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Special Characters in HTML

Special Characters in HTML. Advertisements

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Stop Flash header from reloading on every page ============================= ============================= ============================= SWFObject: Javascript Flash Player detection and embed script JavaScript: Preloading Images ============================= Preload a Flash movie (SWF): Put the script below into the <head> part of your HTML: remember to change the (300,200) to your Flash movie’s size. <SCRIPT language=”JavaScript”> <!– pic1= new Image(300,200); pic1.src=”;; //–> </SCRIPT>

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Preloading Images With CSS

Cross-browser semi-transparent Div with opaque content View demo Download demo HTML: < div id= “column_1” class= “container” > <div class=”overlay”></div> <div class=”content”> <h2>Some Opaque Content</h2> </div> </div> CSS: body { background: #ff0000; color:#fff; } #column_1 { position: relative; float: left; width: 500px; /* remember to set a width */ } .overlay{ position: absolute; top: 0; /* These positions makes sure […]

HTML text over Flash SWF movie, or SWF movie with transparent background over HTML text

How to make a Flash SWF movie with transparent background? To make the Flash movie floating on other elements of the HTML page, you need to use the div layers. A div layer is like a window inside a window, which lets you define an area inside your HTML page, and you can set […]

HTML ASCII Reference

The ASCII character-set is used to send information between computers on the Internet. The ASCII Character Set ASCII stands for the “American Standard Code for Information Interchange”.  It was designed in the early 60’s, as a standard character-set for computers and hardware devices like teleprinters and tapedrives. ASCII is a 7-bit character set containing 128 […]

Reserved Characters in HTML (HTML ISO-8859-1 Reference)

Some characters are reserved in HTML and XHTML. For example, you cannot use the greater than or less than signs within your text because the browser could mistake them for markup. HTML and XHTML processors must support the five special characters listed in the table below: Character Entity Number Entity Name Description “ “ &quot; […]