Introduction to HTML – Part 3
Articles / 5 May 2007

Introduction to HTML – Part 3

HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) is the core of designing websites. Part three of this introduction covers the use of forms for collecting information from the visitor, and how to display tabular data in tables.

The first part of this tutorial dealt with the difference between HTML and CSS, a simple HTML page, and Paragraphs/Line Breaks/Headings. The second section discussed Hyperlinks, Pictures and Lists and the final section will now cover the use of forms for collecting information from the visitor, and how to display tabular data in tables.

Introduction to HTML – Part 2
Articles / 4 May 2007

Introduction to HTML – Part 2

HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) is the core of designing websites. Part two of this introduction covers the Hyperlinks, Pictures and Lists.

The first part of this tutorial dealt with the difference between HTML and CSS, a simple HTML page, and Paragraphs/Line Breaks/Headings. The second section will discuss Hyperlinks, Pictures and Lists.

Coda
Articles / 3 May 2007

Coda

Coda is the latest application from Panic, the creater of other great apps such as Transmit – by far the most popular FTP program on the Mac. It’s aim is to combine all the tools you use regularly as a designer into one easy to use application. It combines a version of Transmit with code editing features, preview capabilities and keeps track of everything you change to make publishing your site a breeze.

One Million…
Articles / 17 Jan 2007

One Million…

Design Shack recently had it’s millionth visitor since the launch just over a year ago. In that time we’ve undergone a drastic re-design, changed servers several times and added plenty of new features.

Thank you to all those who keep contributing their fantastic websites, and we hope to keep serving you great CSS, XHTML, Javascript, layouts, content and design far into the future.

Happy Christmas
Articles / 24 Dec 2006

Happy Christmas

Design Shack wants to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We’re looking forward to growing and expanding even further next year, showcasing even more beautiful CSS websites.

Enjoy the holiday season!