Web Design & HTML Sitemap - Page 8 2016-09-26

Multiple Page Forms - HTML Forms Tutorial
Multiple Page forms are hard to write so that the server gets all the form data. Learn how to use hidden tags to save the form data across multiple pages.

Box Model Hack for CSS in Internet Explorer
The CSS box model has rules for how wide a box should be when padding, borders, and margins are applied. Internet Explorer doesn't follow these rules.

How to Buy a Domain Name with GoDaddy - Step 5: Check the Pricing
GoDaddy offers super discounts. Be sure to check that you're saving all you can. Page 5.

How to Buy a Domain Name with GoDaddy - Step 7: Checkout and Buy Your Domain
Make sure that you're getting exactly what you want to buy. Page 7.

GoDaddy - How to Buy a Domain Name Online
GoDaddy is one of the most popular domain name registries out there, because it is one of the least expensive. Learn how easy it is to buy a domain name.

How to Buy a Domain Name with GoDaddy - Step 2: Select an Available Domain
My domain was available, but if yours isn't GoDaddy will give you other options. Page 2.

How to Buy a Domain Name with GoDaddy - Step 3: Do You Want other Extensions?
If other extensions are available, GoDaddy will prompt you to buy them too. Page 3.

How to Buy a Domain Name with GoDaddy - Step 4: Set Your Registration Information
If you already have GoDaddy account you can login and use that information, otherwise you'll need to set new information. Page 4.

How to Buy a Domain Name with GoDaddy - Step 6: Choose Other Options
GoDaddy offers lots of other services to maintain your domain and website. Page 6.

What is Tagging? - Web Design Definition
Understand what tagging (usually no more than 1-3 words) is so that you can add more meta data onto your pages for easier searching and navigation.

Test Your HTML, CSS, and Web Design Knowledge Online
Do you have to take a test on HTML for a job? A great way to practice is to take some free online HTML tests. Here are a few you can try and two I don't recommend.

Before You Start the HTML Class
Before you start the HTML class, there are a few things you should know. This list of articles will explain some jargon that is used in the class as well as give you an idea why you might want to learn HTML. Before you start the class, you should start with this document to be sure you have the knowledge to get the most out of the class.

Best Macintosh HTML Editors - The Best Macintosh HTML Editors Both WYSIWYG and Text Editors
This is my list of the best Macintosh HTML editors in order. I evaluated over 50 Macintosh HTML editors in over 40 categories, and these are the editors that I think are the best of the best. If you’re looking for an HTML editor for Macintosh, you should find one that meets your needs on this list.

Best Macintosh HTML Editors - The Best Macintosh HTML Editors Both WYSIWYG and Text Editors
This is my list of the best Macintosh HTML editors in order. I evaluated over 50 Macintosh HTML editors in over 40 categories, and these are the editors that I think are the best of the best. If you’re looking for an HTML editor for Macintosh, you should find one that meets your needs on this list.

Writing Websites for a Global Audience - International Web Pages
Web pages are international. You may think that your page is only of interest to a small group of people in your home town, but once you put up a Web page, anyone around the world can view it. You might be surprised at where people come from to view it. Learn how to write web pages that are appropriate globally as well as locally.

What is Design - Definitions of Design for Web Designers
Design is a term that many people bandy about, but do we all mean the same thing when we use it? There are many definitions that can apply to building websites. Learn the different definitions of design and how they apply to work as a Web designer.

How to Choose the Best CMS for Your Website
Choosing your content management system CMS is a big step for any site, but there are a lot of things you need to consider, to be sure that you're getting the best you can. From the backend server information through what the CMS costs and what it supports you need to know these things to choose the CMS that's right for you and your site.

Little Web of Horrors - Scary Web Designs
Design tactics that will often scare away even the most dedicated reader. These tactics are the worst of the web and should be avoided at all costs.

Little Web of Horrors - Scary Web Designs
Design tactics that will often scare away even the most dedicated reader. These tactics are the worst of the web and should be avoided at all costs.

Linux/UNIX Text HTML Editors - Linux/UNIX HTML Text Editors
Text editors are HTML editors that allow you to manipulate the HTML tags directly. Some HTML text editors also include a WYSIWYG editor, while others are purely text. This is my list of the best HTML text editors for Linux/UNIX.

Free Text Web Editors for Windows
The most useful and usable free text editors for Windows.

Linux/UNIX Text HTML Editors - Linux/UNIX HTML Text Editors
Text editors are HTML editors that allow you to manipulate the HTML tags directly. Some HTML text editors also include a WYSIWYG editor, while others are purely text. This is my list of the best HTML text editors for Linux/UNIX.

Linux/UNIX Text HTML Editors - Linux/UNIX HTML Text Editors
Text editors are HTML editors that allow you to manipulate the HTML tags directly. Some HTML text editors also include a WYSIWYG editor, while others are purely text. This is my list of the best HTML text editors for Linux/UNIX.

Author Meta Tag - Information About the Keywords Meta Tag
Learn more about the keywords meta tag. When should you use the keywords meta tag. How the keywords meta tag is used.

How to Block Referrer Spam
One of the best ways to prevent referer spam is to make your site less interesting to those spammers. This article gives you a number of solutions to referer spam, including ones that can be implemented in just a couple of minutes.

Rel = Noreferrer
The rel=noreferer keyword is a new link type created in HTML5. It allows you to define links on your site where you don't want the referer information to be passed to the destination site.

What is PHP - PHP Defined
PHP is a server scripting language used by web designers to create dynamic and database driven websites. Learn more about PHP in this definition.

How to Write Effective Web Page Titles
Learn how to write web page titles that meet the needs of your site. This article will teach you about SEO for headlines as well as how to write titles that encourage people to click through.

What is the Difference Between DIV and SECTION?
The DIV and SECTION elements both appear to be generic container elements, but what is the difference between them? This article explains the differences between these two HTML5 elements and how to use them correctly.

Dreamweaver CC Review
My review of Adobe Dreamweaver CC. Dreamweaver is fully HTML5, but beyond that there isn't a lot to get excited about.

When and Why to Hide Referrer Information
If you don't want to send referrer information to the sites you visit or from the sites you manage, there are ways to do that. This article explains how to remove referrer information and why you might want to.

Hover Navigation is Driving Your Readers Away
Hover elements annoy a lot of people at the best of times. Using them as your navigation is even more annoying. And guess what, your touch screen customers can't hover, so they don't even know they are there.

How to Use the HTTP Referer
The HTTP referer is data provided by the web browser that tells you where the person viewing your page has come from. You can use this information programmatically on your web pages for lots of different things. Here are some examples.

When and Why to Hide Referrer Information
If you don't want to send referrer information to the sites you visit or from the sites you manage, there are ways to do that. This article explains how to remove referrer information and why you might want to.

What is Referer Spoofing?
Learn about referer spoofing, why you might want to change the referer and some tools for how to do referer spoofing. If you use the referer to script your pages, you need to be able to test how those scripts respond to different referers.

How to Add a Graphic or Image to a Web Page with Dreamweaver
Learn how easy it is to add images to your web pages with Dreamweaver.

SeaMonkey Version 2.17 Review
SeaMonkey is more than just a web editor, it is also a web browser and an email client and an IRC chat client. Because it is all these things, it isn't the best web editor out there, but it does do the job if you're trying to do things quickly.

