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HTML & Web Authoring
On this page I'll point beginners to the best places to learn HTML, the text code that builds web pages. For those who already know the code, I'll discuss ways to take it way beyond spec. I'll cover shareware editing programs and utilities; begin talking about what makes a page work (and what can hurt it); and offer tips and tricks for automating tedious processes and generally working faster and smarter. Just what you'd expect on a page like this.
Even better, I'll let you in on one of the least-
You'll learn how to add coherence to your pages by matching your HTML colors to the colors in your images. And find out why grabbing one of those spiffy new "HTML-
I'll share secrets that let you create a strong sense of graphics where there are no graphics only text. Suggest means of layout control in a medium that was designed to leave layout control in the end-
In the last 100 yards of this page, we'll look at the software through which your pages are seen. Discuss whether to design for Navigator and Explorer, or lowest-
I call these techniques "punishment-
Finally, we'll talk about style sheets, a great idea whose time has not come.
After all that, we'll be ready to talk about creating images, adding multimedia (sounds, movies, animations and beyond), advanced tricks to make your pages behave the way you want them to, and a crazy little thing called content.
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