A presentation by K—
In what hopefully will become a series, I’ll be showing the basics of HTML. It is the most basic primer I could think of so if you already know it you’ll likely be bored. But for those just starting, it might well do to get you off on the right foot.
Another installment in the I’ve got just the thing here….somewhere series.
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You would think, being a person that codes and works with web pages all the time, I would have most of these memorized, but it seems I am always googling for entities.
Facing the reality that any image can be stolen is hard, but there are methods you can use to discourage theft.
One of the most common causes of IE-related quirkiness is failure to use a proper doctype. This throws IE into Quirks mode…a mode designed to help old, non-compliant docs still render nicely. The downside is it can cause proper code to act, well, quirky.
The Information SuperHighway, much like our RealLifetm roadways, should display signs to give folks an idea of where they are going.
Accessibility is vital in web design. Whether viewing your site via a conventional browser, handheld device, text browser, or other user agent, visitors need to feel welcome and the more you accommodate them, the more likely they are to choose your site over that of a competitor.