Breaking the Time Barrier Book Review
Learn a better way of pricing your freelancing projects in this short book from the makers of FreshBooks.

Data Points Book Review
A review of a very pretty book on visualizing data. This book covers the basics of how you can create and explore data in a visual format.

Head First Web Design Book Review
This is a fun book that web designers who need more help with becoming a professional web designer and freelancer.

Adobe Muse - Web Editor Profile
Adobe Muse is a no-code WYSIWYG editor for Windows and Macintosh. It is best suited to web designers who don't want to learn HTML and CSS but want to design and build sites for clients.

HTML5 Design Gallery - Pure Fix Cycles
A site that is focused on photos to sell products. This is a clean, flat design with linework iconography to direct customers exactly where they need to go.

How to Add a Table with KompoZer - Modify An Existing Table with KompoZer
HTML tables are a useful way to display tabular data, and it's easy to create tables in KompoZer. Page 5.

Formatting Options in KompoZer
Most web pages have a lot of text, so learning how to format text is a useful skill. This tutorial teaches you how to format text in the free HTML editor: KompoZer.

Changing the Indentation in KompoZer
Move your text in and out in KompoZer. Page 10.

Configure KompoZer to Use CSS
CSS is an important text formatting tool, and you can use KompoZer to add your CSS without needing to learn the language. This tutorial teaches you how to format text in the free HTML editor: KompoZer. Page 2.

Using the Formatting Toolbars in KompoZer
The formatting toolbars are the first place to start when formatting text in KompoZer. This tutorial teaches you how to format text in the free HTML editor: KompoZer. Page 3.

Creating Headlines in KompoZer
Headlines are an easy way to decorate your text. This tutorial teaches you how to format text in the free HTML editor: KompoZer. Page 4.

Formatting Text in KompoZer
Make changes to the body text as well. This tutorial teaches you how to format text in the free HTML editor: KompoZer. Page 5.

Selecting a Font in KompoZer
Choosing the font family can decorate your site effectively. Page 6.

Changing the Font Size in KompoZer
Changing the Font Size in KompoZer. Page 7.

Changing the Font Color
Coloring your fonts is fun and easy in KompoZer. Page 8.

Creating a List in KompoZer
Lists make your text more readable. Learn how to create lists in KompoZer. Page 9.

Introduction to KompoZer - How to Create a New Website with KompoZer
Learn how to build a new website in KompoZer.

Introduction to KompoZer - Create A New Site Definition In KompoZer
Learn how to build a new website in KompoZer. Page 2.

Introduction to KompoZer - Entering The Publish Settings in KompoZer
Learn how to build a new website in KompoZer. Page 3.

Introduction to KompoZer - Selecting A Site in Kompozer
Learn how to build a new website in KompoZer. Page 4.

Introduction to KompoZer - Working With Multiple Files in KompoZer
Learn how to build a new website in KompoZer. Page 5.

Introduction to KompoZer - Publishing A Site With KompoZer
Learn how to build a new website in KompoZer. Page 6.

Introduction to KompoZer - Specifying Web Server Information With KompoZer
Learn how to build a new website in KompoZer. Page 7.

How to Add a Table with KompoZer - Add a Quick Table To a Page with KompoZer
HTML tables are a useful way to display tabular data, and it's easy to create tables in KompoZer.

How to Add a Table with KompoZer - Add a Table To a Page with KompoZer
HTML tables are a useful way to display tabular data, and it's easy to create tables in KompoZer. Page 2.

How to Add a Table with KompoZer - Specify Table Attributes with KompoZer
HTML tables are a useful way to display tabular data, and it's easy to create tables in KompoZer. Page 3.

How to Add a Table with KompoZer - Setting Advanced Table Options with KompoZer
HTML tables are a useful way to display tabular data, and it's easy to create tables in KompoZer. Page 4.

How to Insert Tags with Bluefish
Bluefish is a powerful text HTML editor for Linux, Windows, and Macintosh. And this tutorial by Jon Morin will teach you how to insert various tags into your web pages in Bluefish.

Using The Snippet Menu To Insert Tags With Bluefish
Bluefish is a powerful text HTML editor for Linux, Windows, and Macintosh. And this tutorial by Jon Morin will teach you how to insert various tags into your web pages in Bluefish. Page 2.

Using the HTML Menu To Insert Tags With Bluefish
Bluefish is a powerful text HTML editor for Linux, Windows, and Macintosh. And this tutorial by Jon Morin will teach you how to insert various tags into your web pages in Bluefish. Page 3.

Using The Standard Menu To Insert Tags With Bluefish
Bluefish is a powerful text HTML editor for Linux, Windows, and Macintosh. And this tutorial by Jon Morin will teach you how to insert various tags into your web pages in Bluefish. Page 4.

HTML5 Design Gallery - 100 McDonalds Moments
A creative way to display lots of things all at once on a page. This promotion by McDonalds UK is an innovative use of HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript to create a dynamic and fun web page.

HTML5 Design Gallery - Trailspring
A gorgeous HTML5 site that uses video backgrounds to great effect.

Background-size 100% in a Large Window
See how an image stretches to fit in a large window using the CSS3 property background-size: 100%;

Background-size 100% in a Small Window
See how an image stretches to fit in a small window using the CSS3 property background-size: 100%;. Page 2.

Background-size Cover in a Large Window
See how an image stretches to fit in a large window using the CSS3 property background-size: cover. Page 3.

Background-size Cover in a Small Window
See how an image stretches to fit in a small window using the CSS3 property background-size: cover. Page 4.

First Look: Dreamweaver CS6
Adobe is releasing the latest version of the Creative Suite (CS6) in a month or two, and I had the opportunity to start working with Dreamweaver ahead of time. There are some exciting new features to Dreamweaver that I think you will enjoy. Here is my first look at Adobe Dreamweaver CS6.

Dreamweaver CS6 Adds Fluid Grid Layouts
One of the new features of Dreamweaver CS6 is support for fluid grid layouts. Page 2.

CSS3 Transitions are Easier in Dreamweaver CS6
Dreamweaver CS6 adds a new transitions panel to help you visually create transitions on your elements in CSS3. Page 3.

Dreamweaver CS6 Supports the jQuery Mobile Framework
With Dreamweaver CS6 you can create a mobile layout that uses the jQuery Mobile framework for tablets and smartphones. Page 4.

Even More Features Added to Dreamweaver CS6
Dreamweaver CS6 also adds better support for PhoneGap and Business Catalyst. Page 5.

HSL Colors - Hue and Saturation
This page explains the difference between hue and saturation in the HSL color model. Page 2.

HSL Colors - Lightness
This page explains how the lightness field works in the HSL color model. Page 3.

HSL Colors
CSS3 brings in a new color model called HSL or hue-saturation-lightness. This model is often easier for artists to understand because it relies on the qualities of the colors themselves to determine their codes rather than arbitrary numbers developed for computers. Learn how to use HSL colors in your web designs.

What Can You Do with HTML?
HTML is the language of the web, but many people are not sure they should learn it. Find out why you want to learn HTML and what it's good for.

What is WebDAV
Definition of the term WebDAV and how web designers use WebDAV to transfer files.

box-sizing - CSS Style Property
A description of the CSS property box-sizing

border-break - CSS Style Property
A description of the CSS property border-break. This property has been replaced by the box-decoration-break property.

