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Here are the top ten articles for the HTML Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Book Review - Creating A Web Page In Dreamweaver Visual QuickProject Guide
Creating websites in Dreamweaver can be as easy as using your favorite word processing program which is one reason that Dreamweaver is the most popular program for building websites and web applications. This is the approach that the author, Nolan Hester, takes in his book.

2. The HTML Form - Hidden Input Tag - II
In this tutorial we will discuss a special type of HTML form tag called the hidden input tag. Suppose you want to pass information to the processing program that is not supplied by the user. You will do this with the hidden input tag. Let's take a look at the HTML code for the hidden input tag.

3. 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.

4. The CSS Rule Sets, Declaration Blocks and Selectors - How To Write A CSS Style
In this tutorial we will discuss the code that you will use to override the default style of the web browser and HTML tags. You will place this code between the opening and closing style tags. Then place this in the head section of your webpage. Let's take a look at the code.

5. How To Compress The HTML Code For Your Webpage
There are good reasons for compressing your HTML code. Although a compressed file will appear the same in the web browser, the compressed code will download faster. Also, it is difficult to read compressed code. This will act as a safe guard against theft. In this tutorial you will learn how to

6. Types Of CSS Rules
In the last tutorial, you learned that a CSS rule is made up of a selector, property and value. Now we will discuss the three types of CSS rules.

7. The IWA-HWG - Association For Web Professionals
This is one of the first websites for web professionals and now has over 100 chapters internationally. One of the best features of the organization is their vast resources.

8. Product Review - Macromedia Studio and Dreamweaver MX 2004
Whether you are an amateur or professional, Macromedia Studio and Dreamweaver MX 2004 can be used to develop both websites and web applications.

9. How To Control The Background Color Using Cascading Style Sheets
You can use Cascading Style Sheets to control the color of the background for the entire webpage and for just an individual element on the webpage.

10. Using CSS to Set a Background Image
Ever wonder how websites manage those pretty designs and pictures floating behind the text? It's all done through the magic of Cascading Style Sheets.



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