Intermediate HTML / XHTML Tutorials
How Do You Use Tabs in Web Pages?
Whitespace characters like tabs can be hard to use in Web pages because the browsers collapse them by default. What situations do you need to use tabs, and have to settle for the non-breaking space or other whitespace techniques?
Thoughts on HTML Email
HTML email is misleading because most email clients send email as HTML by default - in fact in many clients you have to specify if you want the email to be sent as plain text. But most people assume that HTML email means that they open up their HTML editor, design a page, and then send that as email. While that can be done, it's not common to do it that way.
Frames may seem difficult, but this basic tutorial will get you started.
How to Open a Link in a New Window: Things to Think About
Learn how to open a link in a new window. But first, think about these 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 use this technology.
Super-Size Your Graphics to Create Visual Impact - About Desktop Publi
Using images to create visual impact on your pages is important. And if you take one image and make it extra large, it can have even more of an impact.
Even if you use a WYSIWYG editor to write your Web pages, it can be a good idea to look at the code once in a while. If you need to pass along your HTML to another developer, you should make sure that it is easy to read and review.
Tabs in HTML - Using Tabs in HTML - Using the Tab Character in Web Pages
Using a tab character in HTML can be tricky, as Web browsers don't recognize tabs as anything different from other whitespace characters like space and return. This quick tip will explain how you can get the effect of a tab character on your pages.
Writing HTML for newsletters is difficult because there are so many different email clients and all of them are wildly different in what HTML and CSS they support. Learn some techniques for creating HTML newsletters.