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Absolute vs. Relative Links
What's the difference between an absolute link and a relative link? Read this article to find out.

Advanced CSS Buttons
In a previous article I discussed the basics of designing navigation buttons without using images buttons that are purely CSS- and HTML-driven. Now it's time to look at some ways to fancy up those buttons.

An Introduction to the DOM
DOM is an acronym for Document Object Model. It's a way of looking at HTML that makes it possible for website developers to create functions and manipulate the code in ways that would otherwise be impossible.

Book review Learning the YUI Library
A review of "Learning the Yahoo! User Interface Library." This book describes the YUI library and how developers can integrate its tools into their websites.

Building an XML File
How to build your own custom XML files. Includes descriptions of the parts of an XML document and how to define and build XML tags.

Cascading Style Sheet Basics
Cascading Style Sheets are a collection of attributes for controlling the appearance and positioning of the elements on your webpage. A CSS rule is made up of three components: the selector, the property and the value.

Choosing the Right Font for Your Website
In order to get the most from your content, you need to present it in the best possible way. Think of your site's font choice as a painting's frame. Even if it's a masterpiece, the wrong frame will distract the eye and lessen the painting's impact.

Choosing the Right Font, Part Two
Now that you've selected your font type and the specific style, your work isn't quite finished. You have a few more design decisions to make about your website text.

Choosing the Right Image Format
When posting images to your site, you have two main options: Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) or Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG). Each format has strengths and weaknesses that compliment the other.

Creating Your First Javascript Function
Ready to add a little action to your site? Javascript is a great place to start. Because it's a scripting tool rather than a programming language in itself, it's quite a bit easier to learn think of it as "programming lite."

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