This tutorial is a little different form our standard Photoshop tutorials. Normally I would show you how to make a web layout or menu in Photoshop, but I never really went into detail on how to make the layouts work on the web. In this tutorial I will show you how to make a simple menu using Photoshop, slice the images, and how to write the code for a functional menu.
This is a continuation of our XHTML/CSS table tutorials. In this tutorial we will be using the same table as before, but I will show how to have the rows alternate in color. To achieve this we will be using CSS classes.
This is part two of our table tutorial. In part one I explain why you should still use tables and when to use them. No we will apply some style to those ugly tables using CSS. If you haven’t created the table yet please follow the “How and Why You Should Still Use Tables” tutorial.
Since CSS has become so popular lately, there has been a lot of bad talk about table. From what I have read using tables is taboo. This article will show you how to create tables using XHTML and explain why I believe there is still a need for tables.
This tutorial is a continuation on the “How to Access a MySQL Database Using PHP” tutorial that showed you how to setup a database using phpMyAdmin and how to read data from the database using PHP. In the tutorial I will show you how to write data to the database directly through a from on your website. This is going to be a very basic writing tutorial. We will get into more advanced stuff later on.
This is the first HTML tutorial so I figured what better than the standard “Hello World”. If you are new to HTML I will tell you a little bit about it. HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language and is a way to display and format items in your web browser. HTML is a very … Continue reading HTML Hello World
Popularity Contest is a WordPress plug-in written by Alex King. It gives your posts a popularity rating base on these values: Permalink Views, Home Views, Archive Views, Category Views, Feed Views, Comments, Pingbacks, Trackbacks. You also have the ability to change the weight of all of these values. For example, if you value Feed view more than comments, you can adjust the value of Feed Views to be greater than comments. The total of all values added together is the posts popularity. The popularity of the post is then displayed on your page as a percentage.
This tutorial will show you how to sign for a BlogRush account and use the BlogRush widget to generate some extra traffic for your site.
This tutorial will show you how to replace the default search built into Wordpress with a Google Search box through Google Adsense. Adding the Google Search box will help you make money from your website by showing advertisements in the search results. You are paid if a users clicks on an advertisement. The downside to Google Search is that when a user clicks an advertisement they will leave your site.
In this tutorial I will show you how to display data from a MySQL database on a web page using PHP. This is part two in our MySQL database tutorial. If you haven’t completed the first part of this tutorial you need to do that first. Part 1 is located here: Create a MySQL Database with cPanel and PhpAdmin. When you finish that tutorial, make sure you populate the database with a few entries.
Have you ever though of starting your own website or blog but have no idea where to begin? This tutorial will show you how to get started with your own website. We will cover all the very basics of hosting and domain names.
Face it, running a website isn’t cheap. The main overhead costs for most websites are hosting and domain name registration. One way to offset this cost is by utilizing internet advertising. This tutorial will give new Web Developers and Bloggers insight into how to make money from their website.