Michael Gearon

Conversion Rate Optimisation (CRO) Specialist

HTML

Comments in HTML

Using comments in the HTML document will not be visible in the user’s browser. It can be useful for revision histories, notes, or commenting out other tags.

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A Guide to HTML Tables

Tables have been used in the past (hopefully not still) to design the full layouts of websites. However using tables in this way is bad practice as accessibility tools such

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HTML5’s Input Type’s

In the previous post about Disabling Autocomplete, Autocapitalise  and Autocorrect we looked at how we can improve forms for mobile and desktop use. This post will look at input types, specifically the

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A Guide to Understanding the Favicon

The Favicon is sometimes an overlooked aspect to digital branding, yet this small opportunity is just another way to promote and reinforce your brand to your audience.  Although this is

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HTML Link hreflang

Introduced by Google in 2011, the hreflang tag specifies the language of the text in the linked document. This could be useful in websites that have more than one language for

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HTML(5) Download Attribute

An interesting and overlooked aspect of HTML5 is the new attributes to the link tag. The download attribute introduced in HTML5 can solve two issues; giving a downloadable document a sensible name when

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HTML Media Capture

What is Media Capture? Media Capture is currently a W3C Last Working Draft, it allows users the ability to access there camera, microphone or video camera to then either select

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