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Archive for November, 2009
By Karthik Viswanathan on Thursday, November 26th, 2009 | 2 Comments »
Have you ever had to deal with a sloppy site? Maybe it was when you were working with a client. Or could it be your own site, which you formatted poorly because of inexperience? Regardless, there is a simple yet efficient way to make your site based completely off a template. All it requires is a bit of htaccess and some PHP.
Time for some incentive
This will be a multi-part tutorial in which we explain how to completely transform your site into an organized beast. Today’s section will focus on a few lines of .htaccess that you will soon come to love. But, before we begin, let’s go over a few advantages and some incentive for creating a template-focused site.
By Karthik Viswanathan on Saturday, November 14th, 2009 | No Comments »
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By Karthik Viswanathan on Wednesday, November 11th, 2009 | 4 Comments »
Navigation is a vital part of all websites. Visitors must have ways to traverse through pages to find what they need. Top navigation is a specific style in which links are placed at the top of a website. In this tutorial, we will explore the creation of a pure CSS top navigation.
Note: This article is for CSS beginners!
What makes top navigation so special?
When a user first visits a site, they immediately see the top half of a web page. For a quick fact, this half is known as the area above the fold.