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Looking for a Job in the Web Design Industry?...
web design jobs, web design employment, web development jobs
Are You Using one of the Top Free HTML Editors...
If you’re looking for a free HTML editor for Macintosh you will find the best ones on this list. There are both text and WYSIWYG editors available and these are great if you don’t want to spend money on your HTML editor.
Web Editors Should be Free - Find the Best for...
If you’re looking for a free HTML editor for Windows you will find the 10 best ones on this list. There are both text and WYSIWYG editors available and these are great if you don't want to spend money on your HTML editor.
How to Build a Website in 7 Simple Steps
Learn how to build a website in 7 steps. Building a website can be a challenging proposition, but there are only 7 things you need to do to get your website up and running.
Centering with CSS is as Easy As 1, 2, 3
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.
How to Make Things Fade In and Out with CSS3
Learn how to use CSS3 properties to create fading effects on your images, buttons and more.
How to Write SEO Friendly Content
Search engine optimization or SEO is all about what words are on your page. If you don't have the words, you can't optimize for that term in a search engine. So writing content becomes very important if you're going to optimize for search engine keywords.
How Using Multiple CSS Classes Offers More...
One of the more useful tricks with CSS is the fact that with modern browsers you can use multiple CSS classes on one element to add styles as you need them. Learn how easy it is to add multiple classes to elements.
HTML Codes - Special Characters - ASCII Table
HTML codes to put ASCII special characters on your web pages.
The 20 Cheapest SSL Certificates
SSL certificates are generaly fairly expensive, but there are some less expensive options, and if you want your customers to be secure on your site, using an SSL certificate that is signed by a reputable certificate authority is important.
How to Style Iframes With CSS
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.
How to Add Tabs to HTML Pages
Using a tab character in HTML can be tricky, as web browsers don't recognize tabs as anything different from other white space characters like space and return. This quick tip will explain how you can get the effect of a tab character on your pages.
What is the index.html Page?
The index.html pages are the default pages for your directories. This tutorial explains how to use them.
Understanding the !important property in CSS
An explanation of the !important property as used in CSS or Cascading Style Sheets
Why You Should Try Komodo Edit
Komodo Edit is the open source edition of Komodo IDE. It is not as powerful as the full IDE, but it is very easy to use for developers who are familiar with typing in their HTML manually. It offers the features you need without a lot of extras. This is my favorite editor. Read more about Komodo Edit including where to download it for free.
Want to Know the Difference between Web Design...
Many people use the terms web design and web development interchangeably, but in reality they are different paths on the web professional job spectrum. A web designer has a different skill set than a web developer and often these two jobs have very different responsibilities. If you are applying for a job as a web designer or web developer, you should be aware of the differences so that you don't apply for a job you're not qualified for.
10 Critical Skills Every Web Designer Should Have
Web designer job skills list. These are the skills that you should have in order to be a Web designer or Web developer.
All MIME Types Listed by Content Type
You use MIME types to define the type of link, object, and script and style elements. This is a list of the different MIME type definitions you can use in order by the content they define.
How Does a URL Really Work?
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.
How to Use CSS to Make Ugly HR Tags Look...
Learn how to use CSS to style the HR tag. One way to divide sections of your HTML is with the HR tag. But it can be really ugly if you don't style it.
How to Create a Background Image that Scales to...
Learn how to use the CSS3 property browser-size to add background images to your designs that scale to fit the window, whether the window is small or large.
Contrasting Foreground and Background Colors -...
Contrasting Foreground and Background Colors Visualize How the Colors Display Contrast is an important
The Easy Way to Add a PDF to Your Website
Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) is a great way to display documents that need to be printable, but might be too complex for a Web page. Learn how easy it is to include a PDF file on your site.
How to Make Your Website More Content Rich by...
Once you've built an RSS feed for your website, you'll want to connect it to the site with a link tag. It's best if you link the RSS off every page of your site, but you can also link it from just one or two pages - for instance, the pages that most make sense for that feed.
10 Tips for Creating a Web Page People Will...
Ten helpful tips for creating better, more useful web pages.
How Much Should a Web Design Cost?
There are a lot of variables to consider when coming up with a budget for your new website (or for a redesign). Learn what to consider in determining your budget for a website design.
CSS Vendor Prefixes
Learn why CSS vendor prefixes are important and why you should use them. CSS vendor prefixes or browser prefixes allow you to add advanced CSS to your pages and get support in the most browsers.
