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.
A list of the common sound files and their MIME types for use in embedding sound in Web pages.
Learn how to control the stacking order of your positioned elements with the CSS property: z-index. Positioning elements with CSS can sometimes result in elements overlapping one another. With z-index you can control what element displays on top, in the middle, and on the bottom.
How wide should you design your pages. The correct answer is that it depends, but this article will provide you with some tips and tricks for how to determine a good width for your pages.
Getting a page to the web hosting provider can be somewhat challenging for a beginner, but then trying to figure out where that page is going to show up on the web can be even worse. Learn how to figure out what the URL of a web page will be once you've uploaded it.
Learn how to use various techniques to detect mobile devices and send them a style sheet written for them or to a completely different Web page.
Learn how to open a link in a new window. Using the target command from frames can open the link in a new window.
Learn how to open a link in a new window. But first, you should think about the issues that there are with doing that. Learn how to use scripting or frames to open a new window, and what to consider before you do.
Learn the different spacing tags in HTML and how to use them correctly.
Learn how to use the meta refresh tag to reload a page, or force your readers to a new page. This article also explains some of the drawbacks to this tag and what you can use instead.
The SPAN and DIV tags are extremely useful with CSS style sheets to layout and manage your pages. Learn how these two tags work and how you can use them on your site.
CSS is the best way to center anything on your web page. Learn how to center text, images, and anything else on your web pages.
WAI-ARIA is a specification for writing accessible web pages and applications. This article explains what WAI-ARIA is and how you can get started using it.
The image tag is used a lot on web pages, but there are attributes of it that many people ignore. Learn the IMG tag attributes including changes in the HTML5 specification to the IMG tag.
How to get a web page address (URL) that isn't too long, and is memorable.
Learn how to use special characters in your Web pages to display more than just what's on the keyboard. HTML codes allow you to put non-standard characters in Web pages.
An overview of some of the changes that Google has made to how content is evaluated and how sites are ranked in the search engine. Panda and Penguin and the page layout algorithm all had an impact on what sites show up first in the results, and this article helps explain what they did and how content creators can improve their sites.
There are hundreds of meta tags that you can use on a web page, but you might be surprised at the ones that I rely on every day. They are not generally the ones that most people think of. This article will help you understand what meta tags you should be using, how to use them, and why.
Before CSS there were font tags to style the typography on a Web page, but now CSS allows you to separate how your fonts look from the actual text of the page, providing powerful tools for Web typography.
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.