Images for the Web

mages made the web boom. In its early days, the World Wide Web was about colleagues sharing scientific papers written in text so dry it would make Shakespeare weep. If it wasn’t for the simple img element, a once nonstandard bit of HTML proposed by Marc Andreessen and coded into the now-relic Mosaic browser, we’d [...]

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Challenges in Web Design

eveloping a new version of a browser once took a year; now, browser companies update their products every couple of months. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the web standards body, frequently updates its recommendations on how browsers should work. Users are no longer chained to the desktop; they can access the Web on their [...]

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Styling with CSS

hen we get ready each day, we don’t change our internal organs to get ready for the day. No, we just change our clothes. Changing a website design should be as easy as changing a set of clothes. Imagine you’re designing a website that consists of twenty pages, and you want to change design elements [...]

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Understanding HTML

he Internet is full of content. Pretty much everything you can think of is waiting for you to see, and it was all put there by people like you and me. You too can take an active role in creating content for the web. HTML is the key to getting your ideas out there for [...]

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