification

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has released the HyperText Markup Language 4.0 specification as "a W3C recommendation. A W3C Recommendation indicates that a specification is stable, contributes to web interoperability, and has been reviewed by all W3C members, who are in favor of supporting its adoption by the industry." Also included is more information about the features of the...
View Resource HTML 4.0 in Netscape and Explorer

HTML 4.0 in Netscape and Explorer is an article written by Stephanos Piperoglou that appears in (discussed in the April 19, 1996 Scout Report). This article discusses the differences between Navigator 4.0 and Internet Explorer 4.0 implementation of the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) HTML 4.0 Specifications (discussed in the December 12, 1997 issue of the Scout Report). The...
View Resource XHTML 1.0: The Extensible HyperText Markup Language

On January 26, 2000, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) released the XHTML 1.0 specification as a W3C Recommendation. According to W3C, XHTML 1.0 "is the first step toward a modular and extensible Web based on XML," as it works in both current HTML browsers and XML-enabled tools. At the W3C site, users can read the full text of the specification or download it in several formats.
View Resource PDF to HTML Converter

If you're looking for a way to convert pdf files to html, this helpful application can do just that. Visitors just need to click the browse button here to locate the pdf that they wish to transfer. After doing this, they will supply their own email, and seconds later, they will have the converted file. This version is compatible with all operating systems.
View Resource Codeacademy

How does one learn how to code? It can be complicated, but Codeacademy lifts the veil on the mystery behind this important modern craft and skill. On the site, visitors can go ahead and get started by typing in their username. After this, visitors can click on the Learn area to find out more about programming for JavaScript, Python, Ruby, and jQuery. An area at the bottom of the main page links to...
View Resource Poll Code Screenshot

Are you a pollster? Would you like to be one? PollCode makes all of this quite simple. With this handy application, visitors can type in a poll question and up to 30 possible answers. Visitors can customize the poll with their own colors, font, and settings. After visitors have completed their poll, they can use the HTML code provided here to share their poll with others via social media networks...
View Resource Markdown Tutorial Screenshot

For those who find HTML to be excessively verbose, brittle to construct, and difficult to read, Markdown can provide a simpler alternative. In essence, it is a text-to-HTML conversion tool for web content writers that is modeled on well-written email so it is both easy to read and easy to write. Users considering a switch to Markdown (plugins exist to use Markdown for a variety of content...