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HTML From Scratch. 9:1 Forms

Saturday, August 13th, 2011

It can be very useful to have a form on your website. Forms allow users to send feedback, contact information for newsletters, or buy products. Some forms allow users to upload content to the website: for example, an avatar on a social networking website. Most web forms are processed by scripts on the server written […]

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CSS From Scratch. 8:2 Background images.

Wednesday, August 10th, 2011

Many experts agree that it is best to include images in your web page using CSS. This makes it easier to edit them later, and maintains the separation of concerns (CSS used only for appearance, HTML used only for semantic markup). Others disagree, and say that it is better for accessibility to use HTML <img> […]

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