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March 26, 2008

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Illustrated PowerPoint 2003 Tutorial

This 22-page Illustrated PowerPoint 2003 Tutorial, from Lake Land College, teaches you the fundamentals of using PowerPoint’s interface and how to design your slide presentation using clipart, photos, sounds, custom animation and transitions. Also covered are how to print and save presentations. (16 pages, 699kb, pdf format)

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322 CSS Tutorials

Here are 322 CSS Tutorials, linked from the tutorial portal, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a simple and powerful method for managing and applying style to web documents and HTML pages. Whether you are a web designer, developer, or anywhere in between, CSS is an important part of developing websites. These CSS tutorials teach you how use Cascading Style Sheets and much of the functionality you can get by using them.

CSS Tutorial Topics:

 - Advanced Techniques
 - Background
 - Box Model
 - Buttons and Navigations
 - Colors and Effects
 - Cursors
 - Forms
 - Getting Started
 - Layouts
 - Links Formatting
 - Miscellaneous
 - Positioning and Styling
 - Scrollbars
 - Text Formatting

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324 HTML Tutorials

Here are 324 HTML Tutorials from around the web, linked from These HTML tutorials will teach you everything you need to know about HTML & XHTML so you can design and create great attractive and user friendly websites. Also use these to update and increase your web development skills.

HTML Tutorial Topics:

 - Adding Text
 - Designing
 - Forms
 - Frames
 - Getting Started
 - Image Mapping
 - Images
 - Tables
 - Text and Documents Linking
 - Third Party

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171 Illustrator Tutorials

Here are 171 Adobe Illustrator Tutorials from around the web, linked from Adobe Illustrator is vector-based graphics editor that you can use to create and design artwork such as logos. It is powerful and feature-filled tool that you can use in the creation of print media and web graphics.

Illustrator Tutorial Categories:

 - 3D Effects
 - Drawing
 - Getting Started
 - Text Effects
 - Web Graphics

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March 25, 2008

48 Perl and CGI Tutorials

Here are 48 Perl and CGI Tutorials on the Web, linked from These will teach you how to program many website functions and features using Perl.

Perl Tutorial Topics:

 - CMS, Counters and Guestbooks
 - Cookies and Authentication
 - Database Integration
 - File Manipulation
 - General Development
 - Getting Started
 - Image Manipulation
 - Miscellaneous
 - XML and Perl

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61 ImageReady Tutorials

Here are 61 Adobe ImageReady Tutorials from around the web, courtesy of Adobe Imageready is a bitmap graphics editor that comes with Photoshop. It consists of several graphics tools that you can use to edit and manipulate graphics and photos for the Web. These tutorials will teach you all of Imageready’s features that you need to know to effectively use this tool.

ImageReady Tutorial Topics:

 - Animation
 - Banners
 - Buttons
 - Getting Started
 - Slicing
 - Text Effects
 - Web Graphics

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166 Adobe Fireworks Tutorials

Here are 166 Adobe Fireworks Tutorials, linked from Adobe Fireworks is a design and graphics editing application that you can use to create compelling Web graphics. These Fireworks tutorials will show you how to: use bitmap tools to edit an image, create logos for your company or site, design Web pages for your site, add rollover buttons, export your pages as HTML file, and much more.

Firework Tutorial Topics:

 - Animation
 - Buttons, Menus and Interfaces
 - Drawing
 - Getting Started
 - Picture Editing
 - Special Effects
 - Text Effects
 - Tips and Tricks

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March 22, 2008

2 Office 2003 Tutorials

Here are two Office 2003 Tutorials, one covering Foundations and the other teaching Drawing Tools, from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. These two Office tutorials are contained in one pdf file: 28 pages in length and 831kb in size. Also, check out these other Office tutorials from this university’s site…I have been told that these may be removed soon from their website: PowerPoint 2003 Tutorials, Access Tutorials, Excel 2003 Tutorials, and Word 2003 Tutorials (the web pages are already removed, but the tutorials, in pdf format, are currently available).

The Office Foundation workshop tutorial shows you how to use you several important fundamental Office features, and helps you gain a working knowledge of the tools and features common throughout all Office applications.

