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How web pages working on-line and many more information

Have you ever wondered how a Web page works? Have you ever wanted to create your own Web page, complete with titles and text and graphic icons? Have you ever heard the word “HTML” and wondered what it means? If so, then read on…
In this article, we will look at the art and science of Web pages and experiment with a number of techniques that you can try out on your own machine today. We’ve even created a tool that lets you try out HTML and view it instantly. As it turns out, Web page creation is both incredibly easy and a lot of fun, and totally within your reach. By the time you finish reading this article, you will be ready to start assembling your own! source- hsw
Setting the Stage
At this moment, it is nearly guaranteed that:
You are sitting at your computer.
You are using a Web browser to read this page, and that browser could be Microsoft Internet Explorer, Fire-fox or maybe Netscape.
You want to learn how Web pages work, and perhaps learn the art of creating your own pages.
Because you are sitting at a computer, you have a Web browser and you possess the desire to learn, you have everything you need to get started. You can learn HTML and experiment with your Web browser to find out how to create any kind of Web page you can imagine. Read More


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A psychologist explains why changing your life isn’t as hard as you think

When Sheryl Sandberg’s husband died unexpectedly two years ago, she was devastated. In her new book Option B, coauthored with organizational psychologist Adam Grant, Sandberg recounts her process of discovering resilience in the face of loss and upheaval. The story of Sandberg—Facebook’s chief operating officer, a mother of two, and the author of Lean In—might…

via A psychologist explains why changing your life isn’t as hard as you think — Quartz

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Marriage in America is going out of style—unless you’re rich

Marriage rates are declining across the developed world, but not equally in every demographic. In the US, the institution is increasingly becoming the province of the well-off and better-educated: A story that can be told through the unromantic medium of tax receipts. By 2014 the share of the US adult population that was married had…

via Marriage in America is going out of style—unless you’re rich — Quartz