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HTML Tutorials

HTML » Basics — almost 14 years ago
The second part to my Web Development series. Learn about the fundamentals of design here!
HTML » Layouts — about 12 years ago
In this article, we cover the concepts of why you lay out your site in a particular way, as well as beginning to help you understand all the pieces involved in this process. All of these pieces - Master Pages, Themes, CSS, Skins, Sitemaps, and Menus-combine together to make your site work. A solid understanding of these pieces will help you as you put together all the individual components. However, more importantly, it will aid you as you continue to expand your site, giving you the ability to
HTML » Basics — over 13 years ago
Tutorial for web design beginners about the internet, IP, severs, clients, domain names, DNS, websites and source code.
HTML » Layouts — over 12 years ago
Part #2 of the PSD to WORDPRESS tutorial, in this tutorial learn how to convert the PSD to CSS ready for wordpress
HTML » Layouts — over 11 years ago
Our latest posts have mostly been about design, so today we’re going full on code monkey with a cool CSS3 technique: Vignettes! The technique involves a few divs, a bit of simple CSS, and a whole lot of fun.
HTML » Layouts — about 12 years ago
A great screencast that teaches you how to touch up a website in Photoshop and complete semantically correct HTML markup.
HTML » Layouts — over 13 years ago
Sometimes it seems there are as many CMS products out there as there are web developers. In this tutorial we’re going to build a simple one-page site and then in less than 5 minutes, get it setup with a Twitter feed for daily updates and with CushyCMS for general content. If you haven’t seen it, Cushy is a completely free and extremely simple to use product that’s come on the market recently.
HTML » Basics — almost 7 years ago
We have put out these confessions upon receipt of consent from Mr X so that many more small businesses that have no websites yet can take leverage from a host of digital solutions that are readily available in the marketplace.
HTML » Basics — almost 13 years ago
While there are some quick & easy solutions for making our websites more usable, not everything can be made clear through standard analytics programs overnight. One way to accurately visualize how our visitors use our sites is through the use of Click Heatmaps.
HTML » Basics — about 13 years ago
This article will explore the intricacies of the hyperlink and how to make the most of the humble <a> tag. Maybe not the sexiest or most glamorous topic for a blog post – but interesting nonetheless – the hyperlink is possibly the most commonly used of the HTML elements, and probably the most overlooked.
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