HTML, WordPress and website content IV:

When it comes to managing web page visible content then above all we should be interested in the HTML elements that are found inside the <body> element. Here are some relevant ones with the most commonly used attributes:

Element tag

<h1> … <h6>
Defines HTML headings.
style, alt, title

Defines a paragraph, this tag is…

HTML, WordPress and website content III: HTML Attributes

All the HTML elements can use attributes. HTML attributes are added inside the opening tag after the tag name and they are separated from each other and from tag name by a space. Attributes provide additional information about an element. 

Attribute usually consists of attribute name and attribute value(s). Values of one attribute are closed with quotation marks and separated from eac…

HTML, WordPress and website content II: HTML Elements

HTML elements are the building blocks of HTML pages. They usually consist of a start tag (opening tag) and end tag (closing tag), with the content inserted in between.

HTML tags are element names surrounded by angle brackets and you don’t see them in the browser window. Their purpose is to determine how the document is displayed in the browser. For that different attributes are added after…

HTML, WordPress and website content I: Introduction to HTML

HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is the standard markup language for creating Web pages.
It helps us to tell the web browser what, where and how we want to see on the screen.

HTML enables to format text and connect it by links with different objects (images, sounds, videos, programms, css-files (layout files), pdf-files, etc) and other Web pages.

Every content page on the website is a text…

Estonian Exporters Losing Millions Online

Back in 2005 I wrote a post about website credibility – its an area close to my (professional) heart.

Estonian exporters who have English language content on their websites need to pay close attention to a recent article on BBC which reported that poor spelling is a serious problem for the online economy and comments that “a single spelling mistake can cut online sales in half.”

I would go…

Stakeholder Centric Websites

A successful website is one that focuses on the needs and desires of all the organisation’s stakeholders and not just the primary one (usually the sales prospect)

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