Need to Set the Height of an Element to 100%?...
When you set a relative height on an element, it doesn't always change the height. For example, you might want a layout element to take up the full height of the browser window, but if you make this simple mistake, the height will only be as long as the text inside it. Find out why.
How To Restart an Apache Web Server
If your Linux Apache Web server is started, you can stop and restart it with just a couple of steps.
How to Use CSS to Float Images to the Left of...
It's easy to float an image to the left using the float property in CSS.
Tips for Using HTML Comment Tags
Learn how easy it is to write comments in your HTML so that you can follow what the code is doing later.
How To View the HTML Source in Google Chrome
Viewing the HTML source is one of the easiest ways to learn how someone did something on a web page. And imitation of HTML source is a great way to learn HTML. This how to shows how to view the source in Chrome.
Got an HTTP Error Code? Here's What It Means
The HTTP status codes are messages that the server returns when processing a request for a Web document. These messages include the standard 404 error message for a page not found through more obscure messages like 101 Switching protocols. This document explains the various error messages.
A Quick Guide to Using CSS for Wrapping Text...
Using CSS or basic HTML you can place your images on a page and then wrap the text around them. This tutorial explains how easy it is to wrap text around a photo or image.
Meet the 6 Best Tools for PDF to HTML Conversion
If you have a PDF document that you want to put on a web page, you can post it to the web as a PDF, but sometimes you want it to be a real HTML web page. These PDF to HTML converters will help.
How To View the HTML Source in Safari
Viewing the HTML source is one of the easiest ways to learn how someone did something on a web page. And imitation of HTML source is a great way to learn HTML. This how to shows how to view the source in Safari.
PHP Tricks: How to Force a File Download
Use PHP and the Content-disposition HTTP header to force files to download that would normally open in the Web browser.
What is a CSS Inline Style?
Once you understand what a CSS style property is, you'll want to apply them to your pages. One way to do that is to style the exact element with an inline style.
How to Add Comments in CSS
Add comments to your Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to make them easier to maintain.
A Beginner's Guide to Creating Mailto Links for...
Mailto links are an easy way to connect your customers to your website. This article explains how to build mailto links.
What CSS Is (Cascading Style Sheets)
Before you can use Cascading Style Sheets, you need to understand what they are and what they are for.
RGB to Hexadecimal Color Codes Chart
RGB to Hexadecimal Color Codes Chart Convert RGB to hexadecimal using this conversion chart This table
Here's the Difference Between CSS2 and CSS3
CSS3 offers a bunch of new features that haven\'t been available in CSS2 and before, but it can be hard to quantify exactly what those differences are because the biggest change to CSS3 is that it has been cut up into a bunch of new recommendations, rather than being one big one. This article will help you understand some of the new changes to CSS3 and how it compares to CSS2.
HTML Codes You Can Use in Facebook Notes
Facebook notes allow you to put HTML on your Facebook page. But you can't use every HTML tag out there. Find out what HTML tags work in Facebook notes, and how you can use them in your notes. Learn how to use HTML in your Facebook Notes.
How to Build Email Links On Your Web Site
Learn how to use the mailto command to write email links on your Web pages.
Knowing When to Use Absolute Positioning Versus...
Positioning elements with CSS can be very challenging, as there is more to it than just tacking elements to the page. One of the most confusing parts is the concept of absolute and relative positioning and why you need this propery to achieve CSS positioning.
10 Free WYSIWYG Web Editors for Windows
The most useful and usable free WYSIWYG HTML editors for Windows
Visual Color Symbolism Chart by Culture
Visual Color Symbolism Chart by Culture What Different Colors Mean in Different Cultures By Jennifer
95 SEO Tips and Tricks to Skyrocket Your...
Ninety-five things you should and should not be doing on your Web pages to make them rank higher in search engines. This list looks at more than just meta tags and the basics of SEO, so even if you've got some of the factors, you may not have everything. Scroll to the end of the list to look at the things you should never be doing, as well as the things you should always do at the top.
How to Insert a Link on Your Web Page
How to add links and images to your Web site - this page discusses how to add links and anchors and bookmarks
The 20 Ultimate HTML Editors for Linux and Unix...
If you’re looking for a free HTML editor for Linux or UNIX you will find the best ones on this list. There are both text and WYSIWYG editors available and these are great if you don’t want to spend money on your HTML editor.
