XHTML and CSS - Div
17/02/2015

Div
In this tutorial we'll be looking at the XHTML div tag, the div element pretty much gives you the ability to define sections on your webpage, to place elements exactly where you want them. For example let's say you want a image in the top right, then a heading in the bottom left and some paragraphs in the middle, you can position them exactly how you want using the div element....

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XHTML and CSS - Span
17/02/2015

Span
In this tutorial we're going to be learning about the XHTML span tag, first I need to explain something else to show why the span tag is useful. Let's say you have a paragraph and you want to make a part of the text in that paragraph look different, if you style the paragraph element you would change the whole paragraph so that wouldn't work, but there is a way to do this usi...

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XHTML and CSS - Styling Unordered Lists
16/02/2015

Styling Unordered Lists
In this tutorial we're going to be looking at styling unordered list, first to do this we need a unordered list to style. <html> <head> <title> This is the title. </title> <style type="text/css"> </style> </head> <body> <ul> <li&g...

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XHTML and CSS - Styling Tables
16/02/2015

Styling Tables
In this tutorial we're going to be styling some XHTML tables with CSS, first to do this we need a table, so let's create a table with some random data in it. <html> <head> <title> This is the title. </title> <style type="text/css"> </style> </head> <body> &...

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XHTML and CSS - Styling Links
16/02/2015

Styling Links
In this tutorial we're going to be going over styling links, a link is a lot more complicated then you might think. A link is composed of something called states, a state is basically how and when you press a link. There's one state for when a link is first visited, there's another state for when the link has been clicked, there's another state for when your mouse is ...

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