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Learn CSS and Website Authoring

The Quest of Learning CSS and Becoming A Webmaster

CSS Tools That I Use

Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Eventhough it has been a couple of weeks I've been studying about CSS, I am still hungry for more information to digest to better reinforce my total understanding towards CSS and web authoring. I finally settle for using Dreamweaver 8 by Macromedia. If you don't realized it yet, Adobe has bought over Macromedia so now all the product under Macromedia is now owned by Adobe, a pretty good move in their business merger I think.

I've been reading this tutorial on Understanding CSS Design written by Adrian Senior. In the article, there are lots of graphics and also some video tutorial which I love watching. By the way Dreamweaver is a recommended tool to use if you ask me. I don't have the money to buy it yet but I'm using the trial version. Dreamweaver is simply superb. I feel a bit akward if I ever use other tools such as NVU or any HTML editors after experience Dreamweaver. If you are looking for some tutorials or if you have the dough to go the extra miles, then I recommend you check out the product below:

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The title of the webpage looks a bit exagerated, your grandma still need to sit down and read and practice Dreamweaver and some people have different learning curve period of their own. Anyway, the product is a good buy if you love seeking out more information for more understanding like myself.
posted by Encik Jay, 3:43 PM
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Managing Your HTML and CSS

Sunday, January 29, 2006

I recently found this very insightful article. It is targeted for people who are in the business of making website especially especially CSS coder. If you are not really doing the business full time, it is not that useful but if you are intending to go further, then it is very valuable information. You can read it out using the link below:

Managing HTML and CSS to Keep Clients Happy and Avoid 'Disaster' - Part One

I really like the part when they say about authors. Guess I am an author now..hehe..
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Do You Collect Resources?

Tuesday, January 17, 2006

One of my habit is to collect a lot of resources. Unfortunately, most of the time I don't utilize the resources that I have collected and it is collecting digital dusk in my small pen-drive. If you like doing what I like doing, then I think this White Paper would be some eye opener if you haven't been reading about it for a while:

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Heck I even finish reading it yet. I'm going to digest this information now. See ya..
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Another Revision

Tuesday, January 10, 2006

I have been busy building a few webpages. It is time consuming but I would rather think of it as an education time investment which will reward me in future time. As a normal person, I want to understand things I have not yet comprehend. Also, as a normal person I do forget what I have learn and that is what revisions are all about.

By the way, if you wanted to see what my recently built website looks like, click here. Well, again some more revisions before I can proceed on my further exercise:

Part of learning Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is understanding inheritance.

The above is an excerpt of the entire tutorial about HTML Hierarchy. I am a visual person, so I like to analyze and understand the things that I can see. If I can't see, at least I should be able to visualize. You know your own capability and limitation, so why not make use the most out of it. Still education and the right knowledge is to key towards any success in any field.
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CSS Learning Revision

Wednesday, January 04, 2006

Last 2005 was full of sweet, bitter, bad, salty & sour memories. Good things must come to an end eventually. Still, life must goes on. As a normal person, I sometimes tend to forget what I have learned. So, in order to reinforce what I have learned, I need to read and re-read what I have learned. So here is a useful site that I've been using for my revision:

Intro To CSS | Developers Digest

I wish all the readers here a Happy New Year 2006 and may this year's goal is achieved by end of the year.
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