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Side-Scrolling Portfolio Layout
Side-Scrolling Portfolio Layout
We'll learn how to create a side-scrolling portfolio layout.
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The structure of a XHTML document
The structure of a XHTML document
The structure of a XHTML document is slightly more different than a standard HTML. You will have certain parts in XHTML such as doc type"s and xml properties that HTML doesn"t have, there"s ultimatelty the same type of code kanguage, but with changes. Int this tutorial you will learn about HTML, XHTML and there differences and the overall structure of both.
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Tables: Friend or Foe?
Tables: Friend or Foe?
Are those persky tables friend or foe? Learn how to use them, when to use them and why!
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7 Usability Guidelines for Websites on Mobile Devices
7 Usability Guidelines for Websites on Mobile Devices
More and more mobile phones users are browsing and searching the Internet on their handsets. The UK, for example, has neared saturation for mobile phones and many handset browsers can now handle sites designed for viewing on computers.
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How to Create a Mobile Site with MoFuse
How to Create a Mobile Site with MoFuse
MoFuse is a service that lets you convert basically any site with a RSS feed, to a mobile site hosted by MoFuse. You can customize the design, setup your very own domain, and even add advertising to the mobile version of your site. This is a great option if you don't feel comfortable hosting your mobile site yourself. And the best part is, MoFuse supports both traditional mobile phones, and the iPhone, which is really cool.
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How to Build a Maintainable Site using CushyCMS and Twitter
How to Build a Maintainable Site using CushyCMS and Twitter
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.
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HTML: Favicons Explained
HTML: Favicons Explained
Wondered what that small logo next to a website URL is on your browser. This tutorial will explain all!
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Choosing a DOCTYPE
Choosing a DOCTYPE
Ever wondered which DOCTYPE you should be using?
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Beginner Web Design Tutorial
Beginner Web Design Tutorial
Tutorial for web design beginners about the internet, IP, severs, clients, domain names, DNS, websites and source code.
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6 Easy Ways to Improve Your HTML Emails
6 Easy Ways to Improve Your HTML Emails
6 Easy Ways to Improve Your HTML Emails
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HTML charset (character sets and character encoding)
HTML charset (character sets and character encoding)
Every web page has character encoding. Get it wrong, and characters on your web page may not appear properly when others are viewing it (especially characters from foreign languages). Learn how to use proper character encoding on your web page to avoid this problem.
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HTML Tables
HTML Tables
Learn how to create and use HTML tables. Downloadable PDF is available.
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How to Use Amazon S3 & Firefox To Serve Static Files
How to Use Amazon S3 & Firefox To Serve Static Files
It turned out to be really easy to use S3 like a giant, unlimited host, and I've been using it ever since for high-access, or heavy files like podcasts for FreelanceSwitch, images for blogs, and even for sending files to clients. In this tutorial I'll show you how with just Firefox you can turn S3 into your own personal content delivery network. It's super simple, even I could do it!
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Cross Browser Development
Cross Browser Development
Developing and designing websites can be hard enough just coming up with a successful design, layout, and construction, but how will your site hold up in 1 of the millions of browsers out there? Here are a few tips that you can follow to help make your next website design/development faster and easier.
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How Fast does your Site Load?
How Fast does your Site Load?
The not so complete consensus on the internet is that a web page needs to load in around 4 seconds or less before you can start to lose visitors. Some visitors will sit and wait no matter how long the site takes to load, but on average if your pages are climbing past that 4 second mark then you could be losing impatient visitors.
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