How To: Add a background to a CSS image container div

See how to add a background image to an CSS image container div with this handy hand-coder's guide. Whether you're using a fancy WYSIWYG (or what-you-see-is-what-you-get) page editor like Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 or a barebones text editor like Notepad, if you want to build websites, you'll need to have some understanding of HTML (for the structure of your web pages) and CSS (for their style). And this free coder's guide will get you started along that path.

How To: Hack websites using cross-site scripting (XSS)

In this episode of Full Disclosure we are explaining the website attack known as Cross-Site Scripting (XSS). Cross-Site Scripting is a type of security vulnerability that affects web applications that do not sanitize user input properly. This kind of vulnerability allows an "attacker" to inject HTML or client side script like JavaScript into the website. Cross-Site Scripting is most commonly used to steal cookies. Cookies are used for authenticating, tracking, and maintaining specific informa...

How To: Make a hyperlink (clickable link or image) in HTML

Have you ever gone to websites and seen an entire URL address you have to copy and paste into your browser window? Is the thought of having such an inconvenience on your page making you wish there was a better way? Today is your lucky day because success is going to teach you step by step how to make a HTML hyperlink that user of your website can use to navigate to different portions of your website without the inconvenience of copying and pasting long dragged out links.

How To: Insert HTML content over Photoshop slices

If you already know how to make Photoshop slices and bring them into Dreamweaver for use on your website, there's really only one more thing you need to know to utilize these slices properly on your website: how to insert HTML content over the sliced images to make your website both functional and cool-looking. What more could you want your site to be?

How To: Design visual elements in CSS

Have you seen extravagant graphics on web pages or in the GUI (Graphical User Interface) of a commercially published program? Do you wish you could create graphics comparable to published works? Now you can! This tutorial will take you step by step in creating visual elements in CSS. Cascading Style sheets are the present and future of web pages and this tutorial will make sure you are not left behind. The visual aspect of web pages are of utmost importance and the major determinant of a user...

How To: Create a photo gallery with CSS

Learn how to easily create a CSS photo gallery with a unordered list and a little bit of CSS. Whether you're using a fancy WYSIWYG (or what-you-see-is-what-you-get) page editor like Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 or a barebones text editor like Notepad, if you want to build websites, you'll need to have some understanding of HTML (for the structure of your web pages) and CSS (for their style). And this free coder's guide will get you started along that path.

How To: Program the light sensor on a Lego Mindstorms robot

The light sensor on a Lego Mindstorms NXT robot can be used to help the robot navigate obstacles or follow light sources. Learn how to program light sensors and the calibration program in the Lego Mindstorms NXT robotics system using movement blocks within the NXT programming environment. Program the light sensor on a Lego Mindstorms robot.

How To: Use basic HTML with Notepad

This is an introduction to HTML using Notepad. While some prefer to use a WYSIWYG editor, HTML can be a great benefit if you want to modify your MySpace profile, embed video clips on your blog, etc. The second part of this video series expands on using HTML, introduces a WYSIWIG (What You See Is What You Get) editor into the mix, and gives a basic introduction to Microsoft Front Page.

How To: Create a free flash website using Wix

In this video, we learn how to create a free flash website using Wix. First, log online and go to "www.wix.com" and either create a screen name or log into your account. Now, click on "create" and choose a premade template or make one from scratch. Now, change the background to a color you prefer, then add in a frame and different media to your page. You can also add a title to the website by clicking on the "text" section. You can play around with the different effects and additions, making ...

How To: Use the Weltmeister level editor and Impact engine to make games in HTML5

HTML5 has great potential to eliminate browser compatibility issues and allow web games to be played cross-platform by mobile, PC, Mac, and Linux users. Impact is the first game development engine available for HTML5, as demonstrated in this video, and Weltmeister is the 2D level editor included in the release. This video will show you how to use Weltmeister to make 2D levels for your games. Use the Weltmeister level editor and Impact engine to make games in HTML5.

How To: Change your HTML font and size

Learn how to change your HTML font and size with this video. First go to edit menu> preferences and then select fonts. Here there are many fonts that have their own categories-proportional font, fixed font and code view. On the right hand side, one can even change the size. Once the settings are changed, click on "OK". That's it, the font as well as its size are changed. It will help while working on the software for better viewing in case of small screens.

How To: Create a parallax background effect with CSS

In this clip, you will see how to create a cool parallax effect with some CSS and images. Whether you're using a fancy WYSIWYG (or what-you-see-is-what-you-get) page editor like Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 or a barebones text editor like Notepad, if you want to build websites, you'll need to have some understanding of HTML (for the structure of your web pages) and CSS (for their style). And this free coder's guide will get you started along that path.

How To: Design a 3D background with a parallax effect

Using three layers of alpha transparent PNG files, we can can create a pseudo 3-dimensional looking background for a web page using the parallax effect. This video screencast covers how to do that from start to finish. Since Internet Explorer 6 and under do not support alpha transparency in PNG's, this screencase also covers how to create a warning message that will display only in those web browsers. You'll see how to use TextMate, Adobe Photshop, Safari, and VMware Fusion for your CSS build...

How To: Create a basic layout for a web page with CSS

In this free web developer's guide, you will learn the basic of creating a basic CSS layout. Whether you're using a fancy WYSIWYG (or what-you-see-is-what-you-get) page editor like Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 or a barebones text editor like Notepad, if you want to build websites, you'll need to have some understanding of HTML (for the structure of your web pages) and CSS (for their style). And this free coder's guide will get you started along that path.

How To: Create a simple two-column layout with CSS

See a very simple way to create a two-column layout with pure CSS. Whether you're using a fancy WYSIWYG (or what-you-see-is-what-you-get) page editor like Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 or a barebones text editor like Notepad, if you want to build websites, you'll need to have some understanding of HTML (for the structure of your web pages) and CSS (for their style). And this free coder's guide will get you started along that path.

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