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 […]

Naming files for the web

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File Name • The “file name” should be concise, relevant to its purpose with organizational considerations. • The “extension” should identify the file format type. • The “file name” should follow these standards: 1. Use lower case characters so obviously avoid capital letters. 2. No spaces anywhere in the complete document name 3. Do not […]

A-420 Project-1: HTML Code

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What is HTML? HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language. It is a standardized system for tagging text-based information in World Wide Web. HTML History Vannevar Bush first proposed the basics of hypertext in 1945. Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web, HTML (HeperText Markup Language), HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol) and URLs (Universal Resource Locators) in […]

A-211 Proj-1: Space Lattice | SP ’12

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Please download the project brief, print it out, and fill it into your process book: http://www.pxstudio.us/pdf/P1_Space-Lattice.pdf Inspiration: http://pxstudio.us/student-work/3dp1.htm Due Day: January 27, 2012 Critique Day: January 30, 2012 Online Presentation: http://www.flickr.com/photos/_pxstudio/galleries/72157625802458593/ Online Critique: http://www.flickr.com/groups/1811954@N24/ (join the class group first)  

Hello Class!

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Welcome to the Spring 2012. This is the blog space of the pxstudio classes. A-211/3D Design Course Level: An introduction to three-dimensional design elements and principles Course Type: Technical aspects utilized in visual communication Credit Hour: 3 Credit hours / 1 Lecture hour + 5 Other Hours Please download your class syllabus, and print it […]