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1/28/2013 12:00:00 AM / 10:23:11 PM by Admin

css ninja You may have to look around for the right tools, though. Attached to this article are a series of images that illustrate the process more clearly. Part One Gather Resources The website design we're going to create will be similar to the first illustration attached to this article. To get going, you need only one thing (other than your software) - an image or graphic that you want to feature in the header of your site. I'll be using an image that I picked up on ClanTemplates. com in their Renders gallery. Part Two Block it Out Before we do anything else, we need to make a "sketch" of where we want to place the parts of our site. 1 Open a new canvas (File, New) sized about 550 x 500 pixels. It should be RGB color with a white background. 2 Set your foreground color to black. Using your rounded rectangle shape tool, create several "blocks" to match the general layout shown in Illustration 2.

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1/28/2013 12:00:00 AM / 00:16:32 AM by Admin

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Navigation Menu A very important feature on our website should be the navigation menu. This menu is basically a list to all the pages on your site. The last thing you want your visitor to do is stumble their way through your pages. This will just make everything very confusing, and I guarantee you that the person visiting your website will quickly move on to something else. A good navigation menu will have links to every main category page of your website. You can choose to include subcategories in this list as well, but if you are aiming to keep it simple and clean, listing every subcategory is not always necessary. You don't have to use a complex navigational menu to get the job done. I find that simple and straightforward links is all it takes. I'd rather find a link quickly, rather than waiting for a slow and intense graphic or drop down menu to appear. So think wisely, stay simple. Remember, you can always step up to some really cool looking menus once you learn the ins and outs of web design.

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1/29/2013 12:00:00 AM / 06:35:10 PM by Admin

The first section reads appearance and modules. The appearance tab should be highlight in blue. The second section reads select theme, change layout, advanced edit, and CSS. The third section should be a list of current themes. If only two sections are visible in the panel, then the module section has probably been selected and is highlighted in blue. How To Customize Your Myspace 2. 0 Profile View Control Panel At this point, your current myspace page with the customize control panel above it should be viewable. The control panel should have three sections visible. The first section reads appearance and modules. The appearance tab should be highlight in blue. The second section reads select theme, change layout, advanced edit, and CSS.

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1/19/2013 12:00:00 AM / 04:38:22 PM by Admin

css bold font These are the languages commonly used in custom web design and documentation. These languages are used to format the content of the websites. CSS is used for style and designing of the web pages. W3C or world wide web consortium is a well known standard which maintains this language. The purpose behind introducing this language is to present the different aspects and content of web page in presentable and sequence order. W3C CSS based web application development has many benefits.