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  • HTML Utopia! Design Websites Without Tables - Parts 1 and 2

    HTML Utopia! Design Websites Without Tables - Parts 1 and 2 2001-04-12

    Welcome to HTML Utopia – the two part series on creating Web page designs without tables. Part 1 introduces the concept of using CSS to create a design without tables, and explains the reasons why this philosophy has become so popular. Part 2 explore

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  • Beginners' HTML - Part 1 2001-07-16

    HTML is by far the most popular language on the Web today. Without it, the Internet wouldn't be anything like it is now. HTML can be thought of as the building blocks of the Internet – like the bricks and mortar of a house. So it's a must for every W

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  • Beginners' HTML - Part 2 2001-07-23

    In this, the second part of the tutorial series, we'll find out how to create links to other Web pages, as well as links to other parts of our own pages. Our main page is beginning to look a little cluttered now, so we are going to make a brand new W

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  • Beginners' HTML - Part 3 2001-07-30

    Welcome to Part 3 of the tutorial! At the end of Part 2, I left you with a challenge. So let's first explore the solution. Challenge Solution The challenge I set last week was for you to add some links to the pages we'd created, so that users could n

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  • Plain Text or HTML? Let Your Users Decide 2001-08-16

    In my last column, I discussed the pros and cons of sending an email newsletter in both HTML and text format. I received a lot of feedback asking for more specific information on how to know which is the right format to send. Let me begin by saying t

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  • HTML eMail Troubleshooter 2001-10-03

    So, you want to send HTML email to your clients, prospects or newsletter subscribers. Marketing has descended from upon high and declared it, the small business client wants it, and an executive in management has read about it. Well, why not? The cli

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  • HTML Email - Rich Media the Right Way 2001-10-10

    As we discussed last time, increasing numbers of email marketers want to use the 'power' of the Internet to better communicate with their customers. How can they harness the graphical and interactive capabilities of the medium? Rich media email. But

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  • Format HTML Email for AOL 2001-11-30

    America Onlineâ„¢ is a source of frustration to a great number of Developers and Web marketers around the world. When you consider AOL you have to remember that you're not just dealing with a custom Web browser - you must also account for the manner

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  • Review - HTML and XHTML, The Definitive Guide 2003-01-06

    Do you want to learn HTML? If the answer is yes, this book is it. If you have always thought that learning HTML would be an overwhelming experience, give this book a chance. Sure, HTML is a large and complex language, but anyone can learn it. It isn'

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  • HTML Utopia: Designing Without Tables Using CSS, Chapter 1: Getting The Lay Of The Land

    HTML Utopia: Designing Without Tables Using CSS, Chapter 1: Getting The Lay Of The Land 2003-05-31

    CSS In Context Almost as soon as the Web became popularized by the emergence of the first graphical Web browser (the forerunner to Netscape Navigator), graphic designers became aware of a problem. The method by which the Web browser displayed informa

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  • HTML Utopia: Designing Without Tables Using CSS, Chapter 3: Digging Below The Surface

    HTML Utopia: Designing Without Tables Using CSS, Chapter 3: Digging Below The Surface 2003-05-31

    This chapter completes our look at the "mechanics" of CSS: the background you need to have to work with the technology. It covers six major topics: quick review of the three methods for assigning CSS properties to HTML documents use of shorthand

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  • HTML Utopia: Designing Without Tables Using CSS, Chapter 4: CSS Website Design

    HTML Utopia: Designing Without Tables Using CSS, Chapter 4: CSS Website Design 2003-05-31

    CSS Website Design The development of any Website begins with its design. Typically, you'll have a statement from your client, or at least a rough idea in your head, of the intended capabilities of the site. If you're a by-the-book sort of developer,

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  • HTML Utopia: Designing Without Tables Using CSS, Chapter 5: Building the Skeleton

    HTML Utopia: Designing Without Tables Using CSS, Chapter 5: Building the Skeleton 2003-05-31

    Building the Skeleton Most books on CSS begin by teaching you how to deal with the bits and pieces of a Web page: fonts, colors, lists, and the like. Then, they move on to explaining the broader issues associated with CSS positioning (CSS-P), which a

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  • HTML Utopia: Designing Without Tables Using CSS 2003-07-16

    We can look at Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) from a number of contextual perspectives. I prefer to view them as a correction to a fundamental mistake that was made at the beginning of Web Time, back in the old days of the early 1990s, when Tim Berners

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  • Flash Vs. CSS/HTML: Which Will You Choose? 2003-09-13

    Macromedia Flash. It's one of the most controversial products in the Web development world. In this article we'll look at the strengths and weaknesses of Flash. We'll take a close look at what it can do, and what it can't or shouldn't do. And, throug

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  • Working with HTML markup

    Working with HTML markup 2004-03-23

    This happened to me recently. I needed a way of highlighting keywords in a chunk of HTML for when users visited the site through Google. In this way, you can help your users locate the information they've searched for in Google quickly. However, a si

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  • Rotate Regular HTML Content Via DHTML 2004-05-23

    One of the great pitfalls of using client side techniques, such as JavaScript, to display content on demand is the prerequisite that everything be contained in variables. This makes adding and updating the content very cumbersome. An example would be

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  • HTML escapes the browser 2004-07-03

    One of the hottest topics to come out of Apple's recent World Wide Developers Conference was the announcement of Dashboard, a new feature in the forthcoming OS X Tiger which adds a layer of useful mini-applications (aka "widgets") to the user's

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  • Build Your Own Counter Widgets Using JavaScript and HTML 2004-08-23

    Building forms can be repetitive work. Often, particular form elements appear consistently across a wide range of forms. These elements lend themselves to creation as components that can be re-used in different forms applications. One such recurring

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  • Build a PHP Multiple Picture Showcase Using PHP and HTML 2004-12-22

    I recently decided to create a showcase for one of my sites. I needed a row of five thumbnail images of my products, randomly displayed. I thought it would be easy to find this PHP code, but this turned out not to be the case, so I rolled up my sleev

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