Copyright Meta Tag - Information About the Copyright Meta Tag
Learn more about the copyright meta tag. When should you use the copyright meta tag. How the copyright meta tag is used.

Html Elements for Kindle Ebooks
There are a few HTML elements that do and don't work in Kindle mobi files, and this article will help you get started building your HTML files for Mobi.

How To View the HTML Source in Firefox
Viewing the HTML source is one of the easiest ways to learn how someone did something on a web page. And imitation of HTML source is a great way to learn HTML. This how to shows how to view the source in Firefox.

Kindle Cover Images
Even if your book is 100% text with no images, there is one image you should always have—the cover image. This image is used to market your book, and books that don't have cover image don't sell well, or really at all. Learn how to add a cover image and some of the important aspects of your cover image.

How Many Links is Too Many for One Page?
When you have a lot of web pages and articles it can be very tempting to add links to them when ever you write other documents. But too many links on any given page can make your pages look spammy and annoy your readers. And things that annoy readers often result in lower seo rankings as well. Learn how many links to include on a web page.

HTML for Kids: The Basics
This is part of a series of articles designed to teach kids how to build web pages. The first place kids should start when learning to build web pages is with HTML. This article will help kids learn what HTML is and get them ready to use it.

What are Design Patterns
Design patterns are a useful tool to make sure that your site elements work as they are supposed to work. But if you don't know what a design pattern is, you can't use them. This article explains what a design pattern is and how to use them to improve your site.

Pros and Cons of Copyright
Many content authors assume that they should copyright all their work. But is that really the case? There are some valid reasons for not copyrighting your content.

Mobile Meta Tags
Mobile meta tags make your pages work better when viewed on mobile devices. Learn more about the viewport meta tag and other meta tags you can use to improve your websites for mobile users.

Using Patterns in the HTML5 Canvas
Learn how to use images as patterns on the background of your CANVAS elements.

Why Use HTML5 Canvas
The effort required to learn how to use the HTML5 CANVAS element may seem extreme, but there are benefits. Learn why you should learn how to use HTML5 CANVAS.

Making Web Page Content Editable by Users
The contenteditable attribute is a useful way to make your web pages more interactive. This tutorial explains how it works and gives you a practical application—a to do list that saves your data for later.

Using the HTML5 Custom Data Attributes (data-*)
One of the more useful new features of HTML5 is the custom data attribute. This allows you to store data custom to your page and website right in the HTML. And then you can read and modify that data with JavaScript. This article shows you how to use the custom data attributes (data-* attributes).

What is Microdata?
Microdata is a specification that defines how to add semantic metadata to your HTML documents so that the contents of the page are machine-readable as well as human-readable. This article explains microdata and how to add microdata to your web pages.

Cross Browser Testing
Testing your web pages in many browsers is very important. This article by Alexander Peev explains when to test your web pages and what browsers and versions to test.

HTML5 Outlines
HTML5 outlines are one of the background processes that are supposed to be done automatically by web browsers in the background when loading an HTML5 page. Learn why HTML5 outlines are important and what you need to do to build them.

Don't Limit the Content on Your Mobile Sites, But Limit the Content
Redesigning your site for mobile users is a good idea, because it can help users who need specific information quickly to find it more easily. But if you're not careful, your mobile experience can cause more problems than it solves. Learn what content to leave out and keep in your mobile designs.

CSS Transformations versus Transitions
There are two CSS3 properties that people confuse. They are very different, but if you use them in the wrong place they won't work. Learn the difference between CSS3 transitions and transformations.

HTML5 Sectioning Roots
HTML5 sectioning elements create outlines of your web pages. Sectioning roots help you divide your pages into areas that are outlined and areas that are separate from the main outline.

Positioning and Clipping Background Images with CSS3
Learn how to use two new CSS3 properties: background-clip and background-origin. This article will help you understand the way these two properties work and how they work together.

Rag, Widows, Orphans, Typography, and CSS
There are three typography basics that are difficult to correct using CSS style sheets: widows, orphans, and rag. This article explains why you should still be concerned about them and gives suggestions for how to fix them. Plus, it describes a common mistake that beginners make regarding two CSS style properties.

Simple SVG Animation Tutorial
Simple SVG Animation Tutorial takes you step-by-step through creating your first animation graphic. Learn how to change to opacity on an SVG rectangle.

What is a CDN (Content Delivery Network)?
A content delivery network or CDN is an important tool for websites with a large or widely distributed audience. When you have customers visiting your site from around the world, or you have a lot of big content like videos you need to make sure that it downloads as quickly as possible. A CDN can help you improve the speed of your pages by caching your content at a network level.

The HTML5 MARK Element
Learn how to use the HTML5 MARK element, what browsers support it, and how it's different from EM and STRONG.

Is the Web Design Industry Dead?
It's possible for any business owner to go out to a template website and buy a template for just a few dollars. So why should they want to hire you as a web designer? Find outwhat things web designers can offer customers that a template factory cannot.

2003 XHTML Certifications
Students who have passed the XHTML certification exam in 2003. There are two levels of certification. Any student who passes at level 2 will be listed first and will have an extra designation in their title.

2005 XHTML Certifications
Students who have passed the XHTML certification exam in 2005. There are two levels of certification. Any student who passes at level 2 will be listed first and will have an extra designation in their title.

Web Development Certification - XHTML, XML, HTML, Web Design
Often in the job search, it can help give you that extra edge if you have a certification or training in your field. These online and offline services will help you get certified in XHTML, XML, Web Development and related topics. Get certified in the field you're in or you want to move into.

Web design jobs in Alaska
Web design jobs in Alaska. Web Design / HTML.

Web design jobs in Arizona
Web design jobs in Arizona. Web Design / HTML.

Web design jobs in California
Web design jobs in California. Web Design / HTML.

Web design jobs in Delaware
Web design jobs in Delaware. Web Design / HTML.

Web design jobs in Hawaii
Web design jobs in Hawaii. Web Design / HTML.

Web design jobs in Idaho
Web design jobs in Idaho. Web Design / HTML.

Web design jobs in Illinois
Web design jobs in Illinois. Web Design / HTML.

Web design jobs in Kansas
Web design jobs in Kansas. Web Design / HTML.

Web design jobs in Massachusetts
Web design jobs in Massachusetts

Web design jobs in Minnesota
Web design jobs in Minnesota. Web Design / HTML.

Web design jobs in Mississippi
Web design jobs in Mississippi. Web Design / HTML.

Web design jobs in New Jersey
Web design jobs in New Jersey. Web Design / HTML.

Web design jobs in New Mexico
Web design jobs in New Mexico. Web Design / HTML.

Web design jobs in North Dakota
Web design jobs in North Dakota. Web Design / HTML.

Web design jobs in South Carolina
Web design jobs in South Carolina

Web design jobs in Texas
Web design jobs in Texas. Web Design / HTML.

Web design jobs in Virginia
Web design jobs in Virginia. Web Design / HTML.

Web design jobs in West Virginia
Web design jobs in West Virginia

Web Design Jobs by State - Web Development Jobs by State
Find the perfect Web design or development job for you listed state-by-state. There are lots of different jobs in the Web industry and you often don't have to look farther than where you currently live. Find your state and then the job title you're looking for to find a job in Web design that suits you.