Contents of Office 2003 Foundations Tutorial:

Module 1:  Task Pane and Smart Tags
     Task Pane
     Smart Tags
Module 2:  Customization
     Application Options
     Creating shortcuts to the applications
Module 3:  File Management
     Working with Multiple Documents
     Tips for File Management

The Office Drawing Tools workshop tutorial teaches you how to use the drawing tools within the Microsoft Office applications, allowing you to create drawings, labels, diagrams, and other graphical objects.

Contents of Office 2003 Drawing Tools Tutorial:

Module 1:  The Word Environment
    Viewing the Toolbar
    Touring the Toolbars
    The Drawing Canvas
Module 2:  Uusing The Drawing Tools
    Basic Tools
    Insert a Diagram
    Inserting pictures and Clipart
Module 3:  Formatting
    Moving, Resizing, and Deleting Drawn Objects
    Formatting Options on the Toolbar
    The Format Object Box
Module 4:  The Draw Menu
    Draw Menu Tools
    Pull­Out Menu

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March 19, 2008

11 Excellent Access 2003 Tutorials

Here are 11 excellent Access 2003 Tutorials, from, that will teach you most of the important features of Access that you need to know to use this database application effectively and efficiently. Access topics covered by these tutorials include the following: creating a new database, working with data, tables and fields, creating and working with queries, forms and reports, and creating and using macros

The Fundamentals
In this tutorial you will learn about exactly what a database is, what it is used for, and how to perform simple database tasks, such as adding and deleting records. This tutorial also takes you on a basic tour of various parts of a Microsoft Access database: Tables, Forms, Reports, and Queries.

Creating and Working with a Database
In this tutorial, you will learn to create and modify the major database objects: tables, forms, queries, and reports. You will even learn some basic database management tasks, such as how to delete and rename database objects and how to repair and compress a database.

Finding, Filtering, and Formatting Data
Microsoft Access is equipped with an arsenal of Find, Sort, and Filter commands that can track down and organize a table’s information in record time. In this tutorial you will learn how to use these commands.

Working with Tables and Fields
This tutorial explains just about everything you will ever need to know about tables and fields: how to link two or more related tables, how to create indexes for faster performance, and how to create a primary key field, which uniquely identifies each record in a table. This tutorial also explains how to change all the properties and settings for your tables’ fields, such as how they are formatted and what kind of information they can store.

Creating Relational Databases
In this tutorial you will learn how to link tables in an existing database together in a one-to-many relationship to create a relational database. You will also learn how to enforce referential integrity between those tables to keep records in related fields valid and accurate.

Working with Queries
In this tutorial you will learn how to harness the power of queries. First you will learn about all the different types of queries: simple select queries, parameter queries that prompt you for more information, crosstab queries that summarize records in an easy-to-understand format, and action queries that actually modify the records in your database.

Working with Forms
This tutorial explains everything you have ever wanted to know about forms and maybe a few things you didn’t want to know.

Working with Reports
This tutorial explains all the ins and outs of creating and working with reports: Formatting Options; Sorting and Grouping Options; Combine Data from Linked Tables.

Formatting Forms and Reports
This tutorial explains how to format your forms and reports to make them more visually attractive and easier to read. You will learn how to change the appearance, size, and color of fonts and how to align text inside a control. This tutorial also describes how you can add pictures and graphics to your forms and reports.

Working with Macros
A macro is a set of one or more actions that perform a particular operation, such as opening a form or printing a report. Macros can help you to automate common tasks. For example, you can run a macro that prints a report when a user clicks a command button.

Advanced Topics
This tutorial explains how you can use Access with other programs,how to import and export databases in other file formats, difference between importing objects from another database versus linking to objects in another database, learn how to create a Microsoft Excel worksheet based on an Access query, transfer an Access table to Microsoft Word, or use Word with Access to create mail-merge letters.

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March 18, 2008

19 FrontPage 2003 Tutorials

Here are 19 FrontPage 2003 Tutorials, from, teaching you many of FrontPage’s features that you need to know to create attractive and compelling web sites. These cover important FrontPage functionality, such as hyperlinks, images, tables, frames, CSS, layers, DHTML, structuring your site, themes, templates, collaboration tools, and working with Databases.

FrontPage Intorduction to: Site management, Site publishing, Templates and wizards, Collaboration tools, Integration with Microsoft Office.

Creating a Basic Web Page
This tutorial will help you to making a basic web page in FrontPage. And shows some features which will speedup your work like: Hands-on editing (you have not need to write code); Speed: tasks that are extremely tedious when coding manually; visual aids. FrontPage provides diagrams to help manage; guidance. FrontPage menus and toolbars provide direction that’s lacking in an all-text HTML world.

