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HTML link coloring with CSS

Posted: 12th September 2014 by Tim in CSS, HTML
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HTML link colors can be changed easily using CSS. The properties which can be set are: link – a link to a page which has not been visited visited – a visited link hover – a link which has the mouse hovering over it active – a link which is being clicked (mouse button held […]

Japanese characters in HTML

Posted: 14th October 2012 by Tim in HTML, Japanese
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Say you’re working on an English website and you would like to add some Japanese characters to it, but when you add them all you see is a bunch of queston marks or other strange characters. You probably don’t want to mess with the character encoding just to get a few symbols to show. One […]

Creating a 2 column layout in HTML / CSS

Posted: 1st October 2009 by Tim in CSS, HTML
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Standards-compliant layouts can be difficult to do. Below is an example of an HTML 4.01 Transitional / CSS 2.1 compliant two-column layout, with headers and footers. An example can be seen here. Note: WordPress destroys tabs and layout. See the source code in the example for more readable code. HTML <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC “-//W3C//DTD HTML […]