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Sunday, May 31, 2009

Basics of XHTML Form Controls

XHTML Basics - Part 15 This is part 15 of my series XHTML Basics. In this part of the series I talk about XHTML Form Controls. If you do not know the meaning of XHTML Form Controls, then read part 14, which is the previous part of the series. Input Controls A group of XHTML Form Controls can be classified as INPUT Controls. INPUT is the tag or element name. Common Input controls are the Text Input, Password, Check Box, Radio Button and the Hidden Input Control elements. If you do not know what... Sign in to see full entry.

Monday, May 25, 2009

XHTML Common Input Controls

XHTML Basics - Part 14 This is part 14 of my series XHTML Basics. The XHTML Form has a similar purpose to paper Form you fill in offices. The XHTML Form is part of a web page. The XHTML Form has a button called the submit button. After finished filling the Form, you click the submit button. When you click the submit button, all the information, called the data set, entered into the Form is sent to a server. The server can be a web server, a mail server or some other server. At the server, there... Sign in to see full entry.

HTML Link Rectangle

Introduction You might have noticed that some link elements on web pages have rectangular borders. Examples of these are those that lead you to the next or previous web page. The link element actually exists with a rectangle around it. In this article I show you things you can do with the rectangle. You need basic know in HTML and CSS to understand this article. HTML Element Rectangle Actually, every HTML element exists as a rectangular box. Surrounding any element is the margin, which is always... Sign in to see full entry.

Covering A Web Page With a Semi-Transparent Pane

Web Page Curtain Introduction On the net, you might be working on a web page and you take a decision on it, suddenly you see the whole page covered by a semi-transparent colored pane. This transparent pane may have a small Form, which you must fill and click the OK button before the pane will go away for you to carry on working with your normal web page. Such panes usually appear for the purpose of protection. When the pane appears you cannot type or click or do anything on the page. You must... Sign in to see full entry.

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Designing Web Page for Printing

Printing on Single Sheets of Paper Introduction When somebody reads a web page that he finds interesting, he might want to be coming back to the web page; he might also consider the web page as a reference. So, he might want to print the page so that he would be showing it to his friends or colleagues, during occasions, when he is not hooked up to the Internet. On the other hand he might not have money to be paying Internet bills always; he might not be connected to the Internet or he might not... Sign in to see full entry.

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