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June 1, 2005
New interactive demo article comparing the "standard" font families.
Some new terms in the Glossary.
New articles are on the way.
Browser compatibility has turned out to be an issue with the layout -- at present it works with IE6, Safari, Firefox, Opera and Netscape, but is slightly degraded with Mac IE.
Watch this space to keep up with the changes as they happen!
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The Font-O-Matic, version 1 This interactive demo uses CSS font attributes to let you change fonts and font sizes on the fly. See the differences between Times and Times New Roman for yourself, even if you are still using FONT tags on your pages.
Those Little Icon-y Things and how to make them. They're called favicons, and you can have them, too.
CSS and the Body The HTML <BODY> tag is pretty boring on its own, but CSS makes it very powerful. Our interactive demo shows what happens when you tweak some of the parameters.
Controlling Text, part 1 The basics of aligning and manipulating text using the HTML <p> (paragraph), BLOCKQUOTE and DIV tags.
Fun with Style Sheets, Part 1. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) can give you a whole new palette of effects for your page. This page is about boxes.
Layouts using CSS, part 1 CSS can free you from using spacer graphics and tables to lay out a page.
Using HTML list tags, Part 1 Don't list things the hard way -- the list tags are very useful, and have several benefits.
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