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Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Making a High Resolution Web Page print on a Normal Paper

Introduction You have the following available computer screen resolutions: 800 X 600, 1024 X 768, 1152 X 864, 1280 X 960, and 1280 X 1024. If you design your web page with dimensions in pixels for the 800 X 600 resolution almost everything on the web page would be printed on your normal paper, when you execute the Print command of your browser; there may be little or no vertical right stripe truncation. If you design your web page with dimensions in pixels for any of the higher resolution, when... Sign in to see full entry.

Knowing the Resolution of the User’s Screen

With JavaScript Introduction If you have the Yahoo mail account, you might have noticed that Yahoo offers two different web pages for the same page information. What interests us in this article is that the two web pages have different screen resolutions. At the long run you are served the page that suits your resolution, after the resolution of your screen has been determined by code. In this article, I show you how to use JavaScript to determine the screen resolution of the client’s computer... Sign in to see full entry.

HTML Boolean Attributes and JavaScript

Introduction After completing your course in HTML, JavaScript and the HTML DOM you might still find difficulties in using HTML Boolean attributes. You might have the following questions: What are really Boolean HTML Attributes? Do you need Boolean Attributes with CSS? How do you use Boolean attributes with JavaScript and the DOM? I answer all these questions in this article. You should have basic knowledge in HTML, JavaScript and HTML DOM in order to understand this article. This article is... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, June 12, 2009

Style Sheet

Basics of CSS2 – Part 2 Introduction This is part 2 of my series, Basics of CSS2. In this part, we shall look at the main characteristics of what is called a style sheet. If you have not read the first part of the series, read it, as this is the continuation. Rule Set A Rule Set or simply Rule, or statement is what gives presentation to an HTML element. In the previous part of the series, we have the following start tags for three HTML elements: <body style="background-color:black"> <h1... Sign in to see full entry.

Getting Started with CSS2

Basics of CSS2 – Part 1 Preamble Cascaded Style Sheet abbreviated CSS is the next language you learn after HTML or XHTML. While HTML (XHTML) deals with the functionality of the web page, CSS deals with the presentation of the web page. Functionality means whether or not the web page operates. Presentation means the esthetic (beauty) of the page, size of HTML elements and positions of HTML elements. To achieve this presentation, CSS has a very large set of properties and values in different... Sign in to see full entry.

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