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Sat, 21 May 2016

HTML Style

  1. Basic Principles
  2. Sans Tables
  3. Floating Forms

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Floating Form

Sometimes you want to creating floating forms . This one sort of works in reverse -- the form floats over a div and makes it show/hide. In real situations it would be the other way around.

See example.

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Mon, 14 Mar 2016

Sans Tables

Tutorial on how to avoid using tables in HTML designs.

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Sun, 18 Oct 2015

Basic Principles

  1. Alignment - page items are lined up with one another. Normally this implies the use of some form of grid, but at an abstract level no overall grid is strictly necessary.
  2. Proximity - objects close to one another are considered related and the opposite is true for items where some separation exists.
  3. Repetition - Like things should look alike. That means you need to repeat the styles for like things.
  4. Contrast - Different page areas need sufficient contrast to clue the reader that a difference exists. When you speak you'll change your vocal tone; on a page you make the entire section 'look' different.

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