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HOW TO KEEP YOUR SITE ALIVE FROM A DENIAL OF SERVICE, FIND REMOTE JOBS, Women in the Media, FreeNode, Select an ISP, How the Freak do I make a Site? View my site through old browsers, Basic iPhone Styling CSS, Spread Sheet from Google, Give It Away Free Cycle, URL Submissions, Test Webpage on all Browsers, Gif Optimizers,Color RGB Values,Meta Tags, Smaller Graphics,Error Codes,Tech Vocabulary,Gif Animators,Cheapo Online Training, Bad Phone Line, Google Gadgets,Free Translation, Take Home Pay Calculator, Place Homeless Animals, Free Translation , Test Your Connection Speed, Prevent Spam from Blogs

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Permission to use music copyright, Spam, Design Resources, Sick of AOL's Browser,Who has been to your Site?, Quick intro to HTML, Update URL, Meta Tag Troubles, Free Redirect Service, Symbol Codes, What Does This word mean, Waves , Free Schlorship Search Program, Organize your Bookmarks, Flight Information, Internet Traffic Report, ISO Character Entities, DNS Reverse Lookup, DSL, Information Architect, Dave Central

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Tools for Creating an Interactive Infographic, Graphic/Web Design Techniques for a Starter, HTML 5 Templates, SEO TOOLS, Link Popularity, Who is linked to my site? Back Link Checker, HTML Validator, WC3 Validator, Search Engine Rank, Text Analyzer, Key Word Bids, Robot Agents, Backward Compatibility, Site Download Speed, Spider Bots See This, Predicted Page Rank, Rank Checker, Helpful Addresses, Hacker News, Free Email Address Directory, No Junkmail ! Scan Prints - No Moire -- Mobile Site Development Tips

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508 Compliance Confusion

 

TIP HTML5 CSS RUBY PHP PYTHON NODEJS CSV JSON JAVASCRIPT

If you are trying to connect to and search a database like MongoDB, Postgres or MySQL you will not be able to do so with HTML5 or CSS. As HTML is a markup language and CSS is a style sheet language. What you will need is a server side language such as Ruby, PHP, Python or NodeJS. If you have tabular data such as a CSV or JSON formatted data you can use a library such as d3js or plain JavaScript to build an JavaScript application to iterate and search through the data. To get your page to display responsively - from desktop browser to mobile phone use CSS media queries break points to get the site to display correctly.

Here is an example css media query:

@media only screen and (min-width: 320px) {       
  body{           
      background-color: blue;         
       }  
}    
   @media only screen and (min-width: 500px) {       
       body{           
           background-color: green;         
              }  
  }

You can read up about CSS media queries on Mozilla's article guide: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/Guide/CSS/Media_queries

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