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Saturday, July 4, 2009

CSS2 Percentage Reference

Introduction I wrote an article once called, Web Page Design for All Resolutions. In that article I emphasized on the use of the CSS percentage unit where possible, instead of other units like the Pixel. This reference is a follow up on that. The percentage unit for a CSS property is given with respect to some other CSS property. I give you all that relationship in this article. So as you plan to design your web page for all computer screen resolutions, you just come here to know the meaning of... Sign in to see full entry.

Your own code to enlarge and reduce HTML images

Introduction In this article, I show you how to write code that will cause an HTML image to enlarged itself and cause it to reduce itself to its original size. The enlargement and reduction takes place where the image is. If you want to know how to write code that will enlarge the image in a different place on the web page, then read my article called Producing an Image Gallery by Hand. You need basic knowledge in HTML, CSS and JavaScript to understand this article. Note: If you cannot see the... Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

JavaScript for-in Statement

Introduction JavaScript for...in statement. Do you know how to use it? Do you know when to use it? I show you how and when to use it in this article. You need basic knowledge in JavaScript to understand this article. The for Statement We start by looking at the JavaScript for statement, which I assume you already know. The for statement or for loop is normally used for iteration. The syntax for the for statement is: for ([initial-expression]; [condition]; [increment-expression]) { statements }... Sign in to see full entry.

Sunday, June 28, 2009

Basics of CSS Selectors

Basics of CSS2 – Part 14 Introduction This is part 14 of my series, Basics of CSS2. It is the last part of the series. In this part of the series, we say a bit more on selectors. Single Tag Name Selector I have used only one HTML element tag name in most of the selectors that we have seen. When there is only one element tag name without any modification to the tag name, all the HTML elements in the web page, will have the presentation in the declaration block of the CSS rule concerned. The... Sign in to see full entry.

Pseudo-Classes

Basics of CSS2 – Part 13 Introduction This is part 13 of my series, Basics of CSS2. A class of elements is a collection or set of elements. A Pseudo-Class is a class of elements that are in the CSS language and not in the HTML language. The Link Pseudo-Classes The link pseudo-classes apply to the A elements. When a user is using a web page, there are some A elements that he would click, and there are others that he would not click. During the session, he might want to know the A elements that he... Sign in to see full entry.

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