How to Add an Anchor Link with Dreamweaver
Learn how to add an anchor or internal link with Dreamweaver. Page 6.

How to Add an Attribute to an HTML Tag
Learn how easy it is to add an attribute to an HTML tag. Attributes modify HTML tags and provide additional information to the web browser. They are easy to add to HTML tags.

FOXE - First Objective XML Editor
Review of the First Objective XML Editor (FOXE) including a brief product description, functions, pros, cons and who will benefit most from this editor.

Font Smoothing and Anti-Alias on Web Images
Learn more about anti-aliasing and how and when to use it in your web images.

Frame Tags - Frameset, Frame, and Noframes
Using HTML frame tags - frameset, frame, noframes

Open Two Frames with One Link
Use dynamic HTML to open two frames with one link

A Brief History of the World Wide Web
The Web has it's roots in the telephone and telegraph industry, but it really all started in March 1989, when Tim Berners-Lee wrote a proposal for managing information that became the World Wide Web.

WYSIWYG vs. Hand Coding, the Great Debate
Why should someone learn HTML apart from a WYSIWYG editor like FrontPage?

Why Learning WYSIWYG Can Improve Your Marketability - WYSIWYG vs Hand Coding, The Great Debate
WYSIWYG is much quicker to learn and easier for most people to use. This means that a beginner can create a nice looking Web site as easily as a professional designer. Page 3.

Quirks Mode - Using the DOCTYPE Tag
The Doctype element describes what version of HTML the page uses. But browsers also have a quirks mode that they go into if the doctype isn't specified. If you don't use the doctype element, your web pages won't display in standards compliant ways and might result in some strange web pages.

Are HTTP Cookies Dangerous?
Allowing cookies to be set by Web servers is not as dangerous as you might think.

eBay Images - Adding Images to eBay Auctions
Adding images to eBay auctions make the auctions more effective. Images of what you're selling make your ads more effective. Learn how to add your images to your eBay auctions.

HTML Document Spacing Tags
Learn the different spacing tags in HTML and how to use them correctly.

Create a Simple SMIL file - SMIL Tutorial
Create a Simple SMIL file - SMIL Tutorial explains the basics of Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language. SMIL is an XML-based format that controls the layout, timing and source elements of audiovisual presentations. SMIL works in conjunction with SVG to create animation.

Intro to HTML - HTML Class Lesson Syllabus
This is the introduction to HTML lesson in the free online HTML class from About.com. This lesson focuses on the origins of HTML, the differences between HTML4, HTML5, and XHTML, and where XHTML fits in.

Build a Simple Pattern in SVG
Take a hands on journey learning how to build a simple pattern in SVG. This articles takes you step-by-step through the process of creating a simple checkerboard pattern in SVG.

Advantages of SVG
Why choose SVG over standard image formats? Because the Internet is going to change and SVG will be part of that process. There are advantages to learning SVG now.

Defs Element Tag for Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)
Defs is one of the most crucial tags you will use in SVG. It supplies a container for directions on how you want the vector graphic to look. Understanding defs is just one step in learning the advanced effects for scalable vector graphics.

SVG Gaussian Blur Tutorial
SVG Gaussian blur tutorial shows how to build the blur effect. SVG offers a wide variety of filter effects for vector graphics. Gaussian blur reduces the sharp edges to create a smooth blur effect.

SVG Pattern Units Tutorial
SVG patterns require you to determine the unit attributes necessary to avoid distorting you shapes. By using the right selection of attributes, you make the pattern fit the shape.

Pattern Units in SVG for Fill
Creating patterns unit in SVG allows you to repeat objects to fill the inside of a shape. One difficult concept when building patterns is how to define the units systems for each object.

SVG Line Tutorial
SVG line tutorial that provides step-by-step instruction to make a simple line vector graphic using XML and SVG. Article includes usable sample code for the shape.

SVG Polygon Tutorial
SVG polygon tutorial provides step-by-step instruction to make a polygon vector graphic using XML and scalable vector graphics. Article includes usable sample code for the shape.

SVG Rectangle Tutorial
SVG rectangle tutorial provides step-by-step instruction to make a rectangle vector graphic using XML and scalable vector graphic. Article includes usable sample code for the shape.

Breaking down OEBPS in Electronic Publication (EPUB)
This article breaks down the contents of an important EPUB section, OEBPS. A look at what is necessary to create a proper OEBPS folder for EPUB.

How to Write Container.xml for EPUB
A tutorial on creating the container.xml file for EPUB documents. A step-by-step instructional for creating META-INF and the container.xml file for EPUB with source code and examples.

What is META-INF for EPUB?
A description of the META-INF section in an EPUB document. Electronic Publication (EPUB) requires three distinct sections. This article describes the META-INF folder in the EPUB file.

How to Set Up Margins in XSL-FO
A tutorial of XSL-FO design including regions and blocks. A detailed explanation of establishing margins for page templates and region when creating XSL-FO formatting pages.

HTML Examples - Examples of How HTML Works
Free examples for using HTML. HTML examples explaining how HTML works in various situations.

Using Dreamweaver Design Notes - What is a Dreamweaver Design Note?
Use Dreamweaver design notes to describe and annotate files so that your customers won't see them, even if they view the source, but your team mates will.

Differences Between Dreamweaver 8 and Dreamweaver CS3
Learn some of the practical differences between Dreamweaver 8 and Dreamweaver CS3 to help you decide whether or when to upgrade. What new features are must-haves and what features can you live without?

CSS Lesson 2: External Style Sheets
External style sheets let you style your entire website with just one CSS document. This helps you stay consistent. And this document will help you learn how to use external style sheets. This is part four from lesson two of the CSS Short Course.

CSS Lesson 1: Placement of CSS Elements
Learn where to place basic CSS in your web page documents to style your web pages. This is part 3 of Lesson 1 in the CSS Short Course.

CSS Lesson 1: Cascading - What Does it Mean?
CSS stands for cascading style sheets, so the cascade is a critical part. This document explains the cascade and how it works. This is part 4 of lesson one of the CSS Short Course.

Check Links with Dreamweaver
You can use Dreamweaver to check the pages on your Web site for broken links, external links, and orphan pages.

Create Your Own Dreamweaver Shortcuts
Dreamweaver is very customizable and one easy way to customize Dreamweaver is to create keyboard shortcuts for the commands and actions you do all the time. Use custom Dreamweaver keyboard shortcuts to make your work easier and more efficient.

Explaining the Document Type Definition (DTD)
Explaining the document type definition is not a simple process. This page offers synopsis of lessons that will teach you the fundamentals of the DTD. This is a group of tutorials and informational articles that explains how the DTD validation files work in XML and how to use them.

Web Typography: Getting the Most Out of Your Fonts
Before CSS there were font tags to style the typography on a Web page, but now CSS allows you to separate how your fonts look from the actual text of the page, providing powerful tools for Web typography.

Accesskey Attribute - Forms and Accesskey - Links and Accesskey
The accesskey attribute is a powerful accessibility tool in your Web toolbox, as it lets you set up keyboard shortcuts for links and form fields on your page. If you're creating a Web application, this is one more trick to make your application look and act more like an offline application.

CSS Styles Languages - Non-English Text and CSS - Language Direction and Unicode-bidi Bi-directional Algorithm
When working with Web pages, you need to be aware of both the language your Web site is written in and the language encoding used by your customers. CSS can help affect the style of your text and determine the direction and how it works within Unicode.

