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HTML Tutorials — XHTML Validation

HTML » XHTML Validation — about 7 years ago
When beginning a site (or website), one of the first things we do is to load up a set of ready made templates into our personal web servers before we start changing any code. As most of us are mobile during the week, we may have some time to spend working on projects where we may not have access to an online web connection in order to access our web servers. It has proven very beneficial for us to have our own personal web server installed on our laptops and PCs for development purposes.
HTML » XHTML Validation — over 8 years ago
As a Web designer, you should learn how to leverage other Web site services to add functionality to your site. NAPP Instructor RC Concepcion reviews how to use code from YouTube, Blip.tv, Photoshop.com, and Flickr on your Web site.
HTML » XHTML Validation — over 8 years ago
Setting up your project folder structure can sometimes be as important as setting up the site itself. NAPP instructor RC Concepcion shows you how to organize your project files and how to define a Web site in Dreamweaver CS4.
HTML » XHTML Validation — over 9 years ago
Validation in your webpages is very important as proven in this tutorial. In this tutorial you'll learn about Validation and how you should be making the effort to get validated!
HTML » XHTML Validation — over 10 years ago
A recent project of mine required me to do a quick review of the accessibility level of a site. Nothing serious, just to show what was possible to test and where the site scored right now. I managed to assemble a small list of tools that I believe did a rather good job. This article is a list of those tools, and some tips on how to use them. It covers three areas: automatic, semi-automatic, and manual accessibility testing.
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