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Alignment: Graphic Alignment Tags
By William E. Weinman
Jun 1, 2001
Getting graphical objects to align properly on a Web page can be a tricky proposition, unless you understand how HTML treats graphics. This article will give you the basic understanding of HTML's paradigms for graphics and what tools are available ...
Alignment: Tables
By William E. Weinman
Jun 1, 2001
Tables are more than just rows and columns. This article will teach you how to use tables to wrangle various design elements into the form and shape you desire.
Alignment: Text
By William E. Weinman
Jun 1, 2001
Laying out a Web page presents a unique challenge to the designer, especially if you have previous experience in another medium. This article explains how text alignment works in HTML, and why some aspects of Web layout are more about compromise than control.
Basic (X)HTML Structure
By Elizabeth Castro
Dec 29, 2006
This chapter covers the most basic (X)HTML elements—the ones you need to create the structure of your document. You'll learn how to create new paragraphs, headers, page breaks, comments, and more.
Basic (X)HTML Structure
Nov 10, 2006
Basic (X)HTML Structure
By Elizabeth Castro
Jun 16, 2006
This chapter covers the most basic (X)HTML elements—the ones you need to create the structure of your document. You'll learn how to create new paragraphs, headers, page breaks, and comments.
Basic (X)HTML Structure
By Elizabeth Castro
Mar 28, 2003
This chapter covers the most basic (X)HTML elements—the ones you need to create the structure of your document. You'll learn how to create new paragraphs, headers, page breaks, comments, and more.
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS): Absolute Positioning
By William E. Weinman
Jun 1, 2001
Cascading Style Sheets can be very useful for formatting text, but that's not all they're good for. Now you can precisely position objects on a page using CSS! This article will show you how.
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS): Basics
By William E. Weinman
Jun 1, 2001
Would you like to finely adjust the spaces between lines on a Web page or have shortcuts for some common formatting operations? How about positioning a graphic to an exact point on the page? Cascading Style Sheets may be the answer you've been looking ...
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS): Text
By William E. Weinman
Jun 1, 2001
In this article, you will learn the anatomy of a CSS style sheet, including details about how to format text.
Clickable Image Maps in Adobe GoLive
By Shelly Brisbin
Mar 30, 2001
There are two steps to setting up client-side clickable image maps in Adobe GoLive 4. In this article, Peachpit Press author Shelly Brisbin describes how to set up the map and link the hots spots in your image map.
Coding Guidelines for Client-Side Scripting
By Scott Loban
Nov 30, 2001
Client-side script code can be improved for maintainability and reusability by adhering to some helpful coding practices. Scott Loban highlights some structural and organizational conventions in this article.
Creating XML Elements at Runtime with XSLT
By Steven Holzner
Jun 22, 2001
XML documents, except for processing instructions, are enclosed in the root element. However, it's not always possible to know the names of the new elements you want to create. XSLT allows you to determine a new element's name at runtime.
Elements of Client-Side Scripting
By Scott Loban
Nov 30, 2001
Client-side scripts use four essential components to enable the creation of full-featured Web applications. Scott Loban introduces those major components of client-side scripting and their roles in a dynamic Web application.
Elements of CSS
By Scott Loban
Nov 16, 2001
The major structural elements of CSS include style sheets, attribute-value pairs, and binding. Scott Loban helps you understand these elements so that you can use CSS more effectively.
Elizabeth Castro's Top 5 HTML Questions (and Answers)
By Elizabeth Castro
Mar 30, 2001
Elizabeth Castro, best-selling author of HTML, XML, and CGI books for Peachpit Press, answers the top five most frequent questions she receives from readers.
Elizabeth Castro's HTML 4 Quiz
Mar 1, 1999
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Embedding HTML5 Audio with Dreamweaver CS5
By David Karlins
Sep 13, 2010
David Karlins, author of Adobe Creative Suite 5 Web Premium How-Tos: Essential Techniques, provides a step-by-step walkthrough of the process for using the HTML5 Audio element to present audio in a Dreamweaver-designed website.
Frequently Asked Questions about GoLive 5
By Shelly Brisbin
Jun 8, 2001
Shelly Brisbin answers the top five questions about Adobe GoLive 5.
How and Why to Start Using HTML5 and CSS3 Now: An Interview with Bruce Hyslop
By Ian Devlin, Bruce Hyslop
Mar 13, 2012
Ian Devlin interviews Bruce Hyslop about the best features of HTML5 and CSS3, when — and when not — to start using them, and what he really likes about the new edition of his book, The HTML5 & CSS3 Visual QuickStart Guide, 7th Edition.

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