In the first part of the checklist, we looked at creating high quality websites from a client perspective and the tools that helps us do that. In this part we look at the (free) tools that will help us build high quality on the server side of the website.
As the most standards-compliant Web browser, Opera is dedicated to promoting Web standards across the globe. Web standards make the Web available to anyone, on any device, anywhere in the world.
Why should you incorporate the Opera WSC into your curriculum? Web standards in a Web site promote efficiency, ease of maintenance, accessibility, device compatibility, and search optimization. The Opera WSC features the most up-to-date practices in Web standards. Best of all, the course is free, requiring no expensive textbooks.
When Netscape started the Mozilla browser, it made the conscious decision to support W3C standards. As a result, Mozilla is not fully backwards-compatible with Netscape Navigator 4.x and Microsoft Internet Explorer legacy code; for example, Mozilla does not support as I will discuss later. Browsers, like Internet Explorer 4, that were built before the conception of W3C standards inherited many quirks. In this article, I will describe Mozilla’s quirks mode, which provides strong backwards HTML compatibility with Internet Explorer and other legacy browsers.
Step by Step understanding of creating MOSS 2007 Virtual PC Image.
Part 1: Getting Started, Installing IIS, and Installing .NET Framework 2.0
Part 2: Installing and Configuring POP3 Email
Part 3: Installing and Configuring Outlook 2007
Part 4: Installing and Configuring the .NET Framework
Part 5: Installing SQL Server 2005
Part 6: Configuring SQL Server 2005
Part 7: Installing SQL Server 2005 SP1
Part 8: Creating the MOSS Accounts
Part 9: Installing and Configuring the MOSS 2007 Application
Part 10: Setting Up Internet Explorer Web Browser Security
Part 11: Starting Services
Part 12: Creating a Shared Services Provider
Part 13: Configuring Search Settings
Part 14: Configuring Outgoing E-mail
Part 15: Creating the Portal
Part 16: Installing SharePoint Designer 2007
Part 17: Installing Office 2007 Applications
Part 18: Installing Warm-up Scripts
Part 19: Optimizing the MOSS 2007 VPC Image
Part 20: Creating a Virtual PC Differencing Disk
CSS isn’t always easy to deal with. Depending on your skills and your experience, CSS coding can sometimes become a nightmare, particularly if you aren’t sure which selectors are actually being applied to document elements. An easy way to minimize the complexity of the code is as useful as not-so-well-known CSS attributes and properties you can use to create a semantically correct markup.
We’ve taken a close look at some of the most interesting and useful CSS tricks, tips, ideas, methods, techniques and coding solutions and listed them below. We also included some basic techniques you can probably use in every project you are developing, but which are hard to find once you need them.
And what has come out of it is an overview of over 70 expert tips, which can improve your efficiency of CSS coding. You might be willing to check out the list of references and related articles in the end of this post.