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Create digital lighting with HTML5 (HTML)

Electrifying lightning strikes are no longer limited to the night sky thanks to HTML5. Using the HTML provided here: http://cssdeck.com/labs/xq2cpb8s as a basis for your own development, you can create custom high-energy lightning animations that have engaging elements of interaction. Once the HTML code is added to your site, visitors can add new points with […]


Make your XHTML backward-compatible with Appendix C

Sometimes you’ll hear about various appendices in discussions about the Web standards on the W3C site (www.w3.org). These appendices are simply portions of a given specification. Appendix C (www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/#guidelines) is the portion of the XHTML 1.0 standard that talks about how to make XHTML backward-compatible with browsers intended to interpret HTML. The recommendations in Appendix […]


6 expert tips for creating HTML emails

Since most modern email clients have the ability to display emails as full HTML documents instead of plain text, there’s no reason not to take advantage of this option. When you do create HTML emails, however, keep these following tips in mind: 1. The offer’s landing pages should be designed in a clean, yet inviting […]


Use ASP.NET’s Visible property

Use ASP.NET’s Visible property to do more than just hide the content (ASP.NET) If you’ve explored ASP.NET’s server controls, you’ve probably run across the built-in Visible property. At first, you may wonder how it’s different from the CSS visibility setting. After all, both settings effectively make the relevant page element visible or invisible. The difference […]