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Search engines will look in your root domain for a special file named "robots.txt". This file tells the robot (spider) which files and directories it may spider.
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DESIGN, CODE, CONTENT. Each week, ALA brings you a new feature story on the art of webmaking-from pixels to prose, coding to content.
Some browsers (IE6) misinterpret the CSS1 box model by placing border and padding inside the specified width which results in a total total width of the box.
You've heard the buzz about the seperation of style from content, but you are stuck in the world of nested tables and deprecated markup. If so, you have come to the right place!
The bugs are arranged by browser version, in reverse chronological order by release date. Bugs which have been fixed have been removed to a separate page.
A special purpose "floated" <div>element</div> used for text wrap control. Most often used in groupings to induce text wrap around complex background images or sliced image sets. The resulting aggressive text wrap emulates advanced magazine layout or des
Complete list of all CSS elements
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Many articles and a very good forum
Inspired by other sites' 404 pages and ready to create your own work of error art? Here is some information to get you started.
Hobbes Internet Timeline from 1950 to 2010
Here are some tricks to hide css rules from buggy browsers. There are several browsers where all the tricks listed here don't work (maybe they are too standards compliant, maybe they have exploitable bugs that I don't know yet):
HTML tables are still many a discussed topic on various mailing lists, forums and chat channels. Many people have realised that they are not the most clever method of defining the layout of a page.
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Listutorial takes you through the basics of building background image lists, rollover lists, nested lists and horizontal lists
CSS Play is a collection of webpages that I have made that use Cascading Style Sheets to achieve some affect. Please be warned that not all pages work completely and some are just concepts. Some pages will not work in all web browsers; the best bet is to
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Examples of how to create CSS based page layouts, style your documents and organize your code.
A site from Big John. He built this site to explain some obtuse CSS bugs in modern browsers, provide demo examples of interesting CSS behaviors, and show how to 'make it work' without using tables for layout purposes.
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An introduction to the Level 1 DOM and its many possibilities. The DOM treee, nodes, how to change them and how to create and delete them.
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Many articles and a very good forum
Sphider is a lightweight web spider and search engine written in PHP, using MySQL as its back end database. It is suitable for adding search functionality to small or medium sites (up to around 100,000 pages).
It has been advocated many times that tables shouldn't be use in HTML for layout purposes. This page shows one way to create a 3 columns layout using CSS only
A working draft of an article for Jill Whalen's High Rankings Advisor. This articles collects usability tips from the "Search Engine Friendly Design & Usability" forum
This is a simple "wizard tool" to create a User Style Sheet. These can be extremely useful for students with visual impairments, scotopic senstivity or visual processing difficulties such as some forms of dyslexia.
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After you have studied our Web Building Tutorial, you will know how to build a professional web site. You will also know how to prepare yourself for the future, and how to use new technologies like XHTML and XML.
Many forums and a lot of information about search machines
Cascading Style Sheets is a means to separate the presentation from the structural markup of a web site. By applying a CSS style you have the ability to keep the structure of your document lean and fast, while controlling the appearance of the content