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HTML web forms are a composition of buttons, checkboxes, and text input fields embedded inside of HTML documents with one goal in mind: to capture user input. By doing things such as providing fields for user data such as names, phone number, and email addresses, web forms give users the opportunity to interact directly with a webpage. HTML forms are placed on a web page using the <form> tag. This tag should encapsulate a series of other form elements, identifying them as a single cohesive web form. HTML Form Element:
How It Works Download the templates, edit them with your favorite text editor, and customize the graphics with your favorite graphics app. Remember to replace all placeholder images (including shim.gif's) with your own images. Post your images on your web server, and use absolute paths in your HTML to point to the images.
Free HTML Email Template: “Download” After the positive response to our last free HTML email template, “Welcome” , I set out to create more HTML email templates to suit specific common types of emails you send. Today, I’m happy to share the newest addition to our family of functionally themed email templates … The “Download” HTML Email Template Use this template to share files with your subscribers:
All email marketing templates are hand-coded HTML for maximum email client compatibility*, and are free for download and use. Some template graphical elements are sourced from various lists found at www.smashingmagazine.com . If you like what you see here... Or have a need for custom, standards-compliant email templates for your business, don't hesitate to Contact me and we can chat about your needs. Basic Layouts 1 column Newsletter
A well designed newsletter/email template can be the difference between success an failure. Whether its to update customers about a product, or to share information, having a well designed template can be a great starting point to guide your readers and give them a clear coherent flow when they read your email. This is crucial, considering how important the first impression is.
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The first time I discovered the 960 Grid System , I was immediately excited about the possibilities of implementing complex layouts so easily. However, since I was fairly new to web design at the time, when I downloaded the files, I quickly became overwhelmed at how complicated the whole thing seemed. With all this code, how could this be the easy way to create a layout?
One of my favorite parts when creating a new design is the process of choosing a color scheme. There are times when the colors just fall into place after I have my main color, or when using a photo the colors just flow around it. But sometimes you need a little help.
H ello there! It’s time for little inspiration and this time I wanted to showcase something different. You may know that very popular designer slogan – “More is Less”, and yes it’s often so true – unexperienced people tend to overcrowd, use too much colors in their designs. I just love these designs – they are very light, clean and usually uses only monochrome color scheme and just one or two bright colors for links or headers.