Meta tags are used by website owners to specify metadata in HTML documents. The coded information integrates with web browsers and search engine crawlers to enhance the searchability of a website. But which meta elements are actually required by user agents to improve processing? And how can you use metadata to boost your website’s ranking in the search results?
Java doesn’t play a big role when it comes to simple web development, although the programming language has still maintained a strong appeal. The language, which is no longer supported by browsers, has established itself as an efficient solution finding tool, especially when designing backends for business applications. The Spring framework contains various modules that serve as a basis for [...]
In times of content management systems and website construction kits, you might think it’s a waste of time learning HTML. But if a page doesn’t work for some reason or if you plan to install dynamic elements, you won’t be able to continue without having knowledge of this web language. In our detailed HTML tutorial, we introduce you to the basic features of the markup language, including numerous [...]
Spam robots, so-called harvesters, consistently search the internet for email addresses that can be used for unlawful advertising, phishing emails, and spreading viruses, worms, and Trojans. You’re recommended to have your contact details on your website, but how do you stop them from being misused? This article gives you advice on how to protect your email address.
Welcome to the digital age: every day the average American spends hours looking at smartphone screens and PC monitors. But most still lack even a basic understanding on how the programs affecting their everyday life work. If you think you may fit into this demographic, don’t worry: thanks to online courses, videos tutorials, and supportive internet communities, it’s never been easier to learn [...]
Have you ever heard of cross-site scripting (XSS)? This is when unauthorized users take advantage of security gaps in internet browsers and on web servers to plant malware and run it anonymously. But what lies behind these attacks and how can website operators and users protect themselves?
Microdata offers a simple and flexible meta syntax for semantically tagging website content. Using a unified markup format according to Schema.org ensures high compatibility with web browsers and search engine crawlers. Reap the benefits of extending search results, like rich snippets or breadcrumbs, by tagging your HTML code with Schema.org microdata syntax.