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HTML From Scratch. 7:1 iframes

Sunday, August 7th, 2011

In this lesson we return to HTML to cover a few more important element types. The first of these is the iframe. Iframe stands for inline frame, and iframes are like rectangular windows in a web page, within which another web page can be displayed. This allows you to incorporate portions of other websites within […]

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CSS From Scratch. 6:1 Positioning: the display property.

Sunday, August 7th, 2011

CSS allows us to move elements around the page, and even stack elements on top of each other. We can control the dimensions and positions of elements at the pixel level. This is one of the most significant advantages of using CSS for presentation rather than HTML attributes. Elements in CSS largely fall into two […]

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CSS From Scratch 4:2 Syntax

Friday, August 5th, 2011

The asterisk is known as the star selector, or wildcard. It just means “everything” and can be very useful in CSS. * { border: 1px solid red; } This example selected all of the elements in your html document at once, and told the browser to give them all a red border, one pixel wide […]

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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. 2:2 Lists

Friday, August 5th, 2011

Lists are very important in HTML, and are a little more complicated. There are two basic types of lists: Ordered lists have UPPER or lower case letters, numbers or roman numerals. This can be specified using HTML attribute and value pairs, but is best done with CSS. You can also start your list from a […]

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