Posted by Raashid A. | Posted in HTML, Web Designing | Posted on 23-06-2012
It is very important to get input or feedback from a user. Therefore, implementing HTML contact forms in the web design has become crucial these days. If you are planning to design a new website or have one without an HTML form, it is the time to add one. Check a few examples of HTML contact forms in web design.
A simple HTML contact form that includes fields of name, email address and comments.
Creativity breathes life into successful websites. Creative ideas and solutions can sometimes seem like guesswork—and guessing is risky business. So what can designers do to show clients they’re using a solid strategy and have the best intentions?
A solid and universal perceptive of goals, organization, layout, personality, and fit and finish will create an background in which you (and the project owner) can rely on carefully discussed and well documented ideas. It’s a design Confident. Make sure your design counselor keeps you aware of cut-off dates for options and upgrades. You may not be able to cancel a selection once you’ve authorized it, even if the cut-off date hasn’t passed.
Targets and realistic goals you should know why you are creating a website. Wild assumption can lead to broken expectations, and ambiguous goals will lead to false assumptions. fuzzy goals like ’selling more stuff’ or ‘getting extra exposure’ are not relevant for even short term process. The simple and the most efficient tool for creating powerful and clear set goals is the modified receipt criteria. The more agile developers use the acceptance criteria for demonstrating the need of task. By providing a few extra tweaks, the capturing of design goals becomes easy. The goal should describe the idea, path and time frame along with other basics for achieving the preferred ends.
Posted by Raashid A. | Posted in HTML, Tutorial, Ui Design | Posted on 18-05-2012
The web is continuously growing. New and innovative websites are being created every day, pushing the boundaries of HTML in every trend. HTML 5 introduces and enhances a wide range of features including form controls, APIs, multimedia, structure, and semantics. Work on HTML 5.
As HTML5 is now being implemented by webmasters all around the web I thought it only appropriate to cover some of the new elements and page structure basics here at Base webmaster. Particularly as many of the websites demonstrating the HTML5 structure appear to have misunderstood how the new structural elements are used.
Effectively the basic structure of a HTML5 document has not changed. Each comprises of a head section containing unseen details and links and a body section where the visible elements of the document reside.
The new HTML5 tags describe the types of content that they contain, and they help divide the document into logical sections. It’s still up to you to decide when and where to use the new tags within a document, similar to an author writing a book. While two authors writing the same book may choose different ways of dividing the book into chapters, the act of using chapters still provides a steady method of dividing the book into sections. Similarly, while two authors of a given web page may choose different structures, the new HTML5 structural tags provide new conventions that web page developers can use that the old
div tags do not provide.
HTML 5 introduces a whole set of new elements that make it much easier to structure pages. Most HTML 4 pages include a variety of common structures, such as headers, footers and columns and today, it is fairly common to mark them up using div elements, giving each a descriptive id or class.
Hi Everyone, today i found some cool stuff for learners who suffering form CSS & HTML , Today im going to talk about free online generates for CSS3 & HTML5, as that first will see what is this
HTML5 is the latest version of HTML or Hypertext Markup Language. It is currently only fully supported by a handful of browsers but the next year should see a large increase in usage. It isn’t expected to be completed until 2014, but the features that are available now are a great way to become acquainted with HTML5 and add some cool elements to your website.
There are lots of web design tools available on internet, which will help you accomplish your tasks easily and quickly, and still more are coming. Every designer now has his/her own toolbox. I will try to make such toolbox for you too. I have collected Some tools, and if you know more feel free to add in the comments.
This industry moves fast — really fast! If you’re not careful, you’ll be left in its dust. So, if you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed with the coming changes/updates in HTML5, use this as a primer of the things you must know.
1. New Doctype
Still using that pesky, impossible-to-memorize XHTML doctype?
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- DOCTYPE html PUBLIC ”-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN”
DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"
If so, why? Switch to the new HTML5 doctype. You’ll live longer — as Douglas Quaid might say.
In fact, did you know that it truthfully isn’t even really necessary for HTML5? However, it’s used for current, and older browsers that require a specified
doctype. Browsers that do not understand this doctype will simply render the contained markup in standards mode. So, without worry, feel free to throw caution to the wind, and embrace the new HTML5 doctype.
Posted by Raashid A. | Posted in CSS, HTML, Tutorial, Web Designing | Posted on 30-12-2011
CSS has fundamentally changed web design, it has provided designers with a set of properties that can be tweaked to make various techniques to make your pages just look right.
Today we are presenting a round-up of 101 CSS techniques designers use all the time. Definitely worth taking a very close look at! This is just the first series , the second part will be coming soon, stay tuned and Enjoy!
CSS sprites save HTTP requests by using CSS positioning to selectively display composite background images. To maximize accessibility and usability, CSS sprites are best used for icons or decorative effects.