XHTML and CSS - Text Areas
25/02/2015

Text Areas
In this tutorial we're going to be looking at HTML text areas, a text area is just like a big text field. To use a text area you use the textarea tags, the main attribute we need to use is the name, just like in every other form element. <html> <head> <title> This is the title. </title> <style type="text/c...

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XHTML and CSS - Drop Down Lists
25/02/2015

Drop Down Lists
In this tutorial we're going to be looking at HTML drop down lists, you might think why would I want to use a list over radio buttons, if you had say choice of country's you don't really want to have a radio button for every country. The first thing we need to create a drop down list is to create a select tag, every option that's in our drop down list will go betwe...

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XHTML and CSS - Check Boxes & Radio Buttons
25/02/2015

Check Boxes & Radio Buttons
In this tutorial we're going to be looking at some different types of input because sometimes you want the user to enter a unique piece of information, a username or password or something, but other times your going to want the user to pick from a set list. The first thing we need is our form, I'm going to use the form I made in the last tutorial. ...

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XHTML and CSS - Introduction to XHTML Forms
25/02/2015

Introduction to XHTML Forms
In this tutorial we're going to be looking at HTML forms, before this tutorial we've only really been displaying a webpage to the use, HTML forms are a way to get data from the user a login form for example. HTML forms are the border between web design and web programming and I'm unsure if this will be much use to you unless you're planning on learning ...

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XHTML and CSS - Fixed Positioning
24/02/2015

Fixed Positioning
In this tutorial we'll be looking at fixed positioning, it's the last positioning I'll be looking at in this tutorial series. Fixed positioning is a lot like absolute positioning, in the way that you have a coordinate in the top left of your screen and you're moving the element away from that top left position. The only difference between fixed positioning and abs...

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