Could you tell me what -- if any -- changes are pertinent to me as a website designer now that the DTD 4.0 have been officially accepted. I have recently changed all my DTD's from 3.2 Final to 4.0 Transitional, since I want my contents to be as widely accessible as possible. Am I doing right here?
In a way I'm still in the dark as to the actual practical function of the dtd. Could you explain it to me from the point of view of the browser; perhaps I could get a better grasp of the concept. What happens when someone applies <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//IETF//DTD HTML//EN"> to his site NOW? Any immediate disadvantages?
In other words, as of yet, it doesn't really matter. It was (and still is) a great idea, but it has not been implemented yet by any browsers (with the exception of foreign language characters). Use whatever
Color can increase conversions, create feelings of warmth or even incite people to get behind a cause. If you want your website to really impact site visitors, then it is vital to consider the impact color has on them.
The viewer will receive an overview of the basics of CSS showing inline styles.
In the head tags set up your style tags:
Reference the nav tag and set your properties.: (CODE)
Set the reference for the UL element and styles for it to ensu…