A-211 / Project-2: Line Drawing in Space

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Objective: To use wire to create an object in-the-round Please download the project brief, print it out, and fill it into your process book: http://www.pxstudio.us/pdf/P2_Line Drawing-in-Space.pdf Inspiration: http://pxstudio.us/student-work/3dp2.htm Due Day: February 10, 2012 Critique Day: February 13, 2012

P1 – Student Work_A-211_Spring ’12

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Online Critique: http://www.flickr.com/groups/1811954@N24/ Flickr Presentation: https://www.flickr.com/photos/_pxstudio/galleries/72157625802458593/ Top three – student rating: 1. Stephanie Dunn: secure.flickr.com/photos/73960869@N02/6791089363/in/pool-… 2. Alison Abbenhaus: secure.flickr.com/photos/74088565@N05/6790467301/in/pool-… 3. Zhaoli Ge: secure.flickr.com/photos/75529235@N05/6791190041/in/pool-… Online Presentation: http://www.flickr.com/photos/_pxstudio/galleries/72157625802458593/ Project Pool: http://pxstudio.us/student-work/3dp1.htm

Page Layout Using AP Div

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AP Div stands for Absolute Positioned Div. Earlier we used table tags to layout a page. Let’s learn a more advanced layout technique, page layout using AP divs, through the following exercise. In this exercise, you need: 1. create an HTML page with a header, a main content area, and a sidebar using AP divs. […]

Space Lattice – Project Sample

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Inspiration: http://pxstudio.us/student-work/3dp1.htm Online Presentation: http://www.flickr.com/photos/_pxstudio/galleries/72157625802458593/

How XHTML code is different from HTML

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XHTML code has only minor differences from HTML. For using XHTML, you must follow the following rules: • Must use an XHTML document type at the top of the file • All tags must be in lowercase • All tags must have a close tag • All attributes must have quotes • If tags do […]

Which should you use, HTML or XHTML?

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“The answer is to use whichever you prefer. It’s just a personal preference. Regardless of which you use, the resulting web page will work the same. There are no functional differences between HTML and XHTML. While XHTML is newer, it’s not better, and it doesn’t have any new features. Because there were no advantages for […]

Introduction to Tables

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Web table is a tool to help control the web page layout. This means positioning text and elements on the page without having to fight the re-sizing of the browser window. Positioning of elements is nearly 100% stable with the use of tables. Table let you align elements into rows and columns. The <table> tag […]

How to deal with web colors

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Have you ever created web pages or graphics in which the colors always change when being viewed in different machines? Why does this happen? It’s because different platforms use different color palettes. Both Macs and PCs have 256 colors in their system palettes, but only 216 of them are the same colors. The major browsers, […]

Graphics for the Web

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Graphics images that will become a part of a web document. It will be prepared as a “GIF image”, or a “JPEG” image. The name “GIF” stands for Graphics Interchange Format. It is a bitmap image format that was introduced by CompuServe in 1987 and has since come into widespread usage on the World Wide […]