What is a Podcast? Podcasting MP3s Internet Broadcasting
There are many misconceptions about what a podcast is. This article will teach you what a podcast is, why it's called a podcast, and give you references to start your own podcast.

Don't Use Nested Tables - They Slow Your Web Pages Down
Nested tables are tables that enclose other tables. But by putting one table inside another, you slow the download time of the entire page. Learn why you shouldn't use nested tables in your web page documents and how to convert nested tables to other, faster loading, elements.

Improve Web Designs - What You Must Know About Graphic Design to Build Web Pages
Many Web designers don\'t have a background in graphic design when they start working on pages. But you can still learn the basics of good design. And these tips will help you to think like a graphic designer.

What Kind of Web Designer Should You Become?
The great thing about becoming a Web designer is that it can mean so many different things. Some Web designers do nothing but work in Photoshop all day, while others work on databases. It\'s possible to write for the Web or build the pages but not the design. And as always, you can freelance and do it all.

Tutorials to Learn XML - Lesson 1
A synopsis of lessons that will teach you the fundamentals of XML. This is a group of tutorials and informational articles that will guide you step-by-step through the XML language.

Web Writing: Good Links are Crucial to Have Clear Powerful Web Prose
Web writing is a bit different from writing for print publications, and links are a huge part of that. This article is for beginning and advanced Web developers who want to improve the writing on their Web pages by improving the content of their links.

Learn to Convert HTML to XHTML - Why Switch
With only 6 simple steps you can convert an HTML document into an XHTML document

How to Install WAMP Using an Installer Like AppServ
This article explains how to set up a local web server on your windows machine using the WAMP package AppServ.

What You Need to Write HTML
One of the best things about learning to write HTML is that you don't need much more than a computer to begin writing HTML and building your own web pages. Learn the few things you need to start writing HTML.

Using Cascading Style Sheets to Modify Web Background Colors and Images
Use CSS style elements to change the backgrounds of your Web pages and elements within them. Set up things like watermarks quickly and easily.

What is an IP Address?
IP addresses are the backbone of the internet network. They allow systems to identify and locate one another in a distributed environment. IP addresses are the mailing addresses of the Internet.

How to Get People to Link to Your Site
Getting people to link to your site is an important aspect of promotion. Link love, as it's called, is a way to show you like other people's sites and it's a way to get some SEO support as well as new readers.

Organize Page Layout for Better SEO - Put Important Content First In Your Layout
The order of your HTML can make a big difference in the placement of your pages in search engines. This is because search engines read HTML in a linear fashion, and whatever content comes first is given slightly higher importance by the search engines. So your layout can affect how your site ranks in search engines. By using a CSS layout to put your content layer first in the HTML, you can get better rankings.

6 Things Your Web Designer Wants You to Understand
When you\'re working witn a Web designer, whether freelance or as part of your company, there are some things you should know about the Web and the job of building Web pages that will make it easier for you to work with her.

What is an XML Schema (XSD)
A brief description of the XML Schema or XSD file. Describes the XML Schema and it use as a blueprint for an XML document. Provides a comparison of Schema versus the DTD.

The Dos and Don'ts of an Attribute in an XML Schema
An explanation of the XML schema and attributes. A step-by-step XML schema tutorial explaining in detail the sections involved in writing your first schema. Stepping through the process of creating your first XML schema with sample code and term definitions.

CSS Browser Support - Web Browser Support of CSS 1, CSS 2, and CSS 3
CSS has two official specifications and a third in development. But if you're going to design pages, you need to know what browsers your customers use and what versions of CSS those browsers support. This article can't tell you what your customers use, but it does give a general overview of the CSS support for modern browsers.

Use CSS Instead of Deprecated HTML - CSS Properties for Deprecated HTML
It's one thing to be told to use CSS in place of deprecated HTML, but if you don't know what to use it can be difficult. This article will show you how to use CSS in place of those deprecated tags.

Top 10 CSS Tips for Creating and Using Cascading Style Sheets
Cascading Style Sheets or CSS may seem daunting to beginners, but there are ten simple things you should understand about CSS in order to create style sheets that work and styles that do what you need them to do.

Purpose of XSLT and XML Processing Information
A definition of XSLT and the advantage of using this language. A look at the evolution of XML and the creation of XSLT.

Value-of Element – XSLT Tutorial
An XSLT tutorial that explains the transformation of XML data into a interpretable output stream. A tutorial that provides step-by-step instruction to write XSLT output code. Part three of the series for Breaking Down XSLT.

What is XSL?
A definition of the Extensible Stylesheet Language. An article that defines and describes XSL family of languages. A brief look at schema and their uses to display XML data with links to tutorials and more complete informational sources.

The Relationship between XSL, XSLT and XSL-FO
A description of XML style sheets and specifically XSL, XSLT and XSL-FO. This article discusses the need for style sheets and what each format will do, complete with definitions and links to tutorials.

Free Validating XML Parser
Validating XML parsers are disappearing. Look at some the free parsers still available the offer validating for XML code.

Creating Elements for XML - The Basics
Creating elements in XML allows you flexibility to be creative. When writing XML, you create the element tags that define your data. Learn the basics of element design in XML.

XML Quiz for Beginners
XML quiz for beginners tests you on the basics of coding in XML. Find out how much you really know about this distinctive language.

Rules of XML - XML Tutorial - Adding Child Elements
XML Tutorial that explains the basic rules of writing in XML. Learn to create a well-formed document using XML as a storage component for data.

Rules of XML - XML Tutorial - Adding Data Strings and Comments
XML Tutorial that explains the basic rules of writing in XML. Learn to create a well-formed document using XML as a storage component for data.

The Role of XML in Website Design
Four basic reasons XML works well in the design of web pages. The ease, readability, content application and design functionality make XML a powerful design tool for those looking to start a career in website design.

The Future of XML
A look at current and emerging technologies that use XML and effect the future of XML programming. A brief discussion of XML platforms and processing that covers xHTML, XSLT, xPath and Ajax programming.

Create an XML File with Attributes
A tutorial that describes how to create an XML file and add attributes. The article discusses the use of attributes in XML and the relationship with formatting.

XML and CSS
Formatting files, like CSS, make or break XML code. CSS is a fast and easy way to create a look for your XML code.

Write Simple XLink in XML
A tutorial that explains the function and syntax of XLink. Part two of a two part series that identifies XLink and explains how to use it to create hyperlinks in XML. Article includes sample code and definitions.

Meta Tag Library - Meta Tags for Web Developers
There are lots of meta tags you can use on your web page. Here is a list of the most commonly used ones, what they do, and whether you should use them on your pages or not.

Advanced CSS - Selectors, Font and Text Properties
Learn to use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) selectors to modify fonts and text using font and text properties

How to Install Joomla - You're Done
This step-by-step tutorial will take you through the steps to install a copy of Joomla on your Web server. It takes you through the Joomla installation from download through configuration. When you've completed the tutorial, you'll have installed Joomla. Page 10.

How to Install Joomla - Download Joomla
This step-by-step tutorial will take you through the steps to install a copy of Joomla on your Web server. It takes you through the Joomla installation from download through configuration. When you've completed the tutorial, you'll have installed Joomla. Page 2.

