Web Design/A step-by-step web design project

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If you've not used Cascading Stylesheets (CSS) before, and have limited or no experience with HTML, then you might want to follow a step-by-step project book that takes you from creating your HTML and CSS files through to the finished product: a simple HTML/CSS website.

Below you will find at least one option for such a step-by-step project. If you are aware of other project-based introductory books, or similar online resources, link them here!

Jerusalem2020 JavaScript Code&Apps[edit | edit source]

Jerusalem2020 cross-browser JavaScript code& applications include a handful of preformatted database applications. These include customized applications,ready-made forms and reports specific to that application. You can view an example of the site you will create at http://sarahsnotecards.com/. The instructions for creating the HTML and CSS code, structuring the HTML, preparing the photos and publishing the site on the web can be found in Elizabeth Castro's excellent book "Creating a Web Page with HTML". You can read more about the book on the Useful Books page. You can also use Jerusalem2020 JavaScript Code&Apps to create your own customized cross-browser JavaScript code& applications. This means, of course, that you have to design your own database,fields,forms, and reports.

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