January 1, 2000

HTML Basics: Using Images

ell-used graphic images make a site more interesting, add information, and help with navigation. With a little forethought, you can use images that download quickly, display quickly, look good, and add value to your site. On the flip side, too

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CSS Style Properties

he symbol means that the style property is not supported by Netscape Navigator 4.0.The symbolmeans that the style property is not supported by Internet Explorer 3.0.The symbolmeans that the style property is not supported by Internet Explorer 4.0.If the symbol

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Designing with Sound

n this section, we discuss sound as a design element, and we explore some of the issues and considerations regarding sound on your Web site. The Audio Experience considers audio as part of the experience of your Web site. Different

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Inserting Audio

he following sections discuss linking to sound files, embedding sound files, autoplaying sounds, adding background sound, and using JavaScript to insert audio. We’ll continuously update and add more ways of adding audio as we learn more. Click on any of

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Optimizing Design: Thumbnails

thumbnail is a miniaturized version of a full-sized image. As a design element it can enable you to show many images without the overhead of full-sized versions. One way to show several images on a page?without drowning your readers in

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Optimizing Design: Interlacing

nterlacing is a technique for loading graphic files in a non-contiguous manner.GIF files can be saved in two ways, consecutive and interlaced. Consecutive GIFs are displayed on the screen line-by-line starting at the top of the image. The effect is

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CSS: Color and Backgrounds

olor Values: name, #hex, rgb(R%, G%, B%), rgb(R, G, B)You have four options for specifying color: As a standard color name As a hexadecimal value As an RGB percentage As a decimal value from 0 to 255 From other HTML

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