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HTML Spanish

Below is the html code for writing spanish in HTML code. Each symbol has five lines of code only for this demonstration. Normally, just type the HTML code (the second line of each symbol below). Character / HTML / Windows / Macintosh / Description Now if you need help with English to Spanish translation try… Continue reading HTML Spanish

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Displaying Code in a Blog

Even though I have created several websites over the past ten years I never did have a reason to display code until I recently. On http://www.multimediadesigns.net I just typed before the code and after the code. But that doesn't work very well on WordPress. I came across some helpful informaton and decided to share it.… Continue reading Displaying Code in a Blog

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No Follow Links

Quit Following Me! This is how the HTML markup for an ordinary link might look: This is how the link would look after the nofollow attribute has been added, with the attribute portion shown in bold Reference: http://blog.searchenginewatch.com/050118-204728 If Google sees nofollow as part of a link, it will: NOT follow through to that page.… Continue reading No Follow Links

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Add RSS to your Website

How to add RSS to your Website If you want to take content that is somewhere else and “embed” it into your web page you can do this with an RSS feed. Step 1: Locate the content you want to copy. In my case, I chose to copy from ThinkGeek.com. I then went to Google… Continue reading Add RSS to your Website

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HTML Special Characters

Awe, the things your HTML instructor forgot to teach you in college……….. I never even thought about needing this information until I started working for a large corporation that has patents, trademarks, registered trademarks and copyrights almost everything. So for those of you new to HTML, here is a quick reference to those useful symbols.… Continue reading HTML Special Characters