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Getting Started with HTML
HTML is the foundation upon which all websites are built. A firm understanding of HTML is a necessity for anyone who hankers to design or develop websites.
Getting Paid for Ads on Your Site
The Internet is a major advertising medium – one which continues to grow in importance every day. You can make a little extra by posting ads on your site, and here's how to get started.
Four Web Hosts That Come Highly Recommended
Having recently touched on a few of the worst web hosting companies out there, I thought it was time to mention some of the best ones. Here are some companies you should check out if you're looking for a solid hosting company.
Four Web Hosting Companies to Avoid
Just about everyone who has owned or managed a website has a horror story or two about a website hosting company.
Formatting the Horizontal Rule Tag
Want to divide up your page or indicate a separate section? The horizontal rule can do it for you. It's also extremely customizable with HTML and CSS attributes.
Finding Images for Your Website
How can you get just the right pictures and graphics for your website? Here are some suggestions.
Designing Basic Buttons Without Images
Image-based buttons a great choice for a company with a professional web designer and a fully loaded graphics editing program. For the rest of us, there's CSS.
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.
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.
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