Domain: htmlgoodies.com

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CSS Layouts Without Tables
But how can we create a decent page layout without tables? Surely everything will just appear in a single boring column if we don't use tables. ...
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Toss out your Tables! CSS is the scene!
Simply stated, using CSS for page layout is — once you get the hang of it — much more powerful and much simpler than using tables.
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So You Want To Open A Window, Huh?
That little script will work and open a new browser window and you'll get the effect. But wouldn't it be great if we actually had the ability to configure ...
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Fieldsets and Legends
I know this reads like it is in direct contradiction to what I wrote about tables and forms up above, but hear me out. Notice how the FIELDSET table is ...
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So, You Want A Table Inside A Table, Huh?
This is a quick tutorial about putting one inside the other.
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Working with Internet Explorer's AutoComplete
If you've stopped by this tutorial, then you most likely know what I mean by Microsoft Internet Explorer's AutoComplete. It's a rather nice function that ...
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So, You Want A Shopping Cart, Huh?
Move information across pages using cookies. This is a must for people who sell anything over the Web.
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JavaScript Primers, Tutorials and Scripts from HTMLGoodies
Our last article in this series covered the basics of object-oriented programming in JavaScript. This article is going to continue on that path, ...
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Cascading Style Sheets, HTMLGoodies CSS Tutorials and Resources
Cascading Style Sheets are used to create the layout and design of your web site. HTMLGoodies CSS area guides you through the process with our easy to ...
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So You Want Your Own Bookmark Icon, Huh?
The URL that alerts the browser to the icon is just your Web address with the domain taken off and a leading slash. See that? If you want, you can put in ...
 
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