HTML and CSS for Absolute Beginners: Part 7 – Form Fields

Form Fields In the previous chapter, we talked about how to create tables to display tabular data. In this chapter, we’ll go over how to create our own forms on a page. Forms are useful in capturing and getting information from a user through form fields such as inputs, checkboxes, radio buttons, select dropdowns, etc. […]

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 HTML and CSS for Absolute Beginners: Part 6 – HTML Tables

HTML Tables In the last chapter, we learned how to create links, images, and leared how to link to several pages. In this chapter, I’ll be going over how to create HTML tables. Tables are great for displaying tabular data (these include text, images, links, etc.), meaning they are useful to show information in different […]

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 HTML and CSS for Absolute Beginners: Part 5 – Creating Links, Images, and Pages

Creating Links, Images, and Pages In the last chapter, we learned what block and inline-level elements were and we got familiar with creating headings, paragraphs, lists, breaks and horizontal rules. In this next chapter, we’ll dive into a standard functionality that almost all webpages have: links. Links are necessary to allow users to click on […]

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 HTML and CSS for Absolute Beginners: Part 4 – Adding More Content and Structure

Adding More Content and Structure In the last chapter, we finally created our first web page. Unfortunately, there was nothing to be shown on the page itself, even though we did write out some HTML code. In this chapter, we’ll be exploring more HTML elements to add more structure and content to our page. Time […]

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 HTML and CSS for Absolute Beginners: Part 3 – Structure of a Webpage

Structure of a Webpage In my previous post, we understood and got an idea of what HTML elements, tags, and attributes are. Now it’s time to actually apply what you have learned and start creating your very first webpage. We’ll also be able to finally preview it in this tutorial for the first time. Basic Building Blocks Every single […]

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 HTML and CSS for Absolute Beginners: Part 2 – HTML Elements, Tags, and Attributes

Writing HTML In the Part 1 of this tutorial, I went briefly into what HTML and CSS is and some of the things you’ll need to help get you started in creating your own webpages. Now, I’ll explain in greater detail how HTML is used to structure your very first webpage. You won’t need to […]

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 HTML and CSS for Absolute Beginners – Part 1 – Intro

Target audience Hello and welcome to my series of tutorials on HTML and CSS for Absolute Beginners. Before I begin, I’d like to clarify who my target audience is and who these set of tutorials are tailored for. These next series of tutorials are for absolute beginners who have no insight or knowledge into making and creating websites […]

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 How To Set Up VirtualHosts Using Xampp on Mac

One of the more advanced topics of setting up you local development environment on your Mac, especially when using third-party software like Xampp, is to set up Virtual Hosts. Virtual Hosts allow you to create your own url (within the browser) and point it to your local directory on your hard drive. This means, instead […]

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 How To Prevent iPhone/iOS Devices From Zooming on Input Forms

iPhone input zoom

One of the new features(quirks) that Apple had currently implemented in iOS was the page zooming on input form fields when a user taps or focuses on the input field itself. The whole purpose for this was to help alleviate the strain of small font sizes on mobile screens, thus allowing the screen to zoom […]

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 How to Use CSS3 Multiple Backgrounds

Some of the new CSS3 features that is really popular today is being able to use multiple background images. Before CSS3 came along, you would have to have several elements or divs stacked on top of each other to create a similar effect. With CSS3, we’re now able to apply several backgrounds into one element.

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