Category Archives: HTML-CSS Lessons

Using CSS to style HTML

The easiest way to demonstrate how CSS works is through examples of the code, and then how these code examples would display on a web page. With CSS, there are lines of code that needed to be added to the … Continue reading

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CSS to the Rescue

CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets is a method developed to allow for laying out web pages without the use of tables. With tables, the html code used starts to get really cumbersome, and confusing. Also, once developed, these pages can … Continue reading

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The Role of Tables in Early Web Development

The roots of CSS lie in a need for web site developers and designers to control the design aspects of their web pages. Before the advent of CSS, designers were forced to use tables, in order to control the layout, … Continue reading

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Lists in HTML

My last post did not get into lists, but this is a good category to learn on its own. Lists consist of two types of tags working together. The first tag you need to know is the <ul> or <ol> … Continue reading

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Basic HTML

Understanding HTML can be a little intimidating at first, but it doesn’t have to be hard to understand. Basically, every type statement on a website page needs to have tag identifiers to tell the browser what it is and how … Continue reading

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Using HTML and CSS with WordPress

Any WordPress theme has the capability to be configured differently than intended by the author of the theme. However, this can be cumbersome, depending on which theme you are trying to edit. And WordPress, by nature does not make editing … Continue reading

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