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How to Assure a Well-Formed Website
By Elliotte Rusty Harold
May 12, 2008
This chapter covers the mechanics and trade-offs of well-formedness as it is usually apply in HTML.
Page Structuring Using Cascading Style Sheets in Adobe Dreamweaver CS3
By Zak Ruvalcaba
Nov 2, 2007
Cleanly separate positioning and formatting properties from structural code.
Enrich Your HTML Tables with JavaScript Progressive Enhancement
By Ivan Pepelnjak
Sep 7, 2007
Use JavaScript Progressive Enhancement to make good-looking HTML tables.
Seven Common CSS Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
By Ivan Pepelnjak
Jul 20, 2007
Learn some of the most common CSS mistakes and how to avoid them.
Format Web Pages With CSS in Dreamweaver CS3
By Betsy Bruce
Jun 1, 2007
Create styles that use all three types of CSS rules.
Formatting Web Pages Using Cascading Style Sheets
May 14, 2007
The Bad Browser: What to Do When Browsers Fail to Play Nice With Your CSS
By Kynn Bartlett
Sep 29, 2006
A Web browser is the essential Internet access tool of the early 21st century, indispensable to business, education, and personal communication. Browsers create a common platform upon which Web-based applications can be built. So what's the problem? In short: Web browsers have been inconsistent in their support for CSS. In this sample chapter, you'll learn the consequence of a browser failure, how current browsers implement CSS, what a layout engine is and how it affects your Web pages, and more.
Interview with Sean O’Driscoll, Senior Director for CSS Community and MVP Worldwide, Microsoft Corporation
By Stephen Ibaraki
Sep 15, 2006
Stephen Ibaraki, FCIPS, I.S.P. interviews Sean O’Driscoll, the Global Senior Director for the MVP Award Program at Microsoft Corporation.
Adding Text and More to Your HTML Code
By Deidre Hayes
Aug 4, 2006
In this lesson, you will learn how to use HTML to add text and headings in your Web pages. You'll also learn how to add mathematical notations, information about your Web page, and special characters (such as ampersands).
Introduction to HTML: Linking to Other Web Pages
By Michael Morrison, Dick Oliver
Jan 20, 2006
Without links, your page is an island unto itself, with no connection to anything else. To make it a "real" web page, you need to connect it to the rest of the World Wide Web—or at least to your own personal or corporate web of pages. This hour shows you how to create hypertext links to connect your page to the world.
How to Use Selectors in CSS
By Russ Weakley
Dec 1, 2005
Selectors are one of the most important aspects of CSS because they are used to "select" elements on an HTML page so that they can be styled. In this lesson, you will learn about the different types of CSS selectors and how to use them.
The Amazing Em Unit and Other CSS Best Practices
By Hakon Wium Lie, Bert Bos
Jul 22, 2005
This chapter is about writing style sheets with style. By showing you case studies and how they are constructed, we give you a sense of how CSS can encode the visual presentation you want to achieve. More importantly, if you follow the guidelines in this chapter, your documents will behave well on a wide range of Web devices.
How to Add Images, Media, and Scripts to Your Web Site
By Molly E. Holzschlag
Jul 15, 2005
Images, media, and scripts can really add spice to your Web site and give it a functionality otherwise missing. Find out how and when to add these elements to your Web site to provide that extra flair.
The Latest Salvo in the Spam Wars Appears in the Blogosphere: nofollow
By Dave Taylor
Jun 24, 2005
There's a new HTML attribute in town called "nofollow" that's supposed to prevent weblog spam. In this article you'll learn about weblog spam, what the "nofollow" tag is, and how it might or might not help the situation.
Creating Multicolumn Layouts with CSS
By Marc Campbell
Apr 1, 2005
In this lesson, you'll learn how to present a multi-column format using CSS.
The Basics of Cascading Style Sheets
By Matthew Pizzi, Zak Ruvalcaba
Dec 30, 2004
CSS, if used correctly, can greatly extend your ability to create attractive Web designs. Learn how you can use styles to enhance your Dreamweaver MX 2004 web page.
Creating Presentations with OperaShow
By Scott Nesbitt
Jul 23, 2004
While PowerPoint is a popular slide-making tool that's packed with bells and whistles, it's not always the best tool for creating presentation slides. Scott Nesbitt looks at OperaShow, a unique feature of the Opera web browser that turns the software into a presentation powerhouse.
Cleaning Your Web Pages with HTML Tidy
By Scott Nesbitt
Jul 2, 2004
Even with the push for web standards, many web pages are still plagued by sloppy coding. Technical writer Scott Nesbitt looks at fixing problems with HTML files using HTML Tidy.
Linking to Other Web Pages
By Michael Morrison, Dick Oliver
Jul 18, 2003
Master the <a> tag, and learn how to create simple links to other pages using either relative or absolute addressing to identify the pages. You will learn how to link within your own pages as well as how to create links to other people's pages.
An Introduction to Web Publishing in HTML
By Rafe Colburn, Laura Lemay
Jun 27, 2003
Create your first Web page with this simple guide to understanding HTML. You will learn what HTML is and how to define a text document as a Web page to get you on your way to mastering web publishing.

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