Jun
11
2011

Web design tools

Web design tools

Article by Troy Tucker







Hey Y’all,

I hope everyone has finally managed to dig themselves out of homes and driveways and are now busily relieving the last remnants of cabin fever by enjoying the fresh (if cold!) air under these beautiful Carolina blue skies! (huh….THAT didn’t last long!) Oh well……

This article is for all of you would be web designers like myself who plop themselves down in front of their computers whenever they get the time (like when the next storm hits!), and spend hours trying to create a web page that actually works the way they want it to.

It’s also for those who have never designed a web page before but have always wanted to try it.

Sure, there are many HTML, DHTML, XHTML and CSS utilities out there, as well as many web design tools and programs that will do most of the work for you.

But if you’re like me, you want to be able to control every aspect of the web page/site that you build, and for that it’s necessary to know something (well, a LOT of somethings!) about the various languages used to create and maintain a viable internet web page.

To that end I wanted to make y’all aware of an excellent website dedicated to web design.(http://www.w3schools.com/default.asp)

I use it quite frequently myself and it is simply a must if you have any questions about the development and usage of new languages and technologies that are pushing the frontiers of web design.

For other tutorials, software and ebooks check out our eProduct Library at(http://bit.ly/eQls8WHere you will find software designed to help you with the various stages of your web design project. We have everything from tutorials about how to speed up your computer to software packs of the hottest new WordPress plugins.

The fact is, designing a web page/site from scratch has never been easier than it is today!

So go build a web page! And happy computing!




About the Author

Troy Nicholas Tucker has worked as a field technician and technical adviser, primarily in the photo imaging industry, for fifteen years. His first exposure to computers and hardware was during his enlistment in the US Air Force as a cryptologic linguist, in 1982. Since then, he has installed, modified and field tested a wide range of computer driven hardware and software, manufactured by some of the industry’s top producers, all across America, Canada and the Caribbean. Mr. Tucker can be reached at troubador2011@gmail.com and solicits any responses or inquiries that you may have.

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