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Author:  blitzergrayson [ Wed Apr 29, 2009 1:35 pm ]
Post subject:  HTML webpage help

I am to design my website. But i only knew html process. It is good? But I hate CSS. So complicated.

Author:  widwool [ Wed Apr 29, 2009 3:17 pm ]
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You are able to find very useful information about CSS and other Web languages following the URL below:

Author:  FnCool [ Wed Apr 29, 2009 3:42 pm ]
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i used to cheat...
build my page/site.
then, when i'm happy, i'd run html tidy to clean it up, then, run a css converter to build my css, then run a validator.

most good editors either include those features or have them available as plugins.
Html-Kit was my fav for all of that, although i'd build the actual page with a WYSIWYG editor first.

another good "cheat" is to save an existing site that is close to what you like, then just edit the heck out of it.

both those ideas are also really easy ways of learning.

Author:  JacksSmith [ Fri Apr 01, 2011 4:42 am ]
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With CSS you can do very impressive work for your site which makes your site very attractive and useful. CSS has more features than basic HTML.

Author:  HelenD [ Mon Mar 12, 2012 8:31 pm ]
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Do you already have an HTML Editor, or a web design program? A lot of people use and love Dreamweaver, some like Frontpage. Both are popular enough to find tons of free tutorials on the web too

Author:  designers [ Thu Dec 22, 2016 11:27 am ]
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Good post. I was very interested in the article, it's quite inspiring I should admit.The HTML language is very comfortable for developing web page.thank you for sharing this information.

Author:  Pavithra [ Wed Apr 25, 2018 11:21 am ]
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blitzergrayson wrote:
I am to design my website. But i only knew html process. It is good? But I hate CSS. So complicated.

You can't "design" a website without CSS. Actually, CSS is not that scary.

Instead of learning all possible properties and values of a selector (HTML element), you should learn only the basic properties first.

This will help you to understand the concept easily and master CSS gradually.

First, in my opinion, you should learn
  • font styling,
  • margin and padding,
  • background,

Then move on to layout techniques. Start with flex-box and then gradually move on.

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