css wysiwyg

1/11/2013 12:00:00 AM / 00:47:42 PM by Admin

web design css I'm probably not the only user who is instantly turned off when faced with a flashing, multi-colored, animated, garish website with haphazard blocks of print and images. It looks like someone dropped the paint can and splashed the walls. My home page welcomes my readers and has a photo. Then I list in "buttoned" graphs what is behind the tabs in the Navigation Bar. Thumbnails of my two products bookend a list of stores where they are available. At the bottom of the page is a small animated mailbox next to my email address.

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css layout templates

1/13/2013 12:00:00 AM / 10:37:26 AM by Admin

Here are some basics for designing a website that draws in the user, guides the eye to important information and helps the designer's client do business more effectively.

g. SPAN) all have padding, border and margin areas. With many of the elements, in the default situation, the padding and/or border and/or margin may not be present. Note If you cannot see the code or if you think anything is missing (broken link, image absent), just contact me at forchatrans@yahoo. com. That is, contact me for the slightest problem you have about what you are reading. Giving the Cursor a Shape To give a cursor a shape, you need a cursor/value pair in the declaration block for the CSS rule of the element concerned. The cursor property can take many values. You give the cursor a particular shape by giving a particular value to the cursor property. In this article I give you the names of the values (shapes) and their meanings. When the mouse pointer is over an element (or over the property of the element) the mouse pointer takes the shape, which the value of the cursor property specifies for that element.

css wysiwyg

1/2/2013 12:00:00 AM / 04:28:43 AM by Admin

You may have a rule like this in the HTML Style sheet in the HTML HEAD element body background-image url("myImage. gif") or div background-image url("myImage. gif") background-repeat repeat-x You may have a small image and you want it to repeat itself in the background horizontally from left to right. You have to add another property/value pair; like in div background-image url("myImage. gif"); background-repeat repeat-x The added property is, background-repeat and the value is, repeat-x. The first property/pair has to be there, to download the image. If the image were small, then you would have one long horizontal stripe background image of the repeated small image at the top of the HTML element. repeat-y You may have a small image and you want it to repeat itself in the background vertically from top to bottom. You need this for that body background-image url("myImage. gif"); background-repeat repeat-y The added property is, background-repeat and the value is, repeat-y. The first property/pair has to be there, to download the image.

css table borders

1/4/2013 12:00:00 AM / 11:01:24 PM by Admin

css theme 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.