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1/12/2013 12:00:00 AM / 02:44:18 AM by Admin

css image background If we had used the Percentage for the DIV, it would have been relative (measured with respect to) the width of the containing element, BODY. Note the BODY element does not really have a containing element, while the other elements (DIV, Paragraph, SPAN, etc. ) do. So to give padding to an element, use the property name "padding", followed by a colon, and then value and unit, in the CSS rule. If you do not give an element a padding value, the browser chooses one for you. What the browser chooses is usually OK. The problem is that different browsers may choose different values, for the same property and for the same element. The Border Property To give the border property, you need the property name, border, followed by a colon and then a three-in-one value. The three-in-one value consists of the border-style, the width of the border and the color of the border. The individual values of the three-in-one are separated by spaces. The above code illustrates this.

Now the characteristic (name of presentational feature) is called a Property of the style, and the actual characteristic is called the Value of the property. So, we talk about two values in an HTML tag an attribute value as a whole and the value of a property in the style attribute. From now henceforth we shall be using the word, property, when we mean the name of the presentational feature and the phrase "property value" (or its variation or simply, value) when we mean the actual presentational feature. A property and its value (property value) are called a property/value pair. Each property must be separated from its value by a colon. In the example above, background-color is a property and its value is blue; these two are separated by a colon.

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1/18/2013 12:00:00 AM / 00:24:01 AM by Admin

We are going to attach the stylesheet from step 2 so we can use the id we just made. To attach the style sheet put this line in the tag of your HTML page It's a good idea to link an external style sheet because that way if you ever need to change anything you just edit one css style sheet instead of opening every page or doing a find and replace. It can save you a lot of headaches down the line. Now that the sheet is attached, we can use the menu id. To apply it to the menu, go to the line of code where you made the menu links in step 1. Above it put a div tag which has the menu id applied to it, and close the tag below the menu.

Whether your "nav bar" is on the side or you decide to use menus tabs at the top of the page they should be easy to read and navigate. I prefer menu tabs at the top of the page because they will be the first thing a visitor will see. Clean Layout Do not be afraid to use white space to keep your site clean and spacious. A lot of websites cram so much text and graphics into their page the visitor can become somewhat overwhelmed. Of course, many of these sites are professionally designed and because of the sheer volume of product a company has to offer they cover the page with tons of graphics and long pages. Unless you deal with a volume of products like Amazon.

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1/27/2013 12:00:00 AM / 06:40:37 AM by Admin

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1/22/2013 12:00:00 AM / 08:16:30 PM by Admin

table width css 4. An effective e-commerce site should be able to understand and empathise, and respond to the customers demands. 5. The web page should be communicative enough so that it can deliver the very idea of the purpose of your site. 6. Navigation should be simple enough so that the visitor gets everything in front of the eyes. One should not be looking for the menus all around the website. 7. Standard CSS, tags, and a clean code structure and a fiter search options are mandatory. 8. A secured check out process, with the option of multiple payment gateways, a dynamic product catalogue at the administrative end with no hidden charges are the important elements that top the list.