HTML stands for 'HyperText Markup Language' and it's the lingua franca of the web. Nearly every page you've ever seen on the web is crafted from HTML code, excepting those built using Flash but even those are delivered inside an HTML shell.
Many users on the web have been creating blogs using tools like WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, etc. and have been spared learning HTML by
It's a big world out there. The Information Superhighway and all that. If you're going to build or service websites, you can benefit from knowing how the plumbing fits together behind the walls. Which things do what, why and how.
In Fundamentals of Web Design, we'll dissect all those acridnymphs (sic!) that you've probably been using but not grokking; HTTP, FTP, HTML, CSS and MLT*.
I'm working on an HTML 5 intro class for Boulder Digital Arts - and here's what you can expect to see in the upcoming class:
Building a color palette for a website can be a time-consuming task. Luckily there are some great labor-saving tools out there on the web to make picking colors and building sets of colors easier. Here's a few of my favorites:
The Visibone Color Lab
To get started, just click on one of the color patches in the 216 -Color Webmaster's Palette and you'll see a