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    I'm just writing an intrio to html to show what it is not and how simple it can be when done semantically. Semantics will not be mentioned, it's out of the scope of the intro. However it is impled through the examples given.

    Make of it what you will when it goes online in a mo'.
    By the way, where's that chuffin' list of character encodings gone? I re-installed my operating systems and lost the bookmark. y'know, the table for showing changing < to &lt; and & to &amp; etc.
    I'm thuper, thanks for asking.

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    i volunteer to do something on how to make the worst webpage ever!

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    Originally posted by MstrBob
    Alright, well, the basic idea of the design should be, I think, light colors. Nothing particularly bold or daring or graphics heavy. Not to say that we should wind up with a boring, whit-grey design, either. Some nice bright colours to mix it up, make it look fresh, alive, vibrant, yet professional. If that makes any sense, lest I'm just spewing out adjectives at you.

    Elastic, fluid, or fixed would depend on the layout, would it not? One, two, or three column?
    Got it for colors. You could theoretically do any number of columns in any kind of layout, but I was thinking we should go for an elastic layout. Sound good?

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    Originally posted by rhsunderground
    i volunteer to do something on how to make the worst webpage ever!
    ~Looks at your web site~ You're hired!

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    Originally posted by Jona
    Got it for colors. You could theoretically do any number of columns in any kind of layout, but I was thinking we should go for an elastic layout. Sound good?
    Jona, I'm no designer, and