The Accordion

Accordions are a very tidy way to include a lot of information that is only visible if the visitor chooses to click or tap the title bar (search engines will index accordion text regardless). Typically these are used for Frequently Asked Questions. You can add as many accordion items per block as you require, and each accordion item can hold any amount of text, responsive images, videos or forms etc. The width of the block is dependant upon where on the page you place it.

Pictures can be links and can have captions like this HTML stands for Hypertext Mark-up Language, and XHTML is short for eXtensible Hypertext Mark-up Language.

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Since the HTML mark-up language was first created in 1991, the World Wide Web has expanded and evolved far more than was ever envisaged by its creator, Tim Berners-Lee. Website designers have pushed HTML to its limits and beyond, and even though the language was extended three times, it soon became apparent that a more flexible and robust mark-up language was called for. The new standard needed to allow for semantic instead of just presentational mark-up, to enforce stricter discipline in its deployment, and to enable developers to work more efficiently with the vast amounts of data that modern websites and web applications were required to handle. I want to book this room

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Thus, in 1998, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) came up with XML: an efficient new language with far greater power and flexibility than HTML. The following year, the W3C released HTML4 but also set about recreating HTML as an XML application and thus in 2000 they released XHTML. In 2010, Microsoft had still not enabled Internet Explorer to parse XHTML files in the correct manner, so Explorer handled the code as if it were HTML, but the web developer community was hopeful that Microsoft would get its act together. Sadly that day never came! Event Dates and Prices

More recently HTML has been updated to HTML5, which includes many new syntactic features such as elements to handle multimedia and graphical content without plug-ins. Other new elements were designed to enrich the semantic content of documents, whilst others enable the integration of Scalable Vector Graphics. With the mainstream adoption of HTML5 and CSS3, and support for these standards by most of the latest browsers, so website design and construction is reaching new heights despite Microsoft's attempts to keep the web in the dark ages.

Tabs

The Tabs Block is yet another smart way to present lots of information in a tidy fashion. You have four styles of tabs to choose from: plain, shaded (as shown below), or each of two branding colours. The tabs can look like tabs (shown below) or pills (buttons), and can be aligned across the top or down the left or right. As with the Accordion, each tab item can hold any type of content, and its width is dependant upon its location.

There is something deeply wholesome about Italian cuisine, and the process of creating dishes full of market-fresh seasonal ingredients is especially satisfying; particularly as so many Italian dishes are simple and quick to make.

Of course, as with any task, if you have the right utensils at hand then time spent in the kitchen is even more enjoyable. Before starting out though, it's well worth thinking carefully about the utensils you will need. To help decide what to choose, divide the utensils into two main categories: preparation of ingredients and cooking the food. Food preparation begins with a Chef's knife; consider quality and practicality above all else. Products endorsed by leading chefs provide a good bench-mark, as is a long guarantee of a knife's performance.

A six-inch long, sharp, stainless or carbon steel blade with a non-slip handle is a good start as it will serve you well for cutting, slicing and chopping, then choose a paring knife for smaller tasks. Don't forget an equally good serrated knife for slicing bread. Fresh garlic is essential to Italian dishes and a cast aluminium press will process garlic cloves to a puree without the need to first peel the cloves, reducing waste. Alternatively, use a nonporous mortar and pestle, a tradition in itself. The grinding action required gently releases the fragrant oils in fresh basil for pesto sauce, for example, that would otherwise be savaged in an electric grinder. Click here to learn more about using a mortar and pestle.

Pictures can be links and can have captions like this HTML stands for Hypertext Mark-up Language, and XHTML is short for eXtensible Hypertext Mark-up Language.

  • List item one
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Since the HTML mark-up language was first created in 1991, the World Wide Web has expanded and evolved far more than was ever envisaged by its creator, Tim Berners-Lee. Website designers have pushed HTML to its limits and beyond, and even though the language was extended three times, it soon became apparent that a more flexible and robust mark-up language was called for. The new standard needed to allow for semantic instead of just presentational mark-up, to enforce stricter discipline in its deployment, and to enable developers to work more efficiently with the vast amounts of data that modern websites and web applications were required to handle. I want to book this room

Current best practice with regards to navigation for touch-devices dictates that one tap on a menu item should open up the choices available, if applicable, and another should hide them. A touch-enabled device has no idea where your finger is when not tapping, so the ‘hover’ action of moving a mouse cursor over an element is meaningless. Apple get round this by making the first tap on a link the equivalent of a ‘hover’ and the second a ‘click’, but different vendors treat this in different ways so this is not a consistent solution - hence the new best-practice used by Site System.