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May 24, 2015

Golden Oldies: Server Side Includes

If you are using ColdFusion, Active Server Pages, PHP or another server-side scripting language, you have the ability to create server-side include files. These are text files containing code that is inserted into your pages before the web server sends them to visiting web browsers. Because multiple HTML pages can link to the same include file, it is also possible to change the include file and have it instantly update in all of the pages that use it. Although similar to linking scripts, include Read more [...]
June 23, 2013

Free Valentines CSS Template for Adobe Dreamweaver

I've decided to upload a load of old CSS templates that I created as starting points for Adobe Dreamweaver Site Extensions, the first being a Valentines CSS website template, complete with layout PSD (Photoshop files), HTML and CSS. All free and provided 'as is', so enjoy Free Valentines CSS Template with Source Files                     Source Files HTML Files / CSS / Images Photoshop PSD Source Files Read more [...]
April 15, 2007

HTML Form Snippets | Pack I

A collection of simple HTML form snippets to help with rapid form creation includes: - World Countries Dropdown - European Countried Dropdown - UK Counties Dropdown - US States Dropdown - Canadian Provinces and Territories Dropdown Download the MXP Installer here >>   Read more [...]
August 5, 2006

Best Practices in Naming Assets | Naming Files

With tight deadlines, many developers cut corners and fail to come up with a system for naming files and assets. But whether your website is large or small, it is important to be consistent with file naming. Devise a set of file naming rules, and stick to these conventions throughout your projects. If you are working with a team of designers and developers, make sure everyone understands and agrees to the conventions. Naming Files Modern computing platforms such as Windows, Macintosh, Linux Read more [...]
August 5, 2006

Best Practices in Naming Assets | File Naming Do’s and Don’ts

The following two lists encapsulate many of the best practices of asset naming conventions. As with any such lists, they aren’t so much hard and fast rules but general principles that should guide your practices. Dos • Create fully descriptive file names that replicate either what the graphic, page or document is saying or create a symbolic name, which describes what the file actually is and/or its purpose. • If your file is a HTML file, and includes a <title> tag included in the Read more [...]
August 5, 2006

Best Practices in Naming Assets

With tight deadlines, many developers cut corners and fail to come up with a system for naming files and assets. But whether your website is large or small, it is important to be consistent with file naming. Devise a set of file naming rules, and stick to these conventions throughout your projects. If you are working with a team of designers and developers, make sure everyone understands and agrees to the conventions. Read more [...]
August 17, 2004

The Flash Anthology: Cool Effects & Practical ActionScript – Chapter 1: Flash Essentials

Life without Flash would be uninteresting and mundane. Flash sites are to static HTML sites what a family-size, deep-crust pizza with all the toppings is to a piece of toast. Many of today's big-impact sites are either full-blown Rich Internet Applications (RIAs) or a prudent blend of HTML and Flash. This careful melding of technologies, coupled with seamless integration, means the difference between an online experience that's striking, and one that's utterly forgettable. Read more [...]
February 22, 2002

Creating a DHTML Interaction with Fireworks and Dreamweaver

In this tutorial, you will create a simple quiz interaction using Fireworks’ export to CSS option and the Dreamweaver Show-Hide Layers behavior. Few software programs enable you to create interactivity without having to do any scripting, but Dreamweaver is one of them. When you add the Fireworks export to CSS layers feature to the workflow, you have an easy way to add graphics into the interaction. Read more [...]