Apr 07, 2011 — 0 comments
Taking a closer look at the new HTML5 structural elements, and applying them to our page.
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!
In the previous article in this series, you learned about the canvas element, and the basics for drawing on it. In this article, I’m going to demonstrate some of the more advanced drawing functionality.
A horizontal rule is an empty (single tag) element that places a horizontal line across the webpage. Using horizontal rules is very helpful when you want to break up the continuity of a webpage.
This tutorial describes different ways to use colors in an HTML page HTML colors, Hexadecimal, RGB, using colors in HTML
Our first part of the series will deal with the .htaccess file. This file manages how your php application is executed on the server, and how pages are served to your users. An essential part of being a webmaster thus, is to have a reliable understanding of the .htaccess file.
This tutorial explains how to convert a PSD design into a HTML & css site, using some new HTML 5 tags and features.
Learn how to create a canvas in HTML5 and draw shapes and images. Even learn how to move and rotate
In this tutorial you'll learn all the tags needed to code in xhtml and how to create a basic layout using html.
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