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CSS is the most important part in modern standard based web design. Using CSS you can turn any web related nested stuff into a working design. There has been a lot of talk about CSS Work lately.
The dates for each paper presentation are listed below. For each paper, a student or group of students will be asked to present the paper. The presentation should present a technical overview of the paper and argue the merits and flaws of the paper. Each paper presentation should be 25-30 minutes, plus time for questions. There will be 2 paper presentations per class. All students are required to read the papers before they are presented.
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If you're serious about reaching your full potential as a web page designer / producer, I believe you need to learn to code your sites by hand. Coding your site in HTML/CSS by hand will eventually give you a great understanding of key web design skills and set you on your way to becoming a better web designer. Now I admit I’ve always hand-coded web sites. While I have tried to use Dreamweaver and other WYSIWYG (“What You See Is What You Get”) editors, I may not be best positioned to judge the relative merits of each method completely fairly. However, I’m convinced that hand-coding is an essential skill for all web designers and producers.
Note: If you know anything at all about HTML and CSS, don’t bother reading this, it’s a guide for the uninitiated, technophobes, luddites, computer-illiterates, anyone who is more comfortable with a pen and paper than a keyboard and mouse. If making a web page seems like brain surgery to you, then this is the article for you. What you need to know The only prior knowledge I will assume is that you’ve used a computer before, you’re familiar with using a keyboard and a word processor, and you’ve at least seen a website. Other than that, I assume you are completely ignorant!