How To Create a Download Link
Most of the time, when you link to something on a web page, the web browser will open it in the browser window. But there are ways to get the browser to start a download instead. This article gives you two ways to create a download link.
How to Protect Copyrights on the Web
Just because something is on the Web does not make it 'free' for copying. Copyright and intellectual property laws still apply.
Check Out Microsoft's WebMatrix Text Web Page...
Microsoft Microsoft WebMatrix is a tool to allow web developers to advance their knowledge of building full websites and web applications by making it easy to create a site and add features like blogs, ecommerce, galleries, wikis and more. At its heart it is a text HTML editor, but it can be extended fairly easily.
What's the Difference Between Absolute and...
Learn how to link to pages and images using full domains, absolute and relative paths.
Adding Search Functionality to Your Web Site
Once you have more than 10 pages on your Web site, you'll want to add search to the site. These tools can help you add search to your Web site for free.
How to Use the @import Rule in CSS
@import rules with cascading style sheets allows you to import external style sheets into your CSS
What You Should Know about Server Operating...
Choosing an operating system for your Web hosting provider used to be a much bigger deal. Now it's less important. But you should still try to find out what OS your provider uses, as there are significant differences.
How to Stretch a Background Image in a Web Page
Stretching a background image seems like something that would be fairly easy to do, but until CSS 3 properties are more widely supported, we have to use a workaround.
Make Things Fade In and Out with CSS3 - Examples
Make Things Fade In and Out with CSS3 Examples By Jennifer Kyrnin , About.com Guide No Fade In - Just
How to Detect Mobile Devices Hitting Your Web...
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.
Why Don't My Images Show on My Web Page?
Beginning Web designers often put images on their Web pages but when they view their pages online, the images do not display. There are several possible causes of this problem and several solutions.
How to Create Targeted Links in HTML IFrames...
When you add an iframe to your page or build a framset web page in HTML 4, you need to know where the links are going to open. The target attribute on links tells the browser where to open the link. This article will also teach you how to use target keywords _parent, _self, _top, and _blank to open links in specific locations.
A Web Design Guide to Creating 'MAILTO' Forms...
Getting forms to work is difficult, but the easiest way is with a simple mailto form that connects an email address to the form action.
HTML Codes - Special Characters for French -...
HTML codes to put French characters on your Web page.
How to Add a Google Map to Your Webpage with an...
Learn how to add a Google map or several maps to your web page with markers to help your customers find your location. The first step is to get a Google Maps API key.
How to Group CSS Selectors Into 1 Style Property
Grouping CSS selectors allows you to style multiple elements with the same look and feel without needing to add additional attributes like IDs or classes to your HTML.
What is Web Design?
An introduction to the basics of web design and the various aspects of web design. Learn what web design is.
HTML 101: How to Use the Meta Refresh Tag
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.
A Quick Reference to File Extensions, MIME...
A list of MIME types by the file extension.
How to Edit HTML in Mac OS X TextEdit App
If you open an HTML document in TextEdit, it will open it as an RTF file and give you a WYSIWYG editor to work with. But if you want to edit the HTML tags directly, you need to change your preferences so that you can see them.
Understanding Image Types and How to Use them...
When creating web graphics it's important that you use the correct format for the job. GIF, JPG, and PNG files each have different uses, and should be used for different types of graphics.
The 5 Best Tools to Convert HTML to PDF
These are 5 tools you can use to convert HTML pages to PDF files. There are online ones and offline, free, subscription, and paid services. Whether you need to convert one page to PDF or an entire website, there is a tool here you can use to convert your HTML to PDF files.
HTML Codes - Special Characters for Punctuation...
HTML codes to put Punctuation characters on your Web page.
How to Create a Rollover Image in Dreamweaver
It's easy to create a rollover image with Dreamweaver. This tutorial shows how to do it in Dreamweaver CS3, but the instructions are identical for Dreamweaver CS6, CS5, CS4, Dreamweaver MX, Dreamweaver MX 2004, and Dreamweaver 8.
Sample Page for Iframe
Sample Page for Iframe This is a simple page that is to be included in an iframe. This page has no styles
Everyone Loves <em>
The em element provides emphasis for the enclosed text.
How to Submit a Sitemap to Bing
Learn how easy it is to submit an XML sitemap to Bing. Once you've created an XML sitemap, you want to make sure that the search engines see it and index your site.
