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HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is the predominant markup language used for creating web pages. In modern web pages, HTML is used to markup the contents of the website, while CSS and Javascript are used to define the styles and behaviors respectively.

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The main difference I could see would have to do with the .htaccess XHTML served as application/xhtml+xml instead of text/html, or vice versa IE isn't letting Javascript run locally or differently online I'm sure there is more, I just can't think of it right now. …
answered Oct 25 '10 by Eli Gundry
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Lifehacker's Texter is the only standalone one I know of. It's free, open source, and easy to use. Also, if you have a background in programming, AutoHotkey might be a viable option. Texter has a GUI …
answered Nov 22 '10 by Eli Gundry
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I guess it depends on who the client is. If it's for yourself, and you feel comfortable using straight HTML/CSS, by all means hand code it yourself. But if it's for a client, I'd go Wordpress … without having to know a lick of HTML. Furthermore, Wordpress gives the ability to easily add a blog to their site with minimal effort (huge selling point these days). Speed wise, a properly …
answered Nov 28 '10 by Eli Gundry
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They are using the @font-face technique. By using a variety of files and some pseudo browser detection they are able to serve font's consistently in all browsers. The use: True Type and WOFF for Web …
answered Nov 22 '10 by Eli Gundry