Learn more about HTML by reading up on these informative articles, tutorials, and code snippets on Orangeable.
Links have been around since the dawn of the internet. This article explores sending custom SMS messages using simple HTML links.
Learn how to create Jump links in HTML, allowing you to jump to specific parts of a web page without a page request.
HTML input types provide some of the most complex and powerful functionality available on the web. This article cover all of them.
Discover the importance of web accessibility and tools you can use to make your website readable and useable by anyone.
This article will teach you the basics of HTML, page structure, and how to create a simple website in just ten minutes.
Learn how to comment in HTML, how comments are used, and why they're important.
The DOCTYPE declaration is the first entry that should appear at the top of all HTML documents to meet current web standards.
Instruct browsers to force-download files using anchor links in HTML with the download attribute.
With HTML mailto links, you can send direct messages, carbon copy, blind carbon copy, and edit the subject line and message body.
Learn how to create color using color codes in HTML, both RGB and hexadecimal, with a table referencing all the color names.
A quick tutorial to teach you how to create lines with SVG in HTML.
A quick tutorial to teach you how to create ellipses with SVG in HTML.
A quick tutorial to teach you how to create circles with SVG in HTML.
A quick tutorial to teach you how to create rectangles with SVG in HTML.
A quick tutorial to teach you how to create polygons with SVG in HTML.
A quick tutorial to teach you how to create polylines with SVG in HTML.
This article will teach you how to create an autocomplete feature with the HTML5 datalist tag.
Learn how to create a details element with a summary heading and additional content you can toggle on and off using HTML.
Adding Twitter Cards to your website can help you establish and present your brand to millions of potential viewers and customers.
Create HTML tables to arrange data in the form of text, images, links, and more into a presentable two-dimensional grid layout.