Learn how to use images as patterns on the background of your CANVAS elements.
Including the trailing slash at the end of a URL is one way to help speed up links on your site, but this seemingly minor issue gets many people upset. Find out why you might or might not include the trailing slash at the end of your URLs.
Quizzes can help get your customers excited to use your site, but they can be difficult to create by hand. These free tools will help you create quizzes on your blog or website. And best of all, they are free.
Domain leasing is a way to get access to high-quality premium domains without spending as much money. This article by Adam Paddock of GoForThe.com will help you learn more about domain leasing and how it works.
It's possible for any business owner to go out to a template website and buy a template for just a few dollars. So why should they want to hire you as a web designer? Find outwhat things web designers can offer customers that a template factory cannot.
One sure way to begin to understand XML is to examine the XML specification. But it can be somewhat confusing. This article looks at some of the terms used in the XML specification and explains how to get started with XML.
Quizzes are a great way to generate interactivity on your website, but they can cause problems too. Before you go out and set up a ton of quizzes on your website, you should know what this can mean for your site.
This is a tutorial to help kids learn HTML. This article teaches kids how to create tables to present information more effectively.
This is a tutorial for kids to learn HTML. On this page you'll learn all about HTML tags and HTML elements and how to make your content stand out on a web page.
This is a tutorial to help kids learn HTML. This page discusses how to create ordered, unordered, and definition lists on web pages.
After your kids understand the basics of HTML, they should get a tool to write it. This article by Jon Morin will help kids find some free tools to write HTML and get started actually writing it.
A glossary of jargon terms used in the HTML and XML industry
This is part of a series of articles designed to teach kids how to build web pages. The first place kids should start when learning to build web pages is with HTML. This article will help kids learn what HTML is and get them ready to use it.
Many freelancers blame their lack of work on everything but themselves. This article examines some of the reasons freelancers might be sabotaging their work.
Learn how to use CSS with iframes. You can style both the iframe itself or the contents within it. This article explains how to use CSS to style iframes.
Learn how easy it is to use microformats in your web pages by embedding a vCard into your contact page. This article will take you step-by-step through how to add vCard microformats to your contact page.
Use CSS style elements to change the backgrounds of your Web pages and elements within them. Set up things like watermarks quickly and easily.
Once you start understanding how useful design patterns are it can be tempting to use them for everything. But as with all technology moderation is more effective than over-doing it. This article explains why to use design patterns and when to use them.
Not all browsers support CSS the same, but there are some tricks to make your pages look the same even in different browsers.
One of the more confusing aspects of building Kindle ebooks is the file sizes. You will find conflicting information all over the net about how big your cover images should be, how big your images should be, even the cover image has dozens of different sizes reported. In this article you'll learn what Amazon says about file sizes, recommendations for images, and cover image file sizes.
There are specific formats that all blogs share, the About Web Design/HTML blog is no exception. Whether you want to learn more about weblogs in general or the Web Design/HTML blog in particular, this article delves into the anatomy of a Weblog.
Many websites use advertising to earn money, and advertising usually pays by the pageview or the click. And if your site isn't getting the pageviews you won't get any advertising revenue. This article will help you increase your pageviews so that your on-site advertising will yield more money.
When you have a lot of web pages and articles it can be very tempting to add links to them when ever you write other documents. But too many links on any given page can make your pages look spammy and annoy your readers. And things that annoy readers often result in lower seo rankings as well. Learn how many links to include on a web page.
Even if your book is 100% text with no images, there is one image you should always have—the cover image. This image is used to market your book, and books that don't have cover image don't sell well, or really at all. Learn how to add a cover image and some of the important aspects of your cover image.