Master visually Web design by Carrie F. Gatlin

By Carrie F. Gatlin

Grasp VISUALLY website design will give you whole visible reference overlaying website design technique, and HTML and JavaScript fundamentals. It additionally equips you with website design rules, usability, photographs, multimedia, and servers, all of so that it will make you a grasp of website design. examine from real-world layout examples and 1000s of screenshots all in a perfectly illustrated two-color structure. integrated with the publication is a CD that incorporates site templates designed by way of authors, Carrie Gatlin and Michael Toot. different incorporated gains are examples of the most well-liked net designing instruments, Dreamweaver, Adobe GoLive, Fireworks, GifBuilder, CuteFTP, Fetch, HomeSite, and BBEdit and an absolutely searchable e-version of the ebook.

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Click File. your HTML document. Á Within the tags, add a set of tags. ° Add opening and closing <body> tags. — Click Open. ¡ Click OK. ■ Your HTML page is blank except for the title appearing in the browser window. F 9/20/01 9:11 AM Page 42 CHAPTER 3 MASTER HTML BASICS SET MARGINS N ormally, a Web browser adds several pixels of margin space around the contents of a Web page, but you can set your own margin values by adding optional attributes to the <body> tag. Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer support different attributes to control margins, but you can use both sets of attributes to cover all your bases. </p> <p>In addition, you should begin each HTML page with a document type declaration, a single line command that tells the browser that the HTML code conforms to a specific HTML standard. The set of opening and closing <html> tags delineate the beginning and end of the HTML page and contain the document’s <head> and <body> tags. 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