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Understanding The Viewport Meta Tag
Understanding The Viewport Meta Tag
The viewport is the section of the page in view, an example is viewing a web page on a mobile device, if it is zoomed in to display the top left of the page then the viewport has been set to be a certain width. If you can see the entire width of the page but it is zoomed out to fit it all on the screen, then the viewport has been setup to display the full width of the webpage.
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Choosing Dimensions for Your Web Page Layout
Choosing Dimensions for Your Web Page Layout
How to optimize your page layout to look great on a wide range of screen sizes. Discusses fixed and fluid widths, and "above the fold" content.
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Flex Your Images
Flex Your Images
One glaring reason why many developers have chosen fixed-width over elastic sites is because using inline images can destroy the layout of a site - much like a stampede of cattle that repeatedly kick you in the groin. It just isn't fun at all. Sure, you can specify their widths using percentages or ems, but those methods aren't ideal. In such instances, why not try using the background technique?
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Embedding Fonts
Embedding Fonts
To implement special fonts on a web page, your choices are to either use high bandwidth-consuming images or embed the fonts.
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Using the height, width and alt commands instead of images
Using the height, width and alt commands instead of images
Using the height, width and alt commands instead of images
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New ticker made easy
New ticker made easy
Hey guys, I had a hard time finding a very simple tast. So I created this news ticker in HTMl using only 2 very simple java script functions:

First the HTML for the news ticker. ( enter this in the body tag of your HTML document)


After this Enter the code below in the HEAD tag of your HTML file




Thats it!!
Enjoy Please please comment on this. I would really appreciate it.

Its not hard really I have seen so my news ticker codes out there I am not sure why they make it so very complicated.
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