The Best Text and IDE Editor Apps (Windows,...
Aptana Studio is a powerful IDE that will help you write HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, and many other languages. It is best suited for web developers, but anyone interested in learning the code behind Rich Internet Applications would benefit from using Aptana.
How to Handle Whitespace in HTML
Adding spaces in HTML doesn't always result in spaces added to the web page. Learn how to add spaces in HTML that show up in your web designs.
Want to Make Glow Effects with CSS3? Here's How
CSS3 box shadows give you the ability to create outer glow effects that used to have to be done with Photoshop or another graphics program. This tutorial shows you how to create an outer glow on an element using CSS3 and no images.
How to Choose the Right Web Safe Fonts for Your...
If you change the font on your web pages, you need to make sure that at least one of them is a font on this list - a font that is found on most computers and operating systems. The best way to use these fonts is to use them in conjunction with the font you prefer.
How to Write HTML in Microsoft Notepad for...
You already have a great HTML editor built into your Windows operating system - Notepad. Learn how to use Notepad to write HTML.
Is .COM Really the Best Domain Name Extension?
Once you've chosen a domain name, you need to decide what top-level domain to use. Should it be a .com, .org, .net, .us or what? What are the advantages to .com versus .biz and so on. Which top-level domains (TLD) will help your company and which won't.
Use an Image as a Table Background in 6 Easy...
It's easy to set a background image on a table so that the table contents display above the image.
6 Pros and Cons to Mozilla Suite SeaMonkey
SeaMonkey is a text editor WYSIWYG editor for Windows Macintosh Linux or UNIX. It is best suited to Newcomers to Web Design.
The 10 Best Macintosh WYSIWYG Editors
WYSIWYG editors are HTML editors that attempt to display the Web page as it will show on the browser. They are visual editors, and you don’t manipulate the code directly. Some HTML WYSIWYG editors also include a text editor, while others are purely WYSIWYG. This is my list of the best HTML WYSIWYG editors for Macintosh.
The Best WYSIWYG Editors for Windows
WYSIWYG editors are HTML editors that attempt to display the Web page as it will show on the browser. They are visual editors, and you don’t manipulate the code directly. Some HTML WYSIWYG editors also include a text editor, while others are purely WYSIWYG.
How to Use 301 and 302 Redirects Correctly
When you use a server-level redirect you can indicate a 301 or 302 server code. But what code you choose makes a difference in how search engines see the redirect.
HTML Editors
HTML editors make it easy to write web pages. While it is possible to write a web page using just the text editor on your computer, most web designers find that it is much more efficient to use an HTML editor. HTML editors give you features that aren't usually available in plain text editors. And the About.com Web Design / HTML site has the most comprehensive list of HTML editors available. I have reviewed every HTML editor available for Windows, Macintosh, and Linux and evaluated them against a set of criteria valuable to web designers and web developers. If you're looking for an HTML editor, you've come to the right place.
Comparing Web Programming and Web Development...
Deciding to become a Web developer or programmer can be a hard decision. It\'s hard to know everything there is to know about a job before you start, but there are some questions you can answer that will help you deteremine if you have the right aptitude for being a Web developer or Web programmer.
Simple Ways to Center a Table Using CSS
Using CSS it's easy to center a table within the Web page.
HTML Codes - Special Characters for Currency -...
HTML codes to put currency characters on your Web page.
2xx HTTP Status Messages - Successful
The HTTP status messages in the 200 range are all sucsseful status messages.
What You Should Know about Using Signed and...
When you use SSL to create a secure, encrypted connection to your Web server you can use a signed certificate by a recognized certificate authority or you can sign the certificate yourself. There are only a few differences between each type of certificate, but they are critical ones.
Put Scripts in External JavaScript Files to...
Don't embed your javascript, instead use external javascript files to speed up the download of your Web pages.
How to Send HTML Email
Learn how to use some popular email clients to send HTML email. Most modern email clients support both sending and receiving HTML email.
How to Play a Sound When Someone Clicks
One way to make your web pages more interesting is to make them respond audibly when customers interact with them. This article will teach you how to make a sound when an element is clicked or even just moused over by your customers.
A Quick Guide to Installing Apache Web Server...
Learn how to install Apache on a Linux web server. It's easy to install the Apache web server on a Linux system from source files.
Why do URLs often end with a slash?
