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1/19/2013 12:00:00 AM / 07:25:24 AM by Admin

p css Another is the sidebar that can take hyperlinks. The other takes the main content of the web page. The last one is the footer. The success of this partitioning is thanks to the CSS Fixed Positioning feature. header position fixed; width 100%; height 15%; top 0; left 0; border solid 1px blue sidebar position fixed; width 20%; height 75%; top 15%; left 0; border solid 1px blue main position fixed; width 80%; height 75%; top 15%; left 20%; border solid 1px blue footer position fixed; width 100%; height 10%; top 90%; left 0; border solid 1px blue Hearder Sidebar for links Main Content goes here Footer Try the above code. If you add the percentage values for the different DIVs you will have 100% for the total width or height of the client area; this avoids overlapping of the DIVs. The above web page would have very little content. If you want a lot of content, then you would include scroll bars for one or more of the DIVs. The following code is a repetition of the above, but with scroll bars. The "overflow scroll" property and value have been used for this. header position fixed; width 100%; height 15%; top 0; left 0; border solid 1px blue; overflow scroll sidebar position fixed; width 20%; height 75%; top 15%; left 0; border solid 1px blue; overflow scroll main position fixed; width 80%; height 75%; top 15%; left 20%; border solid 1px blue; overflow scroll footer position fixed; width 100%; height 10%; top 90%; left 0; border solid 1px blue; overflow scroll Hearder Sidebar for links Main Content goes here Footer Try this code.

If you want a foreground color of blue, for a DIV element, you will type div color blue or div color 0000FF The first rule above has the name of the color and the second rule has the corresponding color code.

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1/19/2013 12:00:00 AM / 04:26:35 AM by Admin

In the above example the element concerned is the Paragraph element.

Problem with Height When designing your web page, you naturally can determine what the width of a containing element would be. However you usually would not know how deep the containing element would be, since you would not know in advance how much text and small elements the element would take. When designing a web page, whether you are using pixels or percentage, if you do not give a height value to an image or any element, the browser will give you the corresponding or appropriate height. So avoid giving a height value to any image or HTML element in your design. Computer Screen Resolution The pixel is the smallest dot that can be displayed on a computer screen. When you have a colorful picture on the screen, it is made up of pixel dots of different colors.

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1/23/2013 12:00:00 AM / 05:44:43 AM by Admin

For official company websites designed to sell products, you need to have your customer be viewing what you have to offer the fastest. Therefore, you don't want them to have to preload 40 images when the page loads, every single time. Loading images for HTML-designed rollover scripts will get the job done, however it does it in a manner which is unacceptable if you are targeting a vast array of people; vast arrays of people have a large variety of different internet connections. Not everyone has T1 and can view sites instantaneously, despite the number of images. So what should I use? Pure-CSS navigational menus are the best, typically in the vertical format. That is a separate issue, but I will discuss it a bit here Vertical menus tend to be more effective seeing as they have the additional expandability that you do not get with fixed-width horizontal menus. Not to mention, there is no worrying about screen resolution or horizontal scrolling, as it is all done along the side of the screen and not across it. If you ever want to add a menu link to a vertical navbar done with pure-CSS, it is as easy as adding a list item to your HTML markup. How do I do it? First of all, what is it? The best and most common way to tell if a navbar is pure-CSS or HTML is to attempt to highlight any text included; if it is actual text done with HTML/CSS (highlightable), it is pure-CSS. If it is an image and drags when one attempts to highlight it, it is most likely an HTML rollover script. Normally, CSS navbars feature colored blocks with pure text that one can mouseover, and the color will change.

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2/1/2013 12:00:00 AM / 10:13:44 PM by Admin

css showingoswd. org/ and download a free CSS web template. Together with the template and the information you learn from either the W3schools site or a web design book, begin practicing CSS. Take apart the web page you downloaded and put it back together. Study how the author did what he did, and then try to design your own. Be creative, and if you feel like adding many different things, go for it. If you only use HTML for Myspace or emails, then you'll never need a firm grasp of CSS. But if you develop or want to develop your own websites, CSS isn't just a necessity, but both a sign of knowledge and skill, and a ticket to do much more than any of your HTML-using counterparts. WordPress - Creating and Using Your Own CSS Style in a Theme WordPress uses themes and templates for the layout. Themes that are already made with CSS Styles built in. But often you may need some more styles to help things stand out.