How to Install Joomla - Unpack the Joomla File
This step-by-step tutorial will take you through the steps to install a copy of Joomla on your Web server. It takes you through the Joomla installation from download through configuration. When you've completed the tutorial, you'll have installed Joomla. Page 3.

How to Install Joomla - Create the Joomla Database
This step-by-step tutorial will take you through the steps to install a copy of Joomla on your Web server. It takes you through the Joomla installation from download through configuration. When you've completed the tutorial, you'll have installed Joomla. Page 4.

How to Install Joomla - Run Joomla Installation Program
This step-by-step tutorial will take you through the steps to install a copy of Joomla on your Web server. It takes you through the Joomla installation from download through configuration. When you've completed the tutorial, you'll have installed Joomla. Page 5.

How to Install Joomla - Start Configuring Joomla
This step-by-step tutorial will take you through the steps to install a copy of Joomla on your Web server. It takes you through the Joomla installation from download through configuration. When you've completed the tutorial, you'll have installed Joomla. Page 6.

How to Install Joomla - Set up the Database
This step-by-step tutorial will take you through the steps to install a copy of Joomla on your Web server. It takes you through the Joomla installation from download through configuration. When you've completed the tutorial, you'll have installed Joomla. Page 7.

How to Install Joomla - Set up FTP
This step-by-step tutorial will take you through the steps to install a copy of Joomla on your Web server. It takes you through the Joomla installation from download through configuration. When you've completed the tutorial, you'll have installed Joomla. Page 8.

How to Install Joomla - Administrator Account
This step-by-step tutorial will take you through the steps to install a copy of Joomla on your Web server. It takes you through the Joomla installation from download through configuration. When you've completed the tutorial, you'll have installed Joomla. Page 9.

How to Install Drupal - Requirements to Install Drupal
This step-by-step tutorial will take you through the steps to install a copy of Drupal on your Web server. It takes you through the Drupal installation from download through configuration. When you've completed the tutorial, you'll have installed Drupal.

How to Install Drupal - Download Drupal
This step-by-step tutorial will take you through the steps to install a copy of Drupal on your Web server. It takes you through the Drupal installation from download through configuration. When you've completed the tutorial, you'll have installed Drupal. Page 2.

How to Install Drupal - Unpack the Drupal File
This step-by-step tutorial will take you through the steps to install a copy of Drupal on your Web server. It takes you through the Drupal installation from download through configuration. When you've completed the tutorial, you'll have installed Drupal. Page 3.

How to Install Drupal - Create the Drupal Database
This step-by-step tutorial will take you through the steps to install a copy of Drupal on your Web server. It takes you through the Drupal installation from download through configuration. When you've completed the tutorial, you'll have installed Drupal. Page 4.

How to Install Drupal - Run Drupal Installation Program
This step-by-step tutorial will take you through the steps to install a copy of Drupal on your Web server. It takes you through the Drupal installation from download through configuration. When you've completed the tutorial, you'll have installed Drupal. Page 5.

How to Install Drupal - Set up the Database
This step-by-step tutorial will take you through the steps to install a copy of Drupal on your Web server. It takes you through the Drupal installation from download through configuration. When you've completed the tutorial, you'll have installed Drupal. Page 6.

How to Install Drupal - Set up Administrative Details
This step-by-step tutorial will take you through the steps to install a copy of Drupal on your Web server. It takes you through the Drupal installation from download through configuration. When you've completed the tutorial, you'll have installed Drupal. Page 7.

How to Install Drupal - Configure Your Site
This step-by-step tutorial will take you through the steps to install a copy of Drupal on your Web server. It takes you through the Drupal installation from download through configuration. When you've completed the tutorial, you'll have installed Drupal. Page 8.

How to Install Drupal - You're Done
This step-by-step tutorial will take you through the steps to install a copy of Drupal on your Web server. It takes you through the Drupal installation from download through configuration. When you've completed the tutorial, you'll have installed Drupal. Page 9.

Build a Mailto Form in Nvu - Your Finished Form - Use Nvu to Write a Mailto Form with No Programming
Learn how to use Nvu to create a mailto form that requires no programming to work. When the form is submitted it will be sent by email to your email address. Page 10.

Build a Mailto Form in Nvu - Form Settings - Use Nvu to Write a Mailto Form with No Programming
Learn how to use Nvu to create a mailto form that requires no programming to work. When the form is submitted it will be sent by email to your email address. Page 2.

Build a Mailto Form in Nvu - Basic Form Settings - Use Nvu to Write a Mailto Form with No Programming
Learn how to use Nvu to create a mailto form that requires no programming to work. When the form is submitted it will be sent by email to your email address. Page 3.

Build a Mailto Form in Nvu - Advanced Form Properties - Use Nvu to Write a Mailto Form with No Programming
Learn how to use Nvu to create a mailto form that requires no programming to work. When the form is submitted it will be sent by email to your email address. Page 4.

Build a Mailto Form in Nvu - Add Your First Form Field - Use Nvu to Write a Mailto Form with No Programming
Learn how to use Nvu to create a mailto form that requires no programming to work. When the form is submitted it will be sent by email to your email address. Page 5.

Build a Mailto Form in Nvu - Form Field Settings - Use Nvu to Write a Mailto Form with No Programming
Learn how to use Nvu to create a mailto form that requires no programming to work. When the form is submitted it will be sent by email to your email address. Page 6.

Build a Mailto Form in Nvu - Form Field Type - Use Nvu to Write a Mailto Form with No Programming
Learn how to use Nvu to create a mailto form that requires no programming to work. When the form is submitted it will be sent by email to your email address. Page 7.

Build a Mailto Form in Nvu - Edit the Other Form Field Settings - Use Nvu to Write a Mailto Form with No Programming
Learn how to use Nvu to create a mailto form that requires no programming to work. When the form is submitted it will be sent by email to your email address. Page 8.

Build a Mailto Form in Nvu - Don't Forget the Submit Form - Use Nvu to Write a Mailto Form with No Programming
Learn how to use Nvu to create a mailto form that requires no programming to work. When the form is submitted it will be sent by email to your email address. Page 9.

Define a Remote Server in Dreamweaver CS5 - Define Your Hosting Provider for Your Website in Dreamweaver CS5
Dreamweaver CS5 makes it easy to setup a new website - all you need is your site name and a directory on your hard drive. But when you want to upload your site to your hosting provider, you need to add in a remote server to the site settings. Learn how easy it is to add in a remote server to your Dreamweaver CS5 website and define your hosting provider for uploading your pages to your host.

Define a Remote Server in Dreamweaver CS5 - Define Your Hosting Provider for Your Website in Dreamweaver CS5
Dreamweaver CS5 makes it easy to setup a new website - all you need is your site name and a directory on your hard drive. But when you want to upload your site to your hosting provider, you need to add in a remote server to the site settings. Learn how easy it is to add in a remote server to your Dreamweaver CS5 website and define your hosting provider for uploading your pages to your host. Page 2.

Define a Remote Server in Dreamweaver CS5 - Define Your Hosting Provider for Your Website in Dreamweaver CS5
Dreamweaver CS5 makes it easy to setup a new website - all you need is your site name and a directory on your hard drive. But when you want to upload your site to your hosting provider, you need to add in a remote server to the site settings. Learn how easy it is to add in a remote server to your Dreamweaver CS5 website and define your hosting provider for uploading your pages to your host. Page 3.

