Google, in its endeavor in making the web a beautiful place for people spending their time online, has published a font directory. The Google Font Directory acts as a site directory for all the fonts available via the Google Fonts API.
You will find many articles on WordPress, Dokuwiki and other content management systems on this blog. It also contain good web design tips. This post consolidates all the articles related to content management systems, web designing, and web hosting in one place. Check them out !
This is a collection of resources put together by Google which teaches you how to optimize your website.
Google has been at the forefront in urging people (mainly web masters, web designers, and web developers) in creating websites which support multiple devices, are fast loading, and standards compliant. With this goal in mind, Google is endeavouring to provide a collection of knowledge articles (tutorials) and videos which help people make their websites load faster thus speeding up the web.
In CSS, you can fix the font size of your content using 4 different units namely em, px, pt, and %. Each of these units have their own characteristics which make them ideally suitable for use in specific situations. The following is a mind map highlighting the differences between these four units used by web designers.
Web accessibility is a hot topic for web designers and users alike. For the former, it is a choice of following open standards and making sure that the websites they build are easy to navigate by its visitors and search engines alike. And for the latter (end users), it is a case of having a pleasant time navigating through the website and easily finding what they are looking for.
A more useful method I found, is to insert the value
wmode="transparent" in the Flash
<embed> tag as follows :
<embed quality="high" wmode="transparent" allowscriptaccess="always" align="middle" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" ...> ... </embed>
It is possible to display any HTML element as a table using the CSS
display property. Now a days with modern web browsers providing support for advanced CSS properties, it has become feasible to use block elements to display data in a tabular format. This is done by clever use of the values in the CSS