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Learn Web Design and Web Development 101: Ultimate Course. [simpletoc] [/simpletoc] In this section,we have put all the best of 1stWebDesigner’s free web design course contents in the one place. Here, as the title says, you will be able to catch up if you are starting out as a web designer and polish your skills as an amateur. Keep coming to this page often, pick your interesting section, and go through each article one by one until you come out as a web design professional, ready to take control over your life and work.

Ultimate Free Web Design Course For Beginner Designers Starting Out in 2016 The ultimate free web design learning course in 2016! How Do You Become A Successful Freelance Web Designer? I admit that this is a massive section because we have covered a lot during our seven years of existence. Congratulations on coming to this page and showing your commitment to become a designer or become a better designer. You need to be productive on your own to make this work. You need to know the foundation first before going deep into the game. Rrggbb.

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Accessibility. Morphing Modal Window. Share your local websites with any internet connected device | Finch. XHTML and CSS video lectures, Bucky Roberts of Other. SEE: Guide to Download YouTube Video Lecture Lecture Details : For all of my tutorials, go to Course Description : Contents: Downloading a Text Editor - Creating our First Webpage - body and headers - Paragraphs and Line Breaks - Bold, Italics, and Comments - Adding Links to our Webpage - Creating a Link Within a Web Page - Email Links and Tool Tips - Adding Images to the Webpage - Resizing Images - Tables - Table Headers and Movie Stars!

- colspan & Annoying People - Table width, cellpadding, and cellspacing - Lists - Intro to CSS RGB Color and Line Spacing - font-weight & font-style - text-align and Changing Background Color - Background Images - Padding - Border - Margin - Width & Height - Styling Links - Styling Tables - Background Images - Style More Than One Elements & Span! Other Resources : Citation | Other Programming Courses » check out the complete list of Programming courses.

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Navigation. 10 HTML Tags You Might Not Be Using. As a front-end developer you no doubt use HTML constantly and probably feel it doesn’t have any more unknowns. Nevertheless, the way it has evolved (in particular with the advent of HTML5) may surprise you at times. In this article, I’ll show you 10 HTML tags you may not be using or maybe even aren’t yet aware of that help to increase the semantics and maintainability of your web pages. 1. <meter> At some point we may need to express a measure on a web page. It could be anything from the result of an exam to disk usage. HTML5 introduced a new element called <meter> that represents a scalar measurement within a known range, or a fractional value. Based on this element’s definition in the specification, <meter> is not good to measure something like external temperature — because it doesn’t have a fixed range (you can define, it but it’s arbitrary). 2.

From time immemorial, developers have created widgets to notify users of the progress of a download or task. Or equivalently: 3. & 4. 5. 8. Web Accessibility Checklist - The Accessibility Project. 20 Useful Docs and Guides for Front-End Developers. I come across so many interesting info-apps and documents in my daily research, so I thought I’d provide a list of those here.

True, not everyone likes the “list post” or roundup, but hey, we can’t please everyone. And we don’t do these types of posts too often anyhow. In this case, this is a great way to bookmark a few things maybe for some evening or weekend reading. I guarantee you’ll find at least a few links in here that you’ll want to come back to. Enjoy! 1. A great point-and-click little app to get you up to speed with all the different parts of CSS syntax and what the proper name for them is. 2. A very simple informational layout that, by means of a select box, lets you choose between Responsive, Adaptive, Liquid, and Static, so you can see what is the difference between the four layout types. I imagine this would be nice even to show to clients, so they can see how things adjust using the different styles. 3. 4. A cheat sheet for learning and remembering CoffeScript syntax. 5. 6. 7. Using CORS. Introduction APIs are the threads that let you stitch together a rich web experience.

But this experience has a hard time translating to the browser, where the options for cross-domain requests are limited to techniques like JSON-P (which has limited use due to security concerns) or setting up a custom proxy (which can be a pain to set up and maintain). Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) is a W3C spec that allows cross-domain communication from the browser. By building on top of the XMLHttpRequest object, CORS allows developers to work with the same idioms as same-domain requests. The use-case for CORS is simple. As you can see from this example, CORS support requires coordination between both the server and client. Making a CORS Request This section shows how to make a cross-domain request in JavaScript. Creating the XMLHttpRequest object CORS is supported in the following browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Safari all use the XMLHttpRequest2 object. Event handlers withCredentials Resources.


Images. Smarter not Harder. Frameworks. Industry News & Resources. CSS. Testing Tools. How Images Improve -or Destroy – Conversion Rates. I’ll level with you. When you use images on your site, two things can happen: Images can either help you achieve your business goals, or hurt. Seems simple enough… …But until you learn the subtle nuances of how images affect people, you’re standing in front of a firing squad wearing a blind fold. So let’s remove that blind fold :-). Why You Should Never Use Images For Decoration You’ve heard the old adage: “a picture is worth a 1,000 words.”

And that’s absolutely true… when you have the right image. But when you have the wrong image, people either ignore it or become confused. Now you’re wondering, “What makes an image right or wrong?” Here’s a litmus test: If you pulled your image from Flickr or a popular stock photo website, you probably have the wrong image. Yes, you might feel it grabs attention, but unless the picture is directly related to what you’re talking about, your readers probably ignore it. For example, T-Mobile used to prominently display Catherine Zeta-Jones on their website.

Look: How to Prepare for The High-Resolution Web. Whether we’re ready or not, the future of the web is going to be in High Definition. However, by following a few simple techniques, you can future-proof your web designs today. It’s been predicted for years now, but recently we are starting to see things really change.

So, what is the HD web exactly? Well, simply put, we’ve now reached the stage in display technology development, where we are seeing huge increases in the pixel density resolution of mobile and computer screens. Much like the introduction of HD TV, these increases are huge jumps from anything we've ever seen before, and there will undoubtably be a crossover phase for web designers and developers. Pixels Per Inch Here is a little background information on PPI (pixels per inch, not payment protection insurance).

PPI Myths & Facts Currently, almost every image that you find on the web is 72 ppi. Some web users used to actually think that it made their images un-printable, because printed images should ideally over 300 ppi.


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