Monday, October 24, 2011

Designing a website

Creating and designing a website is a process that involves a few simple steps at first, but ended up on a site to implement the means and skills very important. A website, this can be a simple page in HTML or PHP MySQL ..., or thousands of pages offering entertainment or not, services programmed in Java, PHP or other server language, forms, assuming a treatment in JavaScript or AJAX .... It may be based on database technologies, such as: MySQL ...     
The steps in designing a website

Designing a website is based on the type of site, context and resources available to implement some of these steps are optional. Reflecting on the purpose of the site, its profitability, the financial means to hire ... Reflecting on content: definition of a tree. Reflection on the desired autonomy and type of human resources for the update. Selection of a potential web agency to design a website (in this case some of the following steps are then managed by the agency). Filing a domain name. Choosing a web host.

Establishing a structure of HTML or XHTML. Development of a graphic. Selecting and installing a content management system (SPIP, ...) or choose from a publisher Website of WYSIWYG (eg NVU, Macromedia Dreamweaver, Microsoft FrontPage) or text (eg Bluefish, Emacs, ...). Creating pages using the content management system or the publisher. Pages can be individually created based on a template system. Integrating the graphic via CSS. Optimization: Site preparation for search engines. SEO is the final step.

Friday, April 15, 2011

Table Borders Css

When a table is defined by a tag with no styles specified, a borderless table as wide and as tall as its enclosed data is displayed. From this simple beginning you can structure and style a table to take on virtually any display characteristics you can imagine. table border property is used to set a stylish border for the table in a webpage.

Any border styles that were introduced earlier can be applied to the external border of a table This will results in.
<style type="text/css">
table { border: solid 5px #0000FF}
td {border:outset 2px}

<table width="241">
    <td width="114">Cell 1.1</td>
    <td width="107">Cell 1.2</td>
    <td>Cell 1.3</td>
    <td>Cell 1.4</td>

 This will results in

Cell 1.1 Cell 1.2
Cell 1.3 Cell 1.4

The border style is described in below for each table. The stylesheet uses the standard format {border: size or style} for all border crossings stylings.