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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Inline and Block-Level Elements

XHTML Basics - Part 12 Introduction This is the twelfth part of my series, XHTML Basics. In this part of the series, we see how elements are positioned on the web page as they are typed. By position here, I am referring to horizontal or vertical placement next to the previously typed element. Normal Flow As you add elements in the BODY element or in a DIV element, the elements fit themselves in a horizontal line. That is, the elements will be displayed in a horizontal line in the browser. If the... Sign in to see full entry.

XHTML SPAN and DIV Elements

XHTML Basics - Part 11 Introduction This is the eleventh part of my series, XHTML Basics. In the previous part of the series, I talked about background colors and foreground colors. I have just published a list of colors that can be displayed by most browsers. The title of the list (article) is “XHTML colors”. Just search for this in my blog and you should see it. In this article, we look at two important elements called the SPAN and the DIV elements. The SPAN Element The SPAN element is an... Sign in to see full entry.

XHTML Colors

In this article, you find a list of colors that can be displayed by most browsers. Below is the color name, the color code and the color itself. You can use the color code in place of the color name in your web page design. Color Name Color Code Color AliceBlue #F0F8FF AntiqueWhite #FAEBD7 Aqua #00FFFF Aquamarine #7FFFD4 Azure #F0FFFF Beige #F5F5DC Bisque #FFE4C4 Black #000000 BlanchedAlmond #FFEBCD Blue #0000FF BlueViolet #8A2BE2 Brown #A52A2A BurlyWood #DEB887 CadetBlue #5F9EA0 Chartreuse... Sign in to see full entry.

Saturday, April 18, 2009

XHTML Style Attribute

XHTML Basics - Part 10 Introduction This is the tenth part of my series, XHTML Basics. Every element that is displayed on the web page, such as the paragraph element, has the attribute called the Style attribute. The value of this attribute gives the color, size, position and other presentational aspects of the element. In this chapter we see how the style attribute can be used to give the background and foreground colors of elements. We shall not look at the other presentational aspects. In the... Sign in to see full entry.

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Guide to Producing HTML Contents for Web Display

Introduction There are web sites over the Internet to which people can submit formatted text. A good example is a web site that allows people to submit articles. A good number of these web sites allow people to submit their text among HTML tags. The HTML tags have the formats (bold, indentation, spacing, justification, etc.). With these sites you do not submit the complete HTML document (which includes the HTML start and end tags, the head element, etc.). You submit only the part of the HTML... Sign in to see full entry.

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