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    One of the arguments Adobe uses to convince all of us that we want to fork over a monthly subscription fee for Adobe products is that we get all the latest updates. So why isn’t the main element among the … Continue reading

    The post Why isn’t the main element in Dreamweaver CC’s Insert panel? appeared first on Web Teacher.

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    product HTML and CSS: Design and Build Websites by Jon Duckett is from Wiley & Sons (2011). This book is a little old (4 years) but I was so impressed with the JavaScript book by the same author and in … Continue reading

    The post Review: HTML & CSS: Design and Build Websites appeared first on Web Teacher.

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    Where I teach, we use HTML5 & CSS3 Visual QuickStart Guide (7th Edition) to teach both the basic HTML and the CSS class. This version of the book came out in 2011. There’s an 8th Edition released in 2013, but … Continue reading

    The post Some Teaching Tips for HTML5 and CSS3 7th Edition appeared first on Web Teacher.

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  • 09/29/14--05:33: Making Images Responsive
  • I’ve been attempting to sort out in my own mind exactly what I needed to be teaching students about responsive images. For a while, things have been a bit wobbly in this area and there were no definite best practice … Continue reading

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    The standards set in WCAG 2.0 state: Guideline 1.1 Text Alternatives: Provide text alternatives for any non-text content so that it can be changed into other forms people need, such as large print, braille, speech, symbols or simpler language. Among … Continue reading

    The post When to use the null alt option for images appeared first on Web Teacher.

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  • 09/03/15--07:21: Responsive Images (Video)
  • Two excellent videos from Akamai Technologies are available explaining how to code for responsive images. The first is written by Mat Marquis, the second by Yoav Weiss. Both films go quickly and bear watching more than once.   © vdebolt … Continue reading

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  • 09/08/15--05:09: HTML 5 Cheat Sheet
  • From Jamie Spencer, here’s a mega HTML 5 cheat sheet. If you want to print it, a PDF is available at HTML5 Cheat Sheet Cheat Sheet via Make a Website Hub © vdebolt for Web Teacher, 2015. | Permalink … Continue reading

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    Flash has had a few hard years. HTML5 whupped its ass. So it’s going away. Sort of. In its place, Adobe will give us Animate CC, which loses the loser of a name but retains much of the function. There … Continue reading

    The post Flash is Dead. Long Live Animate appeared first on Web Teacher.

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    A new open source tool, Responsive Image Breakpoints Generator, should be at the top of your to-do list of new things to learn to use. Developed by Cloudinary and offered to web designers for immediate use, the tool describes itself, … Continue reading

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  • 12/22/16--10:44: Free HTML 5 Cheat Sheet
  • Here’s a nice HTML5 cheat sheet from Matt Banner. It can be downloaded as a free PDF. Save yourself the cost of a book with this handy tool. (...)Read the rest of Free HTML 5 Cheat Sheet (24 words) © … Continue reading

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