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HTML Tutorials

HTML » Basics — over 9 years ago
This article provides an introduction to the basic HTML tags that every beginner should know and how each tag should be used with an emphasis on SEO.
HTML » Forms — over 9 years ago
Although it can have some issues, PayPal does provide a very simple way to take payments on a website. And with a little tweaking you can easily turn a PayPal “Buy Now” button into a form where the user specifies how much they’d like to pay and what they are paying for.
HTML » Layouts — over 8 years ago
In this tutorial il be taking you through the process of converting web design layout #10 into a working CSS template. Includes FREE Template.
HTML » Layouts — over 8 years ago
In this tutorial we'll take you through some of the basics of html and css to create a web layout
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.
HTML » Basics — almost 9 years ago
In this post, Andrew discusses various ways to interpret and present links and buttons to the user. Emphasis is placed on fitting user’s mental models and providing the user with familiar UI-patterns, including extras on demand (progressive disclosure).
HTML » Basics — about 9 years ago
Favicons are great little icons that appear on the left of a website URL in your browsers address bar, Favicon's don't seem important and some website won't have them, but this tutorial will show how create your own favicon, and make it appear on your website!
HTML » Layouts — over 8 years ago
Learn how to convert my web design layout #9 into a working one page css template.
HTML » Tables — over 9 years ago
Are those persky tables friend or foe? Learn how to use them, when to use them and why!
HTML » Basics — about 8 years ago
The difference between good and great webdesign is relatively small. The average person may not be able to explain the tangible differences that make up great design, but they can usually spot a design they like. By examining some awesome sites, I’ll attempt to put my finger on some of the small details that make up the difference.
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