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Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Guide to HTML Layout

Introduction Layout means where you place what. From a technical point of view it also means what element do you use for a purpose and where. A containing block is a containing element. A containing element is an element that can house other HTML elements. Normally you would partition your web page with containing elements. Inside each Containing element you have to put small HTML elements. This article gives you a guide on how to place the small elements in the containing block. In this blog, I... Sign in to see full entry.

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Hosting your Web Site

XHTML Basics - Part 18 Introduction This is part 18 and the last part of the series, XHTML Basics. In this part of the series I tell you how to copy your web pages from your computer to the server, for worldwide view. The World Wide Web The World Wide Web abbreviated, WWW is a network (connection) of computers all over the world. It is also called the Internet. Each of these computers is called a Host. Some of these computers are serving others. The ones that are serving are called servers. The... Sign in to see full entry.

Guide to XHTML Layout in Containing Blocks

XHTML Basics - Part 17 Introduction This is part 17 of my series, XHTML Basics. A containing block is a containing element. A containing element is an element that can house other XHTML elements. Normally you would partition your web page with containing elements. Inside each Containing element you have to put small XHTML elements. This article gives you a guide on how to place the small elements in the containing element. Toward the end of the article, I talk about partitioning your web page.... Sign in to see full entry.

Saturday, June 6, 2009

Layout with DIVs instead of Frames for HTML

Introduction Search Engines do not work well with frames in web pages. However, frames offer a good way to have large area layouts in a web page. There are popular layouts by frames. In this article I show you how to achieve these popular layouts using DIV elements. If you implement the knowledge from this article, search engines will work with your web page without the problem posed by frames. In case you do not know, a DIV element is a containing element. It can take almost all the elements... Sign in to see full entry.

Designing an XHTML Form

XHTML Basics - Part 16 Introduction This is part 16 of my series XHTML Basics. If you are new to XHTML coding, then I suggest you read the previous two parts before this one. The titles of the previous two parts are XHTML Basic Input Controls and Basics of XHTML Form Controls, respectively. In this part of the series, I talk about a simple layout of the Form Controls and how to send the Form content (data set) to its ultimate destination. Simple Layout Note that in a Form, for each control,... Sign in to see full entry.

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