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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. How to use Server-Side Includes
Does your website have features that are the same on every page, such as a menu or a tagline at the bottom of the page? If so, you can benefit greatly from the use of include files.
2. Bravenet Newsletter Program - Plain Text Newsletter
There are two types of newsletters that you can send using the Bravenet Mailing List program; plain text format or HTML format. In this tutorial we cover the step-by-step process for sending a plain text newsletter. A plain text newsletter does not have any HTML formatting or any images.
3. ColorCache - Webmaster's Color Management Tool
ColorCache is the webmasters best friend. I have been looking for an easy and fast way to develop color schemes for the web sites that I create. I wanted a software program that would let me experiment with colors right on my computer screen. ColorCache is a color picker and palette management tool
4. The Internet Is Becoming A Sophisticated Legal Environment
When the Internet first started people assumed that if something was up on the web it was free for all to use. However, as the Internet became more sophisticated so did the legal issues associated with the Internet such as copyright, trademarks, intellectually property, privacy, liability
5. How to Setup CoffeeCup Direct FTP - 2
After you have decided on an FTP client to use, the next step is to setup your ftp client to upload to your website. In this article, I will give you detailed instructions for how to do this with the CoffeeCup Direct FTP software.
6. How to Set the Text and Foreground Color with the Cascading Style Sheets Color Property
You can control the color of the text on a webpage or a section of a webpage with the Cascading Style Sheets color property. Besides controlling the text color, you can also use the CSS color property to set the color for the horizontal rule and form elements.
7. Positioning Elements On A Webpage With The CSS Position Property
Before Cascading Style Sheets, you were limited in positioning objects on your webpage. Using HTML tables wasn't very precise. Now with CSS, you can have precise control over how each element is place on your webpage.
8. The key differences between HTML and XHTML
In February of 1999 the World Wide Web Consortium (otherwise known as the W3C) released the specifications for XHTML version 1.0, and by January 2000 it became the W3Cís recommended format, replacing HTML 4.01.
9. The HTML Table - 3
The HTML table was originally added to the HTML language to allow for the formatting of columns and rows of information such as you see in a spreadsheet or account ledger. However, it wasn't long before web designers discovered another use for the HTML table. These web designers began using HTML
10. The HTML Font Tag - 2
In the second part of this tutorial we will talk about how to control the look of the text on your webpage using the HTML font tag.
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