Working with Text
This tutorials covers the following: Inserting spaces between paragraphs and words; adding special characters, selection and move of text; format characters like change color, size; formatting of paragraphs, aligning and spacing etc.

This tutorial described: what hyperlinks are, what url’s are, differnece between absolute & relative urls, working with hyperlinks and tooltips…

Work with Images
This tutorial covers the following: Image Files on the Web; Adding Pictures; formatting pictures; Adding Videos and Flash Movies; Saving Image Files; Creating an Image Map; Creating Thumbnails; Adding a Photo Gallery; Adding a Background Picture.

You’ll learn: introduction to tables, rows cells, how to insert table, formatting of table and cells and FrontPage layout tables.

You’ll learn: Deciding Whether to Use Frames; Creating Frames and Framesets; Editing Frameset Content; Hyperlinking from Frames; Creating Inline Frames; Alternatives to Frames.

Cascading Style Sheets
You’ll learn: inroduction to CSS (Cascading Style Sheets); create an external style sheet; create embeded style sheet; applying style; understanding to styles behavior.

You’ll learn: layers types; how to create, select and modify layers; how to resize and position layers and working with nesting layers.

DHTML: Adding Interactivity
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create rollover buttons, cascading menus, play sounds, and display pop-up windows and messages. You can even automatically reroute your visitors to a different Web page. You’ll learn to do all these things with FrontPage DHTML (short for Dynamic HTML) effects and behaviors.

Creating and Structuring Your Web Site
This tutorial will help you tackle important decisions that rear up when you start building a Web site: what FrontPage tools should you use to create your site? Where should you save your site? What should you name it? Once you get going, you’ll also need to know how to store and organize all the files that you’re creating.

Themes, Link Bars, and Templates
You’ll learn, how to use FrontPage’s themes, linkbars, and page banners. Create page templates and dynamic web templates and more.

Testing your site
This tutorial will give you tips about testing, like: validation, accessibility, testing with different browsers, html optimization, hyperlinks testing and usage of FrontPage tool REPORTS.

Publishing your Site
You’ll learn: Microsoft Web Server Technologies: FrontPage Server Extensions; Windows SharePoint Services; SharePoint Team Services; Authoring Modes; Setting Publishing Preferences for FrontPage, how to open remote web site in FrontPage, and how to Cleanup Code.

Collaboration Tools
When you bring additional authors into the mix, the whole process of creating a Web site gets more complicated. You’ll learn how to assign pages, how to control over documents, and how to assign task to differnt webmasters.

Gathering Data with Forms
This tutorial introduces you to forms and the many ways FrontPage lets you manage them. You can create your own form manually or use a FrontPage form template (a ready-made form-creating tool). You’ll learn how to collect the data you’re receiving in a variety of formatsfrom email to text files, or you can even pipe the info you’re gathering into a database. And you’ll also learn a few form-related tricks, like how to make sure that visitors fill in certain fields and how to let them know they’ve successfully filled out and submitted your form.

Working with Databases
This tutorial shows you how to set up FrontPage so that you can easily tap into data storehouses and fill your pages with whatever info you want to retrieve. You’ll also learn how to add a search feature to your site. As usual, you can do it all without a lick of programming knowledge.

Interacting with a Database
This tutorial teaches you how to create what is essentially a Web-based application that lets visitors work directly with a database. After you learn how to create this tool, you’ll see exactly how it works within a browser.

Integrating FrontPage with Office Programs
When you’re transferring material into FrontPage from another Office program, there are some basic dos and don’ts, all of which you’ll read about in this tutorial. You’ll learn about incorporating actual Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files into your site. You’ll also see how to convert them into a more Web-friendly format and find out about a few other options for getting information out of Office and up on your Web site.

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6 Excel 2007 Tutorials

These are 6 Excel 2007 Tutorials, from, that teach you how to create spreadsheets, use formulas and functions, work with charts and graphs, analyze data, and work with VBA and macros.

Worksheet Basics
Learn what Excel is used for, parts of Excel’s window, Ribbon user interface, shortcut menus, dialog boxes and how to navigate Excel worksheets.

Formulas and Functions
Formulas and worksheet functions are essential to manipulating data and obtaining useful information from the Excel workbooks. This tutorial present a wide variety of formula examples that uses many of Excel’s functions.

