Intro to TCP/IP
Introduction to networking
Domain Naming System
10 Beautiful Examples of Responsive Web Design These days, everyone is consuming content differently. My mom has a netbook, I have a laptop, my friend has a 27″ iMac, my girlfriend and I have smartphones and her mom has an iPad. Since your content is now being viewed on more devices and browsers than ever before, you have to design it with that in mind. Websites that adapt to things like screen sizes and operating systems are known as responsive designs, and this list of 10 sites shows off the future of the flexible Web.
HTML (Layout) Tags and their meaning
The Web Architecture
How TCP/IP Protocol Works - Part 1 TCP/IP is the most used network protocol nowadays. In this tutorial we will explain how it works in a very easy to follow language. So, what is a network protocol anyway? Protocol is like a language used to make two computers to talk to each other. Like in real world, if they are not talking the same language, they cannot communicate.
TCP/IP - TCP/IP in Computer Networking Definition: Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and Internet Protocol (IP) are two distinct network protocols, technically speaking. TCP and IP are so commonly used together, however, that TCP/IP has become standard terminology to refer to either or both of the protocols. IP corresponds to the Network layer (Layer 3) in the OSI model, whereas TCP corresponds to the Transport layer (Layer 4) in OSI. In other words, the term TCP/IP refers to network communications where the TCP transport is used to deliver data across IP networks. The average person on the Internet works in a predominately TCP/IP environment.
Teaching HTML/CSS in School – some useful tools « Lucy Bunce I gave a presentation last week at the Bring and Brag preceding the CAS Wales / Technocamps conference in Swansea about a variety of different web-based tools you can use in school to teach HTML and CSS. This is a lovely site which is based on the X-Ray Goggles toolbar widget. Essentially you drag the widget to your toolbar and once activated, it shows the source code of the site as a layer above the page. It allows the user to show the code of various parts of the page and separates out the <div> tags and classes.
Air Sketch for iPad on the iTunes App Store Description Turn your iPad into a wireless whiteboard! Annotate PDF slides and images live in 3 easy steps:STEP 1: Launch Air Sketch.STEP 2: Enter the indicated URL in the web browser.STEP 3: Everything your present and write is projected to the browser, in real-time. LIVE ANNOTATIONSProject PDF documents (such as exported PowerPoint or Keynote decks) and photos to a computer on the same local network, then annotate them in real time, all from your iPad. NO SUBSCRIPTIONS, PLUG-INS, OR DONGLES NEEDEDJust fire up Air Sketch on the iPad and open the specified URL from any HTML-5 compatible browser on the local network.
The mastery of color theory, relations and harmonies is one of the primary steps to uncovering the full beauty and potential of your images (in the realms of art, design and/or photography). Find out more in this simple, practical, colorful guide. Color Models Depending on your background and your purpose, you will view primary colors differently. There are three generally accepted models: RGB (red, green, blue), CMY (cyan, magenta, and yellow), and RYB (red, blue, yellow). Primary color models can be divided into two categories: additive and subtractive.
Warm Hex Color Codes: Hexadecimal codes for named colors used in HTML page features
The Science Behind Design Color Theory Color Theory has been a subject of interest for years in the art community. The rules and guidelines hold true when working on digital projects just as much as physical items. There is a lot to learn in the subject of color so I’m going to cover just some of the key points. Terminology is something many designers get caught up on which really shouldn’t scare you or hold you back. The science behind color theory is brilliant yet elegant. It should be a topic of interest to every digital artist.
Web Accessibility Techniques The most important technique when building an accessible website is to ensure that the content is clearly separated from the presentation (style/layout). Many websites use tables for the presentation. The code for these tables is housed within the markup (HTML or XHTML), making it impossible to separate it from the content. Its best to use CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) which lie in a separate document. It is also important to use valid markup (HTML or XHTML) and valid CSS as checked at the W3C. Here are some web accessibility techniques that will help disabled and special needs users access the content and information on your website easily.
The following tutorial will take you step by step through the process of setting up your own website. If you have any questions, or run into any problems along the way, please don’t hesitate to ask questions in the comments section, or alternatively contact us, we are more than happy to help. Step 1 – Register Your Domain Name The first step in making a website is to register your domain name. A domain name is also called a Universal Resource Locator or URL for short. The domain name is the text that people will enter into their web browser to find your website, such as www.mywebsite.com.