Hints on Color and Quality in Creating Commercial Websites

Hints on Color and Quality in Creating Commercial Websites, As you surf the WWW, you’ll notice a difference in image quality from system to system. We’re not talking about the actual content of the image,…

Graphic Formats in Creating Commercial Websites

Graphic Formats in Creating Commercial Websites, There are two graphic formats that can be used in all three of the major current browsers without plug-ins: GIF and JPEG. Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) GIF was created…

Effective Use of Graphics in Creating Commercial Websites

Now, how and where to place the graphics. There are no hard and fast rules we can give you on this subject. Creativity requires as few rules as possible, and far be it from us…

Working with Graphics in Creating Commercial Websites

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: graphics are what have made the WWW a realistic commercial option. Text alone is simply not an effective enough means of communication to be nearly as…

Decoding HTML Forms with CGI in Creating Commercial Websites

When you write an HTML form, each of your input items has a NAME attribute associated with it (as we saw in the form example). Now, when a viewer places data in the fields on…

HTML Tags in Creating Commercial Websites

<INPUT>This is the next tag in our example and requires no ending tag. It is used to specify a form control. In our example, it looks like this: <INPUT TYPE="hidden" name="recipient" value="hampton@ha.net"> The first attribute…

Making HTML Forms User-Friendly for Creating Commercial Websites

Fill-out HTML forms are used all over the Web for many different applications, but the use we see most often is to provide the viewers a place for feedback. This is most likely the first…

What Is CGI and Integrating HTML with CGI for Creating Commercial Websites

Integrating HTML with CGI  CGI enables viewers to interact with your Web presentation, and that makes it one of the more powerful and complex aspects in Web design. If you have ever filled out an…

Resizing Images Within the Code in HTML Commercial Web Sites

Resizing Images Within the Code   You should always specify the image size in your code as in <IMG SRC="graphic.gif" HEIGHT=100 WIDTH=100> Resizing Images Within the Code in HTML Commercial Web Sites, This is done…

Why and how to Use Tables in HTML Commercial Web Sites

Tables are very useful to organize information, condense text, or to lay out a complex page. They are an HTML 3 tag and are supported by most of the more popular browsers (Netscape Navigator, Microsoft…