Monthly Archives: March 2007

Designing a user friendly website by Ruchira Sharma

Summary - Here are some points to be kept in mind while designing a website that easy to browse through and serves its ultimate purpose of providing information. Legibility. Content is the king, this is not to be forgotten ever! Any user coming to your website is there to get some information. If that information…
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Cross Browser Compatibility

There are literally hundreds of web browsers in use around the world. All of them implement the W3C document standards a little differently. Web designers must wrestle with these differences to make a web site work. This article discusses the effect those different implementations has on design. What is Cross Browser Compatibility? If a web…
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Cascading Stylesheets: 5 Reasons To Use CSS

Cascading Stylesheets become more and more important in today's webdesign. But before you decide to get started using CSS you should know why CSS is so important and what its advantages are. 1. The content is separated from the design Because you are able to create a separate Stylesheet and link it to all your…
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Editing CSS template

These instructions pertain to Dreamweaver 4, although other versions would likely have similar instructions. When you edit a CSS stylesheet that controls the text in your CSS template document, you instantly reformat all of the text controlled by that CSS stylesheet. Your edits affect all the documents linked to the style sheet. To edit an…
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