Website issues. Photoshop layout to HTML
I'm new here, and need some website help!
Anyway... I created a website layout/site in Photoshop CS 5. The website: www.thegarbagedump.net I saved it as a html & images.. The issue I am having is when you click one of the bottons I want it to open the html document and display it within that square area with the border around it. I know I probably need a frame to do this, however I dont know how to add a frame, and it appears photoshop saved it in tables.. Could you please review the html source, and tell me how/where to add a frame, and make the Home, About, Domains button appear within that square area with the border?
what is the html document you are trying to display in a frame?
I'm trying to display home.html in a frame within that black border..
What do you suggest using for building a website? How are these elaborate websites built? Do they use just code, or are they using a wsywig edior aswell?
I would replace that rectangular image with an iframe as you suggested, and as its src parameter place home.html. Something like this:
<p>Your browser does not support iframes.</p>
Then you can style it as you wish. Nice logo by the way.
For small sites or for learning using photoshop/dreamweaver is okay. But no serious web site is going to publish invalid or deprecated html.
Thank you so much for resonding, and helping me.. I have another ? though... What is the best way to learn HTMl & be able to put in all these other languages? It seems these days things are pretty confusing because you need this language for that, and that language for this.. How do you keep it all together?
What goes on before the document is sent to the browser is called the back end. It is the code that exists in your server to create and deliver the content to the user. Back end languages include PHP, .NET, Java, Ruby, Coldfusion, Python, Perl, etc. This is the code responsible for communicating with the database as well. You will also need to learn SQL, which is the language used with databases. Then you will get into server management which involves settings, backups, etc. You can use Apache or IIS for this. As you can see, there is a lot more to it than just typing some tags into a document.
So in conclusion, this is the order I recommend:
PHP or another back end language
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