Archive for the ‘XHTML’ Category

HTML and CSS – Origin

Posted by jposwal on November 4th, 2011 under CSS, Design, HTML5, Web Design, Web Standard, XHTMLTags: , , , ,  • No Comments

WEB DESIGN = DESIGN + INTEGRATION (HTML + CSS) What is Design? Is it something you sketch? Is it a bright idea in your mind? There are end less questions and answers about what design is. It is hard to just give one precise answer because design lives in so many areas of our lives.. […]

HTML5 - A Change

Posted by jposwal on November 27th, 2010 under HTML5, Web Standard, XHTMLTags: , , ,  • 1 Comment

HTML5 is the newest version of HTML. It offers new features to provide not only rich media support but also enhanced support for creating web applications that can interact with the user, his or her local data, and servers more easily and effectively. Before to write about HTML5 I would like to tell you about […]

Interview Questions For Front End Web Developer

Posted by jposwal on February 12th, 2010 under CSS, Design, Web Design, XHTML • 9 Comments

In this article, we will be discussing about the common questions that companies may ask you in your in-person interview as a CSS web developer or Front End Web Developer. There are no any fix pattern for these questions its all depends on the person who takes your interview. And also depends on on which […]

The difference between px, pt, % and em

Posted by jposwal on November 6th, 2009 under CSS, XHTMLTags: , ,  • 17 Comments

Many Designer would dispute about the usage of pixel (px), point (pt) and em when it comes to font sizes and line heights. In CSS, you’re given four different units by which you could measure the size of text as it’s displayed in the web browser. The most confusing aspects are which of these four […]

HTML email/newsletters design and coding tips.

Posted by jposwal on August 6th, 2009 under Web Design, XHTMLTags: , , ,  • No Comments

Emails are the most popular way to communicate in corporate world. Most company’s use it for communicate with their clients and send updates. HTML email allows the sender to properly express quotations, headings, bulleted lists, emphasized text, subscripts and superscripts, create and send beautiful graphics, create clickable links and use interactive forms. After design a […]

Rare Used HTML Tags You Really Should Know

Posted by jposwal on May 19th, 2009 under XHTMLTags: ,  • No Comments

Every web developer should use HTML often to display the content and will know HTML tags, but there are some rare HTML tags which is not often used by developers. <cite> tag: – The cite tag takes the selected block of the text or we can say define a citation and display it in italics. […]

How to use style definitions specifically for specific MSIE versions Using Conditional Comments.

Posted by jposwal on May 8th, 2009 under CSS, XHTMLTags: , ,  • 2 Comments

“Conditional Comments” (CC) are most commonly used to differentiating Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) rules intended for specific versions of Internet Explorer. Conditional comments are proprietary conditional statements interpreted by Microsoft Internet Explorer. Conditional comments have been available since MSIE 5 Windows and later (Mac IE doesn’t support them.). The most beneficial aspect of conditional comments […]

 

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