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HTML Tutorials — Layouts

HTML » Layouts — over 6 years ago
A couple weeks ago, we learned how to create a comic book theme web design over at our sister-site, Webdesigntuts+. Today, we’ll tackle the second part: it’s time to slice the design and turn it into a functional HTML layout, ready to be ported to any CMS. Let’s get started!
HTML » Layouts — over 6 years ago
This tutorial explains how to convert a PSD design into a HTML & css site, using some new HTML 5 tags and features.
HTML » Layouts — over 6 years ago
Welcome to part two of the Sleek Coming Soon Page Design Tutorial. In this tutorial I’ll be talking you through the process of coding the PSD file into a working CSS template.
HTML » Layouts — over 6 years ago
Over on my Blog.SpoonGraphics design blog this week, I posted a Photoshop design tutorial that takes you through the process of building a stylish portfolio design concept. Follow this second part of the tutorial here on Line25, where we’ll code up the design into a fully working HTML and CSS website. Stick around for part three, when we’ll go a step further and convert the static website into a WordPress build.
HTML » Layouts — almost 7 years ago
Initializr is a simple tool to help you getting started with an HTML5 project. It is built on HTML5 Boilerplate, a powerful HTML5 template created by Paul Irish and Divya Manian.
HTML » Layouts — almost 7 years ago
an attractive tut with download able source.
HTML » Layouts — almost 7 years ago
Last week we went through the process of designing a detailed website design for Pinewood Forest. This week we’ll code up the Photoshop concept into a working web page. See how the design is exported into individual images, how the HTML skeleton is put together and how the CSS coding replicates the styling from the concept.
HTML » Layouts — about 7 years ago
A breadcrumb trail is a navigation tool that allows a user to see where the current page is in relation to the Web site's hierarchy. It typically appears horizontally near the top of a Web page, providing links back to each previous page that the user navigates through in order to get to the current page. It is best when it appears just above your post body above the title of your post. While it makes navigation easy for your blog readers, it can also add SEO value to your blog.
HTML » Layouts — about 7 years ago
jo is a Open source lightweight JavaScript framework and A Pretty UI Widget Framework designed for HTML5 apps capable browsers and devices.
HTML » Layouts — about 7 years ago
Previous week on WeGraphics we went through the process of designing a clean layout in magazine-style with Photoshop. Now it’s time to convert the visual mockup in a working web page using HTML and CSS.
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