Charts and Graphics
Learn how to use Excel’s graphics capabilities to display your data in a chart and how to use Excel’s other drawing tools to enhance a worksheets.

Data Sharing
Learn how to protect workbooks and worksheets and how to extract data from a database or xml file and analyze it with Excel 2007, and save excel worksheets or workbook for the web so people can browse it.

Analyze Data
Learn how to obtain and analyze data with powerful and easy to use Excel capabilities.

VBA and Macros
Learn how to: automate routine operations with macros and VBA, use the macro recorder, how macros work, and where Excel stores them. Learn how to use Visual Basic editor, important code techniques, and few useful macros.

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9 Excel Tutorials

Here are 9 Excel Tutorials, from, that will teach you several important features of Excel XP. Functionality covered includes named ranges, pivot tables, charting, formulas, functions, macros, and exporting excel spreadsheets to Word. \Most of these Excel tutorials can also be used for learning how to use Excel 2003.

Build Pivot Tables By Using VBA
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to create a Pivot Table, using a powerful macro language called Visual Basic for Application (VBA)

Reducing Workbook and Worksheet Frustration
Excel enables you to have multiple workbooks showing simultaneously, and to have a customized view of your workbooks arranged in different windows. Then you can save your view workspaces as .xlw files and use them when it suits you.

Excel’s Built-in Features
Although Excel comes with a wide variety of standard features for managing and analyzing data, the boundaries of these features are often frustrating. This tutorial provide numerous ways in which you can escape these boundaries and make Excel a much more powerful tool.

Named Ranges
The biggest advantage to using named ranges is that formulas become a lot easier to read and understand, not only to you but also to others who need to work with your spreadsheets. Using named ranges, you can reference a range of cells and give it a specific name.

Pivot Tables
PivotTables are one of Excel’s most powerful attractions, though many people don’t know what they do. PivotTables display and extract a variety of information from a table of data that resides within either Microsoft Excel or another compatible database type.

Charts giving spreadsheets visual power beyond mere calculations. Excel’s chart capabilities are impressive, many times you’ll want to go beyond the basic functionality provided by the software’s built-in Chart Wizard to create charts that are more responsive to changes in data, or you simply will want to go beyond the range of options Excel most obviously provides. This chapter enable you to do all of this and more.

Formulas and Functions
The formula and function capabilities built into Excel might not always be what you want, further complicating the situation. Fortunately, there are a lot of ways you can keep your formulas and functions sane.

Macros make it wonderfully easy to automate repetitive tasks in Excel, but the way they’re created and the facilities for using them are sometimes problematic. Fortunately, Excel is flexible enough that you can fix those problems and create new features with a minimum of effort.

Connecting Excel to the World
Excel has long had connections to other members of the Microsoft Office family, as well as to databases. With the growth of the Web, Excel developed HTML export capabilities as well, making it easy to publish information created in Excel.

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18 PHP and MySQL Tutorials

Here are 18 PHP and MySQL Tutorials, from These will teach you how use PHP and MySQL, along with showing you how to use both of these web development technologies together.

Database Applications and the Web
With the growth of the Web over the past decade, there has been a similar growth in services that are accessible over the Web. Many new services are…

PHP is similar to high-level languages such as C, Perl, Pascal, FORTRAN, and Java, and programmers who have experience with…

In this tutorial, we introduce the MySQL database management system (DBMS) and the SQL database query language for defining and…

Querying Web Databases
This tutorial is the first of six that introduce practical web database application development. In this tutorial, we introduce the basics of connecting to the MySQL DBMS with PHP…

User-Driven Querying
We focus here on user-driven querying, in which the user provides data that controls the query process…

Writing to Web Databases
Writing data in web database applications requires different techniques than reading data. Issues of transactions and concurrency become important, and we introduce these issues and the principles of dealing with them in this tutorial…

Validation on the Server and Client
Validation is essential to web database applications. Ensuring that data meets user and system requirements is important, but ensuring that the…

In this tutorial we will discuss how sessions are managed, Introduce cookies, configure PHP session management library, PHP session management…

Authentication and Security
There are many database applications in which restrictions need to be applied to control user access. Some applications deal with sensitive …

Winestore Customer Management
This tutorial is the first of four that outline the case study winestore application. It contains an overview of the complete application, as well…

Shopping Cart
In this tutorial, we introduce the shopping cart developed for the online winestore. The shopping cart is typical of those used in online stores: the user can add items to the cart and manage the quantities of the different items. The solution we outline is scalable and practical.

