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CSS From Scratch. 8:1 Pseudoclasses

Wednesday, August 10th, 2011

The commonest use of pseudoclasses is to add styles for different states of an anchor (link) element. This includes the hover state – when the mouse hovers over an element, the style changes. Internet Explorer only recognises hover on an anchor tag, but other browsers may allow hover states on any other elements. The basic […]

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HTML From Scratch. 3:1 HTML Attributes

Friday, August 5th, 2011

For links for this lesson (the W3C online validator) see separate sheet. resources HTML elements can take various attribute and value pairs, which tell the browser something extra about how to display the element, or give more information which can be used by web crawlers (Googlebot et al) or assistive devices such as screen readers. We […]

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HTML from Scratch. 2:1 Basic Tags

Friday, August 5th, 2011

HTML tags usually come in pairs, which surround parts of the text on the page. There are a few exceptions which don’t need a closing tag. In this lesson we covered the essential tags which you need to know to “mark up” (put HTML tags into) your web page. Most of these reflect the meaning […]

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