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Web Standards, Semantic Markup and Cross-Browser Compatibility

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I have been in the web design field for over eight years of my life now, and only recently has the importance of web semantics presented itself to me. If you have ever cruised around the blogosphere, or the teen blogging realm of the internet, you may have seen things like "Valid XHTML" and/or "Valid CSS". These terms are applied when a web developer takes accessability and following web standards into consideration. At the forefront of validation and web semantics is w3.org, or the World Wide Web Consortium. This website recommends using valid, semantic markup to ensure cross-browser compatibility, as well as the accessibility factor of websites. W3C does not, however, create these rules and standards. That is the job of ISO, the International Organization for Standardization. Let's say that…
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5 Simple tips to follow for Normal Delivery

5 Simple tips to follow for Normal Delivery

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A lot of things are changing in the recent times. We are living in a time where the natural and simple things seem complex and confusing. We are not wondering as to how fruits are genetically altered, but our jaws drop when we see a person looking after his own garden. I can stack this page with a lot of similar examples. The same is the case with pregnancy. Earlier people used to wonder if the issue wasn’t a normal delivery, but these days issues in pregnancy have become quite common, and technology in the field of medicine has gone to the extent of finding alternative treatments instead of finding means to uproot such issues. But still, we haven’t lost hope. Certain health care tips can prevent a pregnant woman…
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How to Hire Professional PR Help

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Do you need high quality and expensive PR help? Or do you need something basic, because most of the work you can on your own? These are some of the question you need to ask yourself before you go and solicit help from PR companies. Here is a list of dos and don't's you can follow while selecting PR help: Do use an agency if you feel like you need some real professional help and have the budget to do get some PR help. Do consider using an agency if you spend more than $3000 a month on PR ventures. This money will go a long way with a professional PR company. You will really be getting your money's worth while saving you time to do other things. Do not…
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5 Health tips that all Pregnant Women should know

5 Health tips that all Pregnant Women should know

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Food is a major factor that determines the health of a woman when she is pregnant. Pregnant women are more than often advised to have an eye on their eating habits as it can have an impact on both mother and the baby. What the child has to receive is sent through the mother's umbilical cord, and it is important that a woman doubly ensures what she is about to consume especially during her pregnancy. In case if you are expecting your baby and came here looking for some tips, then you are at the right place. These are the 5 simple things that you should have in mind during your pregnancy. Make a list of what you shouldn’t eat: A pregnant woman should always have a list of do’s…
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What Do Lions Eat?

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Lions are carnivores They eat many different kinds of animals, known as prey. Lions can eat a lot! Male lions eat an average of 7 kg of food per day and lionesses eat 4.5 kg. Both can eat up to 15% of their body weight during just one meal. For a male, that's the same as 70 cans of cat food! Lions are known to be greedy and hunt animals even when they are not hungry. When a lion tucks into a juicy zebra and another animal comes near, he often forgets that it will be killed in his zeal to catch more food.Lions can't run very fast. With a top speed of 60 kilometers per hour, they are quite slow compared to the 97 km / h of a…
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Where Do Snow Leopards Live?

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Snow leopards have evolved to live in the harshest conditions on earth. They scale the large, steep slopes of mountains in Central Asia with ease, blending into the landscape. But these majestic and elusive cats face many threats, including habitat loss and degradation from climate change and human encroachment, retaliatory killings due to human-animal conflict, reduced prey, and poaching. WWF is working to reduce human-wildlife conflict, increase anti-poaching efforts, and protect fragile snow leopard habitat. Here's a look at what you should know about the species: Where do snow leopards live? Snow leopards live in a vast area in the high mountains of northern and central Asia, including the Himalayan region. In the Himalayas, snow leopards live in high alpine areas, usually above the tree line and up to 18,000…
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Where Do Lions Live?

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Lion (Panthera leo), large, powerfully built cat (family Felidae), second only to the tiger. The proverbial "king of beasts," the lion has been one of the most famous wild animals since earliest times. Lions are most active at night and live in a variety of habitats, but prefer grassland, savanna, dense scrub and open forest. Historically, they ranged throughout much of Europe, Asia, and Africa, but are now found primarily in parts of sub-Saharan Africa. An isolated population of about 650 Asiatic lions forms a somewhat smaller breed that lives under strict protection in India's Gir National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary. The lion is a well-muscled cat with a long body, large head and short legs. Size and appearance vary considerably between the sexes. The prominent feature of the male…
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How Fast Are Cheetahs

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Cheetahs-the fastest land mammals in the world-are incredible creatures. They can reach speeds of up to 70 mph and swim (although they don't like it). The cheetahs' name derives from the Hindi word "chita," which means "spotted.''These large cats, while fearsome, do not have the ability to roar like a lion, but they can emit what is known as a chirrup, perhaps the sweetest sound you will ever hear a lethal cat make. Cheetahs are an endangered species These cats are not endangered-not yet. But they are vulnerable. In fact, their numbers in the wild are so low (they numbered about 7,100 in 2016) that people involved in species conservation are pushing for them to be declared endangered.National Geographic reported that cheetah numbers "could drop another 53 percent in the…
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Where Do Leopards Live?

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Leopards are large and graceful cats, known for the beautiful pattern on their fur. Leopards are usually considered African animals, but they also live on other continents.In this AnimalWised article, we will explain where leopards live. We will also talk more about leopards and their natural habitat and distribution. Keep reading to learn more! All about LeopardsThe leopard, scientifically known as Panthera pardus, is a member of the Felidae family. In other words, it belongs to the cat family. Compared to its cousins, the tiger, jaguar and lion, the leopard is the smallest of all big cats.There are 9 recognized leopard subspecies. They are the following: African leopardIndian leopardJavan leopardArabian leopardPersian leopardAmur leopardIndochina leopardSri Lanka leopard What do leopard subspecies have in common?As we said above, there are nine different…
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Day Care Scares, and Parents Worse Nightmares

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Do we as parents really know what's going on behind doors at our child's day care? Even if we hand selected the facility, trusted the owners, loved the teachers, appreciated the fact they have room to room monitors. Do we still know what is happening with our children?Let's face it, in this day and time we all have to work. We can barely make it with one income, so both parents have to work. Or it could be we are a single parent and have to work. We have to place our child where the hours are readily available to our work hours. Some place also that can transport to and from school if needed. Day Care, Child Care, Learning Center, Romp and Play. We may hear these names many…
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