Ordering and Shipping at the Winestore
We complete our description of the shopping components of the winestore by outlining the ordering and shipping modules in this tutorial…

Related Topics
This tutorial completes our outline of the online winestore. We present here the completed searching and browsing module, and two related topics in web database applications

Installation Guide
This tutorial is a guide to installing the software used. The first section presents the steps to install and configure MySQL, Apache…

Internet and Web Protocols
In this tutorial, we introduce the networking protocols and standards of the Internet. The first part give a brief overview of the networking protocol TCP/IP and its basic principles. The second, larger part of this appendix is a discussion of HTTP…

Modeling and Designing Relational Databases
Relational database management systems, or RDBMSs, maintain, enforce, and use relationships between data.

Object Oriented Programming in PHP
One of the key features of object-oriented programming (OOP) is the ability to create new data types in which the data and the implementation of operations are bound together…

Regular Expressions
Regular expressions enables to find and extract more complicated pieces of information in a strings and do this in a multiple-byte character set environment …

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March 17, 2008

10 Word Tutorials

Here are 10 Word Tutorials, from, that cover and teach several important features of Word XP, including formatting, styles, graphics, layouts, faxing, scanning, tables, text boxes, macros, and mail merge. Most of these Word tutorials can also be used for learning how to use these features in Word 2003.

Word Installation, Repair, and Configuration
Installating Word should be a snap, whether you’re installing Word on its own or as part of Office. You slide in the CD, make a few simple decisions.

Creating and Saving Documents in Word
Saving could be simple tooif Word didn’t provide a whole tab’s worth of save options to confuse the issue. Some of these options are pretty much guaranteed to cause problem, while others can help you work faster and recover as much of your work as possible if Word crashes.

Word Text Entry and Editing
This Word tutorial explores how to eliminate the problems you may encounter when entering and editing text.

Word Formatting and Layout
Here you’ll learn how to sort out, how to use Word’s styles and placing graphics where you want them.

Using Forms, Revising, Proofing, and Finalizing in Word
We’ll start with a quick look at Word forms, then take a look at two features most: Track Changes and the spelling and grammar checkers.

Printing, Faxing, and Scanning in Word
This tutorial shows you how to deal with printing, faxing and scanning problem in Microsoft Word.

Using Word Tables, Columns, and Text Boxes
We’ll learn Word’s fancy drawing features for tables; how to position tables & textboxes and their contents exactly where you want them and prevent Word from adjusting column widths without your consent; how to use header rows, borders, and formulae; and many other table-related issues.

Automate Work in Word with Macros
n this tutorial, I’ll show you how to eliminate 15 or so common automations by using macros. Some of these automation work are specific ones that you may share.

OLE, Mail Merge, and Office Applications
How to choose between linking and embedding, and how to deal with broken links after one of your colleagues has made the wrong choice, how to deal with the grievances typically aired about mail merging.

Mac & Word
This is a tutorial, so it concentrates on the Word problems that are most likely to crop up for Mac users. The tutorial starts with severe problems that might make you want to encourage your Mac to fly.

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9 Photoshop and ImageReady Tutorials

Here are 9 Photoshop and ImageReady Tutorials, from, that will teach you how to use Photoshop and Image Ready to prepare and manipulate images that will be used on the web.

Create New File for Web
Learn how to set Image Dimensions, Resolution, Color Mode, Bit Depth, Background Content and Color Profile for a new file in Photoshop.

Create a Navigation Bar in Adobe Photoshop and ImageReady
In this tutorial you’ll learn a variety of techniques for creating visually exciting graphics that support and enhance navigation. 

Slice and Optimize Web Images in Adobe Photoshop
Slice a navigation bar and optimize each slice as a separate GIF or JPEG. You can slice and optimize in either Photoshop or ImageReady. This tutorial uses Photoshop.

Slice Options in Adobe ImageReady
Learn how the contents of a selected slice appear in a Web browser. 

JPEG Optimization Settings
Optimizing reduces the size of an image so it will load faster in a Web browser. JPEG, is the best format for optimizing photographs.

GIF Optimization Settings
GIF, which stands for Graphics Interchange Format, is the ideal format for optimizing areas of solid color and lines, like illustrations, logos, cartoons, line art, and text.

