Apr 07, 2011 — 12 comments
There are many different website layouts that are designed differently, many website layouts choose to have one or more sidebar, but a problem that you many encounter is how can you get the sidebar to be same length as your content? This is a good question, because if your sidebar ends before your content then your website layout will look strange. But there are methods of being able to achieve a sidebar that is the same height as your content. In this Quick CSS segment, im going to show you how
NAPP Instructor RC Concepcion shows you how to use CSS to adjust the margins and padding of a Web layout in Dreamweaver CS4.
NAPP Instructor RC Concepcion explains how to set up CSS Classes in Dreamweaver CS4.
NAPP Instructor RC Concepcion shows you how to use Dreamweaver CS4 to redefine HTML tags and create descendant selectors.
Follow this walkthrough of coding up a graphical website layout into valid, standards compliant XHTML and CSS. Starting with the initial process of exporting the individual images from the Photoshop document through to building the complete page.
CSS IDs allow you to take a Web site and break it into discrete areas. NAPP Instructor RC Concepcion reviews how to use them to create the structure for a layout.
This tutorial will teach you how to create low-bandwidth tab navigation on a web page using CSS. As an extra bonus you'll also learn how to switch tabs without loading the page more than once.
In this tutorial I will run through how to set up an awesome ajax contact form with validation which loads in facebox to mimic the get satisfaction feedback you may see on the side of some websites these days.
Forms are a mainstay of the web, but too little thought is put into their appearance. This is where some CSS comes in
Step by step tutorial on how to code a .PSD file to XHTML and 960 CSS Framework like the pros.
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