Let’s start with the basics. For those of you who aren’t familiar with a Favicon, it is a short term used for “Favorite Icon”. A Favicon is basically the shortcut icon, website icon, bookmark icon or tab icon for a website. It is just a file associated with a website or webpage that contains one or more small icons about 16 x 16 pixels in size.
The commercial media industry is undergoing a major transition as content providers move away from proprietary web plug-in based delivery mechanisms (such as Flash or Silverlight), and replace them with unified plug-in free video players that are based on HTML5 specifications and commercial media encoding capabilities. Browsers are moving away from plug-ins as well, as Chrome is with NPAPI and Microsoft Edge is with ActiveX, and toward more secure extension models.
WordPress tags are pivotal to the organization methodology of the platform. Some sites get by with using categories only, but for most, categories and tags are like bread and butter—an inseparable team that helps make content manageable, tidy, and easy to find for readers.
Adobe Flash looks to be on a greased slope out of the web, with a raft of opinion · pieces somewhat belatedly backing up Steve Jobs 2010 prescient "thoughts on flash".
It is quite possible now for most people to un-install Flash and never look back: major video streaming sites have settled on alternatives, I doubt anyone wants to keep flash around to allow for richer banner ads. Flash has an annoying but persistent niche in enabling "copy to clipboard" web page functionality (a convenience), and if a financial institution requires Flash you should switch, immediately.
Let's say there are rumblings from the deep (read: early Editor's Drafts of potential future web tech specifications) that demonstrate some potential future code syntax. Say that syntax looks pretty awesome and we want it to be useable right now. That the idea behind some preprocessing these days.
IIf you are a beginner web developer this article is perfect for you. It will help you gain valuable knowledge and make your work a lot easier. In this article we have collected the best CSS3 tutorials we could find.
The truth is that development has a lot to do with both design and programming. They're not mutually exclusive. Trying to divide them in a cage match over who owns the term is as useless as Santa Cruz and Huntington Beach fighting over Surf City,
In the days of yore, everything was sized in pixels because that was the only choice we had. Things have moved on. We can now choose between pixels, ems, and the recently introduced rems (and a bunch of others that aren’t often used in web design). The differences between them are considerable, and each has its benefits and shortcomings. In this article, we’re going to take a look at what each unit does and when it’s appropriate to use it.
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