Letter Anatomy

Letter Anatomy
There is a standard set of terms to describe the parts of a character. These terms, and the parts of the letter they represent, are often referred to as "letter anatomy" or "typeface anatomy." By breaking down letters into parts, a designer can better understand how type is created and altered and how to use it effectively.


HTML 5 is a new version of HTML 4.01 and XHTML 1.0 addressing many of the issues of those specifications while at the same time enhancing (X)HTML to more adequately address Web applications. Besides defining a markup language that can be written in both HTML (HTML5) and XML (XHTML5) it also defines many APIs that form the basis of the Web architecture. These APIs are known to some as "DOM Level 0" and have never been documented. Yet they are extremely important for browser vendors to support existing Web content and for authors to be able to build Web applications.

W3C & W3C Validation

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is the main international standards organization for the World Wide Web (abbreviated WWW or W3). It was founded and is headed by Sir Tim Berners-Lee in October 1994.
Document Type Declaration
The DTD to which the DOCTYPE refers contains machine-readable grammar specifying the permitted and prohibited content for a document conforming to such a DTD. This is placed at the beginning of sources to determine which rendering mode to use:
e.g. For HTML 4.01

Search Engine Optimization

Search Engine Optimization, or simply known as SEO by Internet professionals, has changed dramatically over just the last 2-3 years.A few years ago, it was for the must part sufficient to incorporate a well optimize title tag and have a few relevant search terms(aka keywords) in the meta tags to get a top 10 ranking at various search engines. Those days are long gone, and in my estimation, over 75% of webmasters still hold to the nation that Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is all about tweaking title and meta tags.


XHTML 1.0 is a reformulation of HTML 4.0. What this really means is that learning XHTML is basically the same as learning HTML. The main difference is a few simple rules - as XHTML is more strict than standard HTML.
Basic rules

Website and its need

With the development in the internet and its users now the website is becoming a very important tool for every business houses and even for a people who want to keep its existence in this internet world. In these last few years there are many changes and many new challenges in this field. Now the people have started getting more information about the business using in the internet.

Web design and Designing Process

Increase in the number of the website in the internet have increase the challenge to create a website which will be standout and with all the required information that will make the website to be visible to its viewers and informative to till the requirement of the users. So certain process is required so that the website will meet the requirement of the current views.