When posting URLs many web designers do not include the final slash. While most web pages will still open without the slash, this can cause pages to load more slowly. The trailing slash gives information to the server that otherwise it has to figure out on its own. Unless you're pointing to a specific file, you should always include the final slash when posting your URLs.
Wondering What Alt Text Is or if You Should Use...
Alternative text is an important (and required) attribute on all your images. But it can be tempting to just write simple text or leave the attribute blank. Alt text is used for more than just accessibility, and if you get good at writing alt text, your pages will be more usable.
Difference Between Display: None and Visibility...
The display: none and visibility: hidden CSS rules may seem like they do the same thing, but they actually act differently.
A Quick Beginner's Guide to the HTML Download Tag
An HTML download tag would be very useful to set up links for people to download files. But while there isn't a specific HTML download tag, there are ways to create downloadable files and links on your website so that your readers can download your files to their computer.
Find Out How Much Your Domain Name is Worth
Domain names are more than just the URL of your website. Domains can have value and are an asset for companies. But just like any other asset, there are things that make a domain more or less valuable. Learn how to improve your domain names so that you can sell your site for more money.
How to Add Internal Lines in a Table
When you use CSS to add borders to tables, it only adds the border around the outside of the table. If you want to add internal lines, you need to add borders to the interior CSS elements. Or you can use the HR tag to add lines inside individual cells. Learn how to add internal lines inside a table with CSS.
The 20 Best HTML Editors for Linux/Unix
This is my list of the best Linux/UNIX HTML editors in order. I evaluated 40 Linux/UNIX HTML editors in over 40 categories, and these are the editors that I think are the best of the best. If you're looking for an HTML editor for Linux/UNIX, you should find one that meets your needs on this list.
Where to Use a X-UA-Compatible Meta Tag
Learn more about the X-UA-Compatible meta tag. When should you use the X-UA-Compatible meta tag. How the X-UA-Compatible meta tag is used.
How to Link an Image in HTML
Linking images is just as easy as linking text.
The 10 Best Text/HTML Editors for Windows
Text editors are HTML editors that allow you to manipulate the HTML tags directly. Some HTML text editors also include a WYSIWYG editor, while others are purely text. This is my list of the best HTML text editors for Windows.
How To Float an Image to the Right of Text
It's easy to float an image to the right using the float property in CSS.
Looking for a Good Web Editor for Windows? Here...
Web editing suites combine web development, graphics, and multimedia development into one package to make it easy to create and modify your Web pages and applications with one integrated suite.
How to Create Text Buttons Using 'INPUT' Tags...
The INPUT Button tag is used to display text buttons. It is an HTML 4 and HTML 5 tag.
Why Should You Secure a Website?
HTTPS or HTTP over SSL is a way to encrypt data sent and received over the Web so that monetary and other sensitive transactions are secure. If you are going to run a store on your Web site and collect credit card or other monetary data, you should use an HTTPS secured server so that the data is secure.
What is Web Content?
A rundown on the types of information and pictures - text, animation,images,sound,video - that we read and view on Web pages. Content is still king
9 Steps to Center Web Page Text and Images
This article for beginning web developers will help you learn how to use the DIV tag and CSS to center text and images on your pages.
white-space
A description of the CSS property white-space and how to use it in all CSS versions. Also learn other CSS properties here.
What Are HTML Comments and How Are They Used?
HTML comments allow you to write notes about the code, hide old information, and hold reminders on the page. Comments are not seen by the people viewing the page, but they show up in the HTML code.
Special Characters for Mathematics - Math Symbols
HTML codes to put Mathematics characters on your Web page.
How to Set Justified Text in CSS
Justified text is a block of text that has no rag on the right or left sides. The block of text is written with the words lining up evenly on both sides, with the extra spacing added to between the words in the text on the line. This article explains how to justify your text with CSS.
ASCII HTML Codes - HTML Special Characters in...
HTML codes to put ASCII special characters on your Web page.
HTML Codes - Special Characters for Greek -...
HTML codes to put Greek characters on your Web page.
How to Change Table Background Colors
Changing the background color of a table is as simple as adding one attribute on the cell, row, or table you want colored.
Add Image Captions in 9 Easy Steps
Putting a caption on an image can be a useful feature when you want to describe the image, but getting it to stay with the image can be challenging. Learn how to use some HTML and CSS to create a nice looking caption that stays right below your image.
