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Learning Basic Css By Letonus Nixon
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Save a lot of work with CSS! In our CSS tutorial you will learn how to use CSS to control the style and layout of multiple Web pages all at once.
Cascading Style Sheets for Beginners By Virginia Peli
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Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a style sheet language used for describing the presentation semantics (the look and formatting) of a document written in a markup language. Its most common application... More > is to style web pages written in HTML and XHTML, but the language can also be applied to any kind of XML document, including plain XML, SVG and XUL. Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< Less
Learn to Design a Website with HTML Examples & Screen Shots By Desmond Ohwofosirai
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WARNING: Don't buy this book if you know you are seriously not interested in programming. It was developed for webmasters and those who want to learn how to develop a website on their own. This... More > handbook contains many selected examples and screen shots- to help you preview your work before trying out the codes. You would certainly get to know all you need to know about HTML just reading this book. This book is a must-read for everyone who want to create a website or learn web design. It is ideal for every reader- young or old, male or female, amateur or experienced. We give you examples in every case and provide you screen shots so you see for yourself, how the code would look on a web browser. So, If you are new to web design, this book is just for you. It has been carefully arranged to meet your needs. Step by step, we teach you everything from html1.0 to html4. I was inspired to write this book while doing online web design training in my blog.< Less
Feature Reference October 2010 spiral By Media Lab
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This guide breaks down into sections covering complete information on the individual SiteGrinder features. It is not meant to be tutorial or task-oriented. We recommend you start with the Getting... More > Started Guide for a feature first and then use the reference guide to round out your knowledge. Topics include: The SiteGrinder User Interface; The SiteGrinder Workflow; Pages Hyperlinks; Buttons and Menus; Mouse Interaction and Animation; Photoshop Techniques Layout; Forms; External Media; Search Engine Optimization (SEO); Content Management Concepts; Galleries; Sites (Local and Remote); Text; Images; The "Control" Add-On; amd The "Commerce" Add-On.< Less
Feature Reference October 2010 spiral By Media Lab
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This guide breaks down into sections covering complete information on the individual SiteGrinder features. It is not meant to be tutorial or task-oriented. We recommend you start with the Getting... More > Started Guide for a feature first and then use the reference guide to round out your knowledge. Topics include: The SiteGrinder User Interface; The SiteGrinder Workflow; Pages Hyperlinks; Buttons and Menus; Mouse Interaction and Animation; Photoshop Techniques Layout; Forms; External Media; Search Engine Optimization (SEO); Content Management Concepts; Galleries; Sites (Local and Remote); Text; Images; The "Control" Add-On; amd The "Commerce" Add-On.< Less
Intro To Web Magic: A Shallow A-To-Z Guide By Adam Winn
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You like computers. You like them so much that you think it would be cool to make websites like Facebook, retire at 25, and spend the rest of your days wiping your sweet patoot with silk and racing... More > Lamborghinis cross country. You’ve considered other ways to make money, and programming seems like it might be fun, but you don’t know how to code - yet. Two possibilities exist for how you’ve landed yourself in this sorry predicament: (1) You’ve never tried to program before because it seemed too hard. (2) You tried before but decided you sucked and it seemed too hard. Pffft. Intro To Web Magic teaches you, in the shallowest way possible, all of the things you need to know about web programming BEFORE you go banging your head against a wall reading nonsensical tutorials.< Less
Secrets of a Web Developer By Peter K. Johnson
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This is a collection of tutorials originally written for my online course in Web Development. They offer a hands-on approach to all the key areas of web development including: The Web and the... More > Internet XHTML markup Page styling with CSS Page layout using CSS SEO - Search Engine Optimization Design Principles Web Marketing An Introduction to JavaScript The book is spiral-bound so it will lay flat while you are working through the tutorials. These tutorials were written for anyone interested in learning how to build web sites. No prior knowledge of HTML or programming is necessary. All you need are basic computer skills, a good understanding of file management, as well as basic typing skills.< Less
Feature Reference October 2010 By Media Lab
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This guide breaks down into sections covering complete information on the individual SiteGrinder features. It is not meant to be tutorial or task-oriented. We recommend you start with the Getting... More > Started Guide for a feature first and then use the reference guide to round out your knowledge. Topics include: The SiteGrinder User Interface; The SiteGrinder Workflow; Pages Hyperlinks; Buttons and Menus; Mouse Interaction and Animation; Photoshop Techniques Layout; Forms; External Media; Search Engine Optimization (SEO); Content Management Concepts; Galleries; Sites (Local and Remote); Text; Images; The "Control" Add-On; amd The "Commerce" Add-On.< Less
Feature Reference October 2010 By Media Lab
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This guide breaks down into sections covering complete information on the individual SiteGrinder features. It is not meant to be tutorial or task-oriented. We recommend you start with the Getting... More > Started Guide for a feature first and then use the reference guide to round out your knowledge. Topics include: The SiteGrinder User Interface; The SiteGrinder Workflow; Pages Hyperlinks; Buttons and Menus; Mouse Interaction and Animation; Photoshop Techniques Layout; Forms; External Media; Search Engine Optimization (SEO); Content Management Concepts; Galleries; Sites (Local and Remote); Text; Images; The "Control" Add-On; amd The "Commerce" Add-On.< Less
WebGUI Designers Guide (B/W) By Steve Swanson
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WebGUI Designers Guide was written with the Web Designer in mind. It was written for an experienced web designer, and assumes you have a working knowledge of HTML and CSS. This book also assumes that... More > you have a basic working knowledge of WebGUI's user interface as described in the WebGUI Content Managers Guide. While some basic references for HTML, CSS, and WebGUI are provided in this book, complete references for those subjects is well beyond the scope of this document. WebGUI was not built to place limitations on you, the designer. In that regard, this book should not limit your creativity. This book is part reference, part tutorial, and part cookbook, but it is by no means a complete guide to everything you can do as a designer. This book's intent is to give you a good understanding of what tools you have at your disposal, how to use them, and provide some examples of how to put them together to make a web site. Ultimately, it's your creativity that makes the site unique and compelling.< Less