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Search Forms in Safari
Articles / 9 Sep 2007

Search Forms in Safari

Search fields in SafariIt is remarkably simple to put this design feature in place on your site, and it can improve functionality greatly for those using a Mac. Whether Firefox and Internet Explorer will integrate this feature into their browsers in the future is unknown – although it is fairly unlikely.

10 CSS Table Examples
Articles / 30 Aug 2007

10 CSS Table Examples

Today we’re going to take a look at a selection of beautiful tables styled using CSS. These are sourced from a variety of different sites. If you’re interested in learning how to do this yourself, be sure to take a look at a few of our CSS tutorials!

Custom 404 Error Page
Accessibility / 31 Jul 2007

Custom 404 Error Page

The standard 404 error page can often be really frustrating for readers. Using a simple .htaccess file can allow you to customise your error page, and ensure that users are displayed a useful alternative.

The Basics of Semantics
Accessibility / 16 Jul 2007

The Basics of Semantics

Semantics is a word which strikes fear into many a designer’s heart, but it need not be a difficult or complicated topic. It concerns meaningful expression, avoiding presentational markup and using appropriate and meaningful tags where possible.

Essentially, designing and writing HTML code in a semantic way is as simple as keeping your HTML concerned with the content of the page and not the layout. Some of the simple steps below will help you to ensure that you stay semantically pleasing to search engines, spiders and visitors

HTML Form Basics
Articles / 23 Jun 2007

HTML Form Basics

HTML is used mainly for presenting and showcasing information for the visitor. But it’s also easy to allow them to enter information and use it in various ways. This tutorial uses the example of a contact form.

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.

Introduction to HTML – Part 1
Articles / 1 May 2007

Introduction to HTML – Part 1

HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) is the core of designing websites. Part one of this introduction covers the difference between HTML and CSS, a simple HTML page, and Paragraphs/Line Breaks/Headings.