How to Position Overlapping Elements with CSS
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 to Get Started with Mobile Webpage Design
Smartphones are gaining in popularity every day, so you should be aware of how these devices work and create designs that work well for them. This article will give you some tips to create web pages that are mobile device friendly.
How to Use Iframes
Learn how to use iframes on web pages
How to Add Comments to Your HTML Code
Add comments to your HTML to make the page easier to maintain. And HTML comments are really easy to add.
HTML Tag
An HTML tag is a code that describes how a Web page is formatted. HTML tags are defined by the characters .
The 5 Best HTML Editors for iPad
There are a lot of iPad apps to choose from and while it can be tempting to just watch movies and read books on your iPad, it is possible to do work on them too. These five editors let you edit web pages right from your iPad without needing a laptop or other intermediate step.
EPUB versus PDF -The Pros and Cons for...
This article takes a look at the advantages and disadvantages of e-publishing formats. Definitions and reviews of PDF and EPUB as they relate to e-books and e-publishing.
Want to Build a New Web Page in Notepad? Do...
Learn how to create a new Web page using the Windows program Notepad
How to Use Keywords in HTML for Better SEO
Learn more about HTML keywords and how to use them on your web pages for search engine optimization.
What is the Comma for in CSS Selectors?
The comma in a CSS selector is a separator that separates multiple selectors that all have the same styles. Using a comma helps keep your CSS clean and small by avoiding repetition so that the style sheet will load faster.
How to Check Your Search Position in Google
Finding out where your site ranks in Google can be tricky. There are many websites that claim that they can tell you where your page shows up in Google search results for your keyword phrase, but most of these sites are unreliable and produce questionable results.
How to Create a Box With Scrolling Text with...
CSS makes it easy to take a large box of text and place it in a smaller box with scroll bars. Learn how to set up scroll bars on text, tables, and even images.
Here's the Difference Between 'PADDING' and...
Learn the difference between padding and margins in Web page documents - a frequently asked question on Web design.
Looking for the Meaning of a Specific Web Term?...
A glossary of jargon terms used in the web design, HTML, and XML industry
Use CSS to Change Font Color in 2 Minutes or Less
It's easy to change the font color with one simple CSS style property.
Iframe and CSS Examples
Iframe and CSS Examples See How CSS Affects Iframes Basic Iframe Some Styles on an Iframe Affecting the
CSS Padding
CSS padding adds space around the edges of the inside of your HTML boxes. Learn how CSS padding works, how you can affect the CSS padding, and how CSS padding interacts with the CSS box model.
How to Upload and Add Images to Your Webpage...
Learn how to upload an image to your web hosting server and then point to it so that it shows up on your web page.
Want to Create Watermarks on Your Webpage?...
Learn how to create a watermark background image with just CSS.
A Quick Guide to Using Rhythm Concepts for...
Rhythm is a basic principle of design. Rhythm or repetition is the expression of visual harmony within a design. Repetition and rhythm attract attention in a design and allow the viewer to relax as they recognize the pattern.
How to Setup a Webpage with Live Webcam Streming
Learn how to setup a webcam web page with the correct HTML codes in the document and the webcam image on the page.
Understanding HTML Tags and Elements
The terms HTML tag and HTML element are often used to mean the same thing -- a building block in an HTML document. But there is a slight difference in what they are. This article explains the difference between an HTML element and an HTML tag.
Everything You Need to Know about Adobe...
Adobe Dreamweaver is a text editor and WYSIWYG editor for both Windows and Mac. It is best suited to Professional web designers or web developers.
Center with CSS Examples - Examples of How to...
How to Center Text Examples Learn How to Use CSS to Center Text Learning how to center items with CSS
How to Make Images into Input Buttons on Web...
The INPUT Image tag is used to display images as input fields. It is an HTML 4 and HTML 5 tag.
How to Optimize Images for Web Use
Web images should be small so that they download quickly and your whole site is fast. This article will teach you how to create small web images and optimized web graphics for your website.
How to Choose the IE View Mode Using HTML
Internet Explorer 7 introduced a new feature to the browser - quirks mode. This mode would be enabled when the web designer of a page did not use a DOCTYPE declaration. Then, when Internet Explorer 8 came out, it was much more standards compliant than previous versions of IE. So Microsoft created the compatibility view to allow designers to wait on re-writing their websites for web standards and instead have IE 8 render the pages as IE 7 had in the past. This is called compatibility view.

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