Learn very useful retouching techniques

Create a javascript rollover
Rollover animations are graphics that change as you pass the mouse over a specific spot onscreen

How to Use Red-Eye Tool
Red eye happens when the light from the camera flash reflects off the subject’s retina. It can make for a disturbingly demonic image .

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March 6, 2008

Office 2007 Training Handouts and Slides

Here are Office 2007 Training Handouts and Slides for helping you make the switch to Office 2007, from Kansas University. These Office 2007 tutorials and slides cover Office 2007 in general, along with Access, Excel, Outlook, and Word. These will show you how to use the Ribbon, which is a new user interface feature that takes some practice using to get used to. These documents are in pdf format.

Office 2007: Making the Switch
This introductory session offers an overview to the main features in Office 2007

Office 2007: Making the Switch Handout
An excellent introduction to Microsoft Office 2007 and Vista

Access 2007: Making the Switch
Access 2007: Making the Switch is designed for experienced Microsoft Access users who have worked with earlier versions of Microsoft Access and who have upgraded to Microsoft Access 2007.

Excel 2007: Making the Switch
Excel 2007 has a new design that makes your work easier, faster, and more efficient. The new Ribbon puts the commands you use most often in plain sight on your work surface instead of hidden in menus or dialog boxes. Ready-made cell styles let you quickly format your worksheet to make it easier to read and interpret. The new Page Layout view shows how your printed worksheet will look as you’re creating it. Get familiar with the new design, and to see for yourself that you won’t have to learn Excel all over again.

Outlook 2007: Making the Switch
Find commands on the Ribbon and do the things you do every day: read and send e-mail, work with appointments and meetings, and use your contacts.

Word 2007: Making the Switch
Word 2007 has been redesigned to make your work easier, faster, and more efficient. It introduces a new feature, the Ribbon, which brings the most popular commands to the forefront. See how this new workspace will enable you to create and edit documents quickly and smoothly. Get familiar with what’s new and see for yourself that you won’t have to learn Word all over again.

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March 4, 2008

15 HTML and CSS Tutorials

Here are 15 HTML and CSS Tutorials, from These cover much of the basics and HTML and CSS, as well as some more advanced techniques, such as using forms, margins, borders, padding, positioning, floats, and z-index.

Building an HTML Page
Learn how to create an HTML template. This template will contain all the necessary and helpful technical and structural bits that form the basis of a document that will conform and validate, too.

Adding Text and Links
This HTML tutorial shows you how to work with text and links on your web pages. From the logic of headers and lists to a variety of linking options, you’ll find out what it means to create great text in noble fashion, making your content as royal as can be.

Adding Images, Media, and Scripts
Learn how to prepare images for your web pages. Using a good image editor, you can quickly learn the details.

Creating Tables
Tables are a very helpful way of presenting data on a website. The ideal is to avoid tables altogether, except for the purpose for which they were intended.

Building Forms
Using this HTML Forms tutorial, you’ll find out how to build HTML forms and make them logical and accessible.

Working with Frames
Learn about two very specific reasons to use frames with your web pages.

Using CSS
This CSS tutorial teaches you how to set up CSS to be most efficient and flexible for your designs.

Working with Color and Images Using CSS
This CSS tutorial teaches you how to apply images to backgrounds and elements, and you’ll learn about methods of using images for a range of visual techniques.

Styling Text
In this CSS tutorial, you’ll learn about font and text styles, along with some of the additional style properties that will affect your text but not necessarily be limited to use with text. You’ll also learn about additional selector types that have not yet been introduced to you.

Link Effects, Lists, and Navigation
In this CSS tutorial, you first create some simple styles for links and then progress to multiple link styles. You’ll then learn to manage lists with CSS.

Margins, Borders, and Padding
This CSS tutorial teaches you one of the coolest things about CSS “style features” such as margins, borders and padding.

Positioning, Floats, and Z-index
In this CSS tutorial, you’ll learn the basis for what you need to know about creating great CSS-based layouts, instead of the table-based.

CSS Layouts
This CSS Layouts tutorial shows you how to use the primary types of layouts in CSS that are typically used to achieve a range of design.

XHTML 1.0 References
This XHTML tutorial teaches all elements in the XHTML 1.0 Transitional DTD.

CSS 2.1 Reference
In this CSS reference, you’ll find information about the selectors and properties available for use in CSS 2.1.

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