Tag Archives: html

Vertically aligning HTML

Vertically centering HTML always seems more difficult than one would expect given how easy it is to horizontally centre text. It would follow that with vertical-align: middle; vertical alignment would be just as easy via CSS. Alas, centring vertically invariably … Continue reading

Twitter Cards

Twitter Cards are meta data added to webpage that tell Twitter information about the page’s content. Twitter uses this information when a Tweet links to your page, which enriches the tweet. The information is typically shown when the user clicks … Continue reading

Google Authorship

People’s faces have been appearing more and more in Google search results, looking something like this: This comes about by people claiming authorship of their own pages and linking them to their Google Plus accounts. There are lots of reasons why … Continue reading

Using fonts on the web

The fonts available when a web page is rendered in a web browser depend on which fonts are installed on the user’s system. While a user can install more fonts, it is the fonts that come as default for an … Continue reading

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