Testing and Proofing Your Page

Don’t think that finishing a page means you’re done. You’ll need to check it in as many browsers as possible – and on as many platforms as possible, i.e., Windows, Macintosh, etc. What looks good in Internet Explorer (IE) – may not display the way you want in Mozilla. The following steps will help you […]

Using HTML Lists – Part 3

We’ve discussed how lists are a quick way to present information in an easy to read format.  However,  there is much to know about using them.  In our previous posts on lists we’ve addressed the following . . .

  Part 1 . . .

Defined the types of lists – Ordered | Unordered
Shown how to change  markers
Listed 7 Helpful Tips

and in […]

HTML Tables

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Knowing how to build tables using HTML allows you to structure a page in a many different layouts. However, working with tables can be very confusing. Therefore, before you begin coding a page, you may find it helpful to use paper and pencil to layout the different elements of the page in relation […]