Category: Blog,Web Design

10 Minimalist but Spicy Ideas For Web Design Beginners

Hello and welcome back to another post of mine. This time wanna focus my attention on those ones that just made the first little baby steps in the mysterious world of HTML-CSS-PHP coding and that would love create a simple, attractive website but they’re worried that this might require a lot of time other than a deep knowledge of the Html language.

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Category: Blog,Web Design

How To Write CSS Intelligently

I love CSS, it grows every day it seems. We web designers are always hungry to push CSS to it’s limits and when we hit a limit we hack arround it and push it that bit further. This tutorial explains how to write CSS in such as way that 3000 lines of presentation precision does not get confusing and you can find what you want instantly.

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Category: Blog,Web Design

Dream Weaver Tutorial – Part 1 HTML

Known officially as Adobe Dreamweaver* (with no space), this great program has been a favourite of mine for a while now (10 years). Let me share how I use it, as a web designer, and hopefully convince the nay sayers that it is a wonderful tool for creating clean standard code.

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Category: Web Design

Voyeurism In Running Websites

As you read this, I know where you are, what computer you are using to the size of your screen and how many colours are hitting your retina and the fact you came from Stumbleupon. I dare say I can find out what socks you are wearing.  How am I doing this?

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Category: Blog,Web Design

Modern Web Typography: Adding and customising a font

In my last article I looked at some of the top font services and the advantages of each. In this article I’m going to dig a little deeper and show you how to add a @font-face font to your web page and apply some customisations using CSS. Also, in May Laura covered how to setup your web page with a font from Google Web Fonts; in this article I won’t show you how to use a font … Read More

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