If you’re fascinated by how a link is highlighted when you move your mouse over it on some sites, including thesitewizard.com itself, this article teaches you how you can create the same effect for your website using Dreamweaver.
Important: Geocities, the well-known free web host, officially closes on 29 October 2009. If you still have a website on Geocities, please move it before it’s too late.
I’ve often been asked whether it’s possible to put 2 or more contact forms on a website, using thesitewizard.com’s Free Feedback Form Wizard .
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How to Put Multiple Feedback Forms on One Website
Where web design is concerned, I’m sure you’ve heard of things like a “liquid” layout, or a “fluid” one, or an “elastic” one, and so on. What do all these terms mean, and which layout should you choose for your website? What are the consequences of choosing one layout over the other?
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What’s The Difference Between Liquid, Elastic, Relative, Fluid, Flexible and Fixed Layouts?
If you have inserted a horizontal menu bar into your site using Dreamweaver’s built-in menu facilities, this tutorial may be of interest to you. It shows you how you can centre (or “center”) the menu bar on the web page (or in one of the columns if you have a multi-column site)
I’m sure you’ve seen those websites (including thesitewizard.com itself) where if you hover your mouse over a link, the link is highlighted or changes colour (or “color”) in some way. This tutorial shows you how you can accomplish this for your website using the free web editor KompoZer.
The fourth chapter of the Serif WebPlus X2 tutorial series is now online. This chapter shows you how you can insert a navigation menu to your website as well as how you can configure the navigation bar so that it has an appearance that suits your site design. (For those wondering, Serif WebPlus X2 is a visual web editor for designing websites.)
This article teaches you how to create a hanging indent effect for your paragraphs using the well-known Dreamweaver web editor.
How to Create a Hanging Indent Using Dreamweaver
Is your mail box filled with spam sent by automated computer programs dumping junk into your feedback form? Are you tired of having to wade through tons of ridiculous body enhancement suggestions replete with grammatical errors before arriving at your real email? This article shows you how you can add a CAPTCHA facility to your feedback form in an easy-to-do way, to hopefully reduce the spam arriving through your contact form.
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How to Add a CAPTCHA Test to Your Feedback Form Script: Reducing Spam in Your Contact Form
So you’ve bought your own domain name. What do you do next? How do you point a domain name at your website or your web hosting account