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Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a stylesheet language used to describe the presentation of a document written in HTML or XML (including XML dialects such as SVG, MathML or XHTML). CSS describes how elements should be rendered on screen, on paper, in speech, or on other media. CSS is among the core languages of the open web and is standardized across Web browsers according to W3C specifications. From CSS3, the scope of the specification increased significantly and the progress on different CSS modules started to differ so much, that it became more effective to develop and release recommendations separately per module. Key resources CSS Introduction If you're new to web development, be sure to read our CSS basics article to learn what CSS is and how to use it. CSS Tutorials Our CSS learning area contains a wealth of tutorials to take you from beginner level to proficiency, covering all the fundamentals. CSS Reference Looking to become a front-end web developer? Get started Tutorials Styling text

CSS Reference style-rule ::= selectors-list { properties-list } ... where : selectors-list ::= selector[:pseudo-class] [::pseudo-element] [, selectors-list] properties-list ::= [property : value] [; properties-list] See the index of selectors, pseudo-classes, and pseudo-elements below. Style rule examples For a beginner-level introduction to the syntax of selectors, see our guide on CSS Selectors.

Tizag: Introduction It is time to take your web designing skills to the next level with Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). They are a way to control the look and feel of your HTML documents in an organized and efficient manner. With CSS you will be able to: Add new looks to your old HTML Completely restyle a web site with only a few changes to your CSS code Use the "style" you create on any webpage you wish! A stylesheet can, and should be, completely separate from your HTML documents. Before you begin the CSS Tutorial we suggest that you check to see you meet the following recommendations: You have used HTML in the past You know the basic HTML tags and vocabulary. If you said no to one of the above, we recommend that you check out our HTML Tutorial before taking on CSS. When you are ready, continue the tutorial to learn about the basic form of CSS and where you should place your CSS code. Report a Bug or Comment on This Lesson - Your input is what keeps Tizag improving with time!

How Did We Get Here? You are here: Home Dive Into HTML5 Diving In Recently, I stumbled across a quote from a Mozilla developer about the tension inherent in creating standards: Implementations and specifications have to do a delicate dance together. Keep this quote in the back of your mind, and let me explain how HTML5 came to be. MIME types This book is about HTML5, not previous versions of HTML, and not any version of XHTML. Every time your web browser requests a page, the web server sends “headers” before it sends the actual page markup. Content-Type: text/html “text/html” is called the “content type” or “MIME type” of the page. Of course, reality is more complicated than that. Tuck that under your hat. A long digression into how standards are made Why do we have an <img> element? One of the great things about standards that are developed “out in the open” is that you can go back in time and answer these kinds of questions. (There are a number of typographical errors in the following quotes. Tony continued:

Effettuare un redirect - Come reindirizzare l'utente con un redirect verso un'altra pagina web Esistono numerosi metodi per redirezionare l'utente verso un'altra pagina web del sito o verso un sito esterno. Ne analizzeremo due in questo tutorial. Sono i metodi più semplici ma pursempre efficaci. Redirect con HTML Il metodo più semplice per effettuare il redirect è utilizzare una caratteristica nativa di HTML, ovvero il redirezionamento tramite meta tag: Con questo semplice codice, da inserire tra i tag <head></head>, si ottiene un reindirizzamento automatico verso l'indirizzo " dopo un intervallo di 2 secondi. Sostituendo il valore 2 puoi definire quanto tempo in secondi l'utente deve aspettare prima di essere redirezionato verso l'url specificata. Redirect con JavaScript E' un metodo altrettanto semplice, ma il redirect è instantaneo, non si può cioè definire l'intervallo di tempo che l'utente deve attendere prima di essere redirezionato.

CSS Tutorial The above example demonstrates how CSS works. Update any of the values (on the left) to see how it affects the display (on the right). You'll see interactive examples like this one throughout this tutorial. We use simple examples that you can modify yourself and immediately see the effect. Here is what's covered in this tutorial: The tutorial is designed for you to start at the beginning and click the "Next Lesson" buttons as you progress, however, feel free to jump to any page of interest. All examples in the tutorial use CSS properties from the official W3C specifications. Here is a full list of CSS properties from the CSS 2.1 specification. And here is a list of new properties that have been introduced in CSS3. Start Tutorial →

Chapter 6, The Design Process The Traditional Design Process Before delving into design principles for the web, let's look at the traditional design process which I was taught in school–still the standard in use today by the graphic design industry. The Traditional Design Process 1. The brief is comprised of a couple of documents: The client brief is what the client gives you. The creative brief is a document produced by a designer in response to the client brief. It may involve deciding where on a page to place an element, (such as a heading or image), how much emphasis should be given to that element, and how to emphasise it. 2. Research is vital to the success of any design solution. Insights to help generate ideas for the design. Designers don't need to be involved in the actual research, but they do need access to the results. 3. The designers get to work. 4. The designers then spend time amending the design to reflect the changes or problems highlighted by the client–sometimes endlessly. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. Lo Fi

How jQuery Works | Learn jQuery This is a basic tutorial, designed to help you get started using jQuery. If you don't have a test page setup yet, start by creating the following HTML page: The src attribute in the <script> element must point to a copy of jQuery. To ensure that their code runs after the browser finishes loading the document, many JavaScript programmers wrap their code in an onload function: Unfortunately, the code doesn't run until all images are finished downloading, including banner ads. For example, inside the ready event, you can add a click handler to the link: Save your HTML file and reload the test page in your browser. For click and most other events, you can prevent the default behavior by calling event.preventDefault() in the event handler: The following example illustrates the click handling code discussed above, embedded directly in the HTML <body>. Another common task is adding or removing a class. First, add some style information into the <head> of the document, like this:

30 Beautiful Clean and Simple Web Designs for Inspiration Beautiful typography, strategic use of colors and graphics, and obstruction-free aesthetics devoid of visual clutter are a few of the characteristics shared among web designs that are clean and simple. In this collection, you’ll discover a few excellent web designs that are clean, simple and elegant. Here are related collections you should also check out: 1. Nizo 2. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 8 Faces 17. 18. 19. 37signals 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. enjoythis 27. co: collective 28. 29. 3Degrees 30. Related Content About the Author Jacob Gube is the Founder and Chief Editor of Six Revisions.

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