Define a Remote Server in Dreamweaver CS5 - Define Your Hosting Provider for Your Website in Dreamweaver CS5
Dreamweaver CS5 makes it easy to setup a new website - all you need is your site name and a directory on your hard drive. But when you want to upload your site to your hosting provider, you need to add in a remote server to the site settings. Learn how easy it is to add in a remote server to your Dreamweaver CS5 website and define your hosting provider for uploading your pages to your host. Page 4.

How to Set Up Multiple Servers for Diverse Workflows in Dreamweaver CS5
Dreamweaver CS5 adds the ability to add multiple servers to one site definition. This allows you to do testing of your website in one location and the load the finalized files to the live server in another location. Dreamweaver CS5 allows web designers to use more complex workflows right within the editor.

How to Set Up Multiple Servers for Diverse Workflows in Dreamweaver CS5 - Define the Servers
Dreamweaver CS5 adds the ability to add multiple servers to one site definition. This allows you to do testing of your website in one location and the load the finalized files to the live server in another location. Dreamweaver CS5 allows web designers to use more complex workflows right within the editor. Page 2.

How to Set Up Multiple Servers for Diverse Workflows in Dreamweaver CS5 - Basic Server Settings
Dreamweaver CS5 adds the ability to add multiple servers to one site definition. This allows you to do testing of your website in one location and the load the finalized files to the live server in another location. Dreamweaver CS5 allows web designers to use more complex workflows right within the editor. Page 3.

How to Set Up Multiple Servers for Diverse Workflows in Dreamweaver CS5 - Advanced Server Settings
Dreamweaver CS5 adds the ability to add multiple servers to one site definition. This allows you to do testing of your website in one location and the load the finalized files to the live server in another location. Dreamweaver CS5 allows web designers to use more complex workflows right within the editor. Page 4.

How to Set Up Multiple Servers for Diverse Workflows in Dreamweaver CS5 - Verify All Servers are On Your List
Dreamweaver CS5 adds the ability to add multiple servers to one site definition. This allows you to do testing of your website in one location and the load the finalized files to the live server in another location. Dreamweaver CS5 allows web designers to use more complex workflows right within the editor. Page 5.

How to Set Up Multiple Servers for Diverse Workflows in Dreamweaver CS5 - Connect to Servers in the Files Pane
Dreamweaver CS5 adds the ability to add multiple servers to one site definition. This allows you to do testing of your website in one location and the load the finalized files to the live server in another location. Dreamweaver CS5 allows web designers to use more complex workflows right within the editor. Page 6.

Taking Great Pictures for Websites - Web Photography
Taking photos for your website is very important - but you can completely destroy the effect if your photos are bad. Make sure that your photos are saying what you want them to say.

Displaying HTML - How the Displaying HTML is Different from the Actual HTML
It can be difficult to understand that what you type in a Web editor is often very different from what displays on the Web browser. Learn to tell the difference between HTML and Web pages. Page 2.

HTML Codes - Special Characters for Punctuation and Other Characters - Punctuation HTML Codes
HTML codes to put Punctuation characters on your Web page.

Reader's Choice 2010 - Best Use of Images - Abiding Art
Nominee for the About.com Reader's Choice 2010 Award: Best Use of Images in a Web Design. Page 2.

Reader's Choice 2010 - Best Reseller Hosting Provider - Dathorn
Nominee for the About.com Reader's Choice 2010 Award: Best Reseller Hosting Provider.

Reader's Choice 2010 - Best Windows Web Editor - Expression Web
Nominee for the About.com Reader's Choice 2010 Award: Best Windows Web Editor. Page 3.

HTML 5 Reference - HTML 5 Tags Alphabetically
A listing of all the HTML 5 tags in alphabetical order.

HTML Language Codes - XHTML Language Codes - ISO 639-1 Standard Language Codes
ISO 639-1 standard language codes for use in XHTML and HTML.

Sample Input Fields - Examples of the INPUT Tag in HTML Forms
The HTML form input tag has many different ways of displaying. These are some examples of the input tag and how it looks on web pages.

Initial Caps - Examples
Learn how to use CSS to create fancy initial caps for your paragraphs. There is even a simple image replacement technique to use a graphical image for your initial cap. This is a page of examples of how these CSS techniques look.

Styling HR Tags with CSS - Examples of Styled Horizontal Lines with the HR Tag
See examples of how the HR tag looks when styles are added to the HR tag.

Browser Safe Colors
Use browser safe colors to be sure that your Web page will look the same on most monitors

CSS System Color Keywords
CSS allows you to integrate your CSS styled documents into your users' environment using system color keywords.

Why Use a WYSIWYG HTML Editor
Why a What You See Is What You Get editor is better and worse than a text HTML editor. Page 2.

Build a Basic Web Page
There are only a few basic HTML tags to learn to write a basic HTML Web page.

How to View the HTML Source in Internet Explorer
Viewing the HTML source is one of the easiest ways to learn how someone did something on a web page. And imitation of HTML source is a great way to learn HTML. This how to shows how to view the source in Internet Explorer

How to Get Scanned Photos onto a Web Page - Put Photos on Your Web Site
Take your photos, scan them, resize them, and put them on your Web pages.

How to Add an Image to Your Web Page
Adding an image to your Web page requires only one HTML tag. In fact, it is often harder to get the image onto your Web server than it is to add the HTML to get it on your Web page. This tutorial explains how to add an image to your Web page using HTML.

How to Embed a Google Calendar in Your Website - Edit Your Calendar Settings
Once you've created a new calendar you need to edit the features of that calendar like the title, description, time zone and so on. Page 2.

How to Embed a Google Calendar in Your Website - If You Make it Public
Click yes to acknowledge that a public calendar will be searchable by the world. Page 3.

How to Embed a Google Calendar in Your Website - Add Some Events to Your Calendar
Once you have a new calendar, you'll want to add some events. Page 4.

How to Embed a Google Calendar in Your Website - Embed a Basic Calendar
Once you've gotten your calendar built you can embed it exactly as it is. Page 5.

How to Embed a Google Calendar in Your Website - Change Your Embedded Calendar Settings
The embedded calendar is both big and somewhat boring. You can use the embedded calendar helper to change the way it looks. Page 6.

How to Embed a Google Calendar in Your Website - See an Embedded Calendar
This is a screen shot of how an embedded calendar might look on your website. This calendar is not real, and the events listed are for example only. Page 7.

Taking Great Photos for Websites - Consider the Subject
The subject of your photo is important if you're going to have a great photo. Learn techniques to make any subject a better photo subject. Page 2.

Great Product Photos for Websites - Taking Great Website Photos
Many websites have photos of products for sale. Make sure that your product photos are clear and sell the product. Page 3.

Beware Busy Backgrounds - Taking Great Photos for Websites
One way you can tell a novice photographer is by what the backgrounds of their photos look like. Don't focus on just the subject, make sure you see everything that's in the frame, because it's certain your viewers will see it. Page 4.

Lighting Can Ruin a Photo - Taking Great Website Photos
Don't assume that you'll be able to fix any lighting problems in your photo editor. It's better to try to get as good a shot as you can first. Plus, lighting can be very difficult to fix in an editor. Page 5.

Know Your Rights and Obligations - Taking Great Web Photos
There are legal implications to putting up photos on the web. If you know your rights and obligations you'll be better protected against lawsuits. Page 6.

Converting the body Tag to CSS
Most HTML body tags are really ugly - crammed with lots of attributes that can be left off of a well-designed XHTML document.

CSS Media Types - Displaying Pages Differently
Use CSS media types to define different styles for different types of media, such as screen, print, tv, aural and others.

CSS Font Property - Syntax and Use of the CSS Font Property
The CSS font property has a lot of great features that make it easy to use. Plus CSS 2 adds a bunch of additional features that you might not be aware of.

What Font Size Measure to Use
There are a lot of different font sizes to choose from, but to create a great Web page you should think about your choices and make sure that they work for what you're doing. Font typography should be more than simple guesswork.

What Traits Make a Good Freelance Web Designer - Personality Traits of a Professional Freelance Web Designer
Being a freelancer takes a specific set of personality traits to be successful. If you have all or most of these traits, you would make a good freelancer. If you don't and you want to be a freelancer (or are one) you should work on your shortcomings so that you can be more successful as a freelancer.

Profanity Can Be Bad - Web Horror Story
Everyone makes mistakes, it's a fact of humanity. But sometimes Web mistakes can be disastrous, and sometimes they are just funny. I have made some major mistakes in my time as a Web developer, and I'm sure I haven't made my last. This is a story of a mistake made by a Web Design / HTML reader.

Buy a Domain on Network Solutions - Step 3: Network Solutions shows you what you can buy
Even if the version of domain you wanted isn't available, similar ones might be. Page 3.

Buy a Domain on Network Solutions - Step 4: Choose the domain(s) you want to buy
You can buy many different variations of a domain. Page 4.

Buy a Domain on Network Solutions - Step 5: Do you want private registration?
Private registration makes it so that your registered information is hidden. Page 5.

Buy a Domain on Network Solutions - Step 6: Do you want more than the domain?
You can get things like hosting, email, or even a pre-built site from Network Solutions as well. Page 6.

Buy a Domain on Network Solutions - Step 7: Select additional features
Add ons that Network Solutions will sell you. Page 7.

Buy a Domain on Network Solutions - Step 8: Verify your order
Be sure to check that you didn't typo your domain or make some other mistake. Page 8.

Buy a Domain on Network Solutions - Step 9: Enter your payment information and complete the order
Buy your domain. Web Design / HTML. Page 9.

How to Publish Web Pages with Kompozer - Step One: Publish the Page
Kompozer has a built in tool to let you publish your pages to a Web server. And once you've told Kompozer where to publish a file, it will put it there automatically every time. Page 2.

How to Publish Web Pages with Kompozer - Step Two: Set Up Your FTP Server
Kompozer has a built in tool to let you publish your pages to a Web server. And once you've told Kompozer where to publish a file, it will put it there automatically every time. Page 3.

How to Publish Web Pages with Kompozer - Step Three: Page Information
Kompozer has a built in tool to let you publish your pages to a Web server. And once you've told Kompozer where to publish a file, it will put it there automatically every time. Page 4.

How to Publish Web Pages with Kompozer - Step Four: Upload and Test
Kompozer has a built in tool to let you publish your pages to a Web server. And once you've told Kompozer where to publish a file, it will put it there automatically every time. Page 5.

Displaying HTML - How the Displaying HTML is Different from the Actual HTML
It can be difficult to understand that what you type in a Web editor is often very different from what displays on the Web browser. Learn to tell the difference between HTML and Web pages.

Adobe Contribute CS4 Software Review - Review of Adobe Contribute CS4
Contribute is a Web editor for people who don't want to do Web design. This program is best used by content owners after their professional Web designer has handed the site off to them. Find out more about the Contribute Web editor in this review.

Web Editor Review: WebPlus 10 - Web Editor Review
Review of the Web editor WebPlus 10. This product is great if you don't want to learn to be a designer and want a professional site up quickly.

Nvu 1 - Web Editor Review
Nvu is a free Web editing platform available for Windows, Macintosh, and Linux. It is notable because it is a WYSIWYG editor which makes it much easier to use than most text HTML editors.

SeaMonkey 1.1 - Web Editor Review
SeaMonkey is more than just a Web editor, it's an all-in-one suite of Internet applications. This could be very useful if you want to keep everything together, but as a Web editor it's only middle of the road.

WebPlus X2 Website Maker - Review of the Web Editor WebPlus X2
Review of the Web Editor for Windows: WebPlus X2.

AJAX Definition
Definition of the term AJAX as it relates to Web design and development

hyperlink
Hyperlinks are the links between Web pages.

Definition: CSS Framework
What does the term CSS framework mean and how is it used on websites

Definition: favicon
Definition of favicon or favorites icon

monospace
Definition of monospace type font families

sans-serif
Definition of serif type. Web Design / HTML.

Definition: leading
The definition of the term leading as it applies to Web design and development.

Definition: tracking
Definition of the term tracking as it applies to Web design and development.

dither definition
Definition of the Graphics Term Dither

Definition: Fixed Width Layout
Definition of the term fixed width layout as it applies to Web design.

markup
Explanation of the word markup as it relates to XML and HTML.

WAMP - Definition of the acronym WAMP
A definition of the Web acronym WAMP.

WYSIWYG
What does WYSIWYG mean? Web Design / HTML.

readonly HTML attribute
A description of the HTML attribute readonly. Learn how to make HTML form controls read only so that your users can't change them.

HTML Attributes - src
Explanation of the HTML attribute src and how it applies to various tags.

Backgrounds and CSS - Background Colors, Background Images, Watermarks
Learn how to use CSS to adjust the background images and colors of your Web pages and elements.

How can I create a variable-width container without a table?
The display: table; CSS property is not supported in IE. This means that the only way to get the look of a table with CSS is to use a table.

Why won't my edits show up on my live Web site?
Making changes to your Web site can sometimes not have any affect on your Web site. This is really frustrating.

DHTML Menu Scripts and Programs
The best DHTML menu scripts and builder programs available for download or purchase.

December 23, 2009
My daily design for December 23, 2009. Page 2.

Reader's Choice 2010 - Best Use of Color - Scrub Shop Store
Nominee for the About.com Reader's Choice 2010 Award: Best Use of Color in a Web Design. Page 2.

Reader's Choice 2010 - Best Use of Color - WEBinate
Nominee for the About.com Reader's Choice 2010 Award: Best Use of Color in a Web Design. Page 5.

Examples of Texture in Web Design - See How Texture Affects the Design
See the same web page rendered with various backgrounds to compare how the page looks with and without texture. Page 2.

Examples of Texture in Web Design - See How Texture Affects the Design
See the same web page rendered with various backgrounds to compare how the page looks with and without texture. Page 3.

Examples of Texture in Web Design - See How Texture Affects the Design
See the same web page rendered with various backgrounds to compare how the page looks with and without texture. Page 4.

Examples of Texture in Web Design - See How Texture Affects the Design
See the same web page rendered with various backgrounds to compare how the page looks with and without texture. Page 6.

Examples of Texture in Web Design - See How Texture Affects the Design
See the same web page rendered with various backgrounds to compare how the page looks with and without texture. Page 7.

Examples of Texture in Web Design - See How Texture Affects the Design
See the same web page rendered with various backgrounds to compare how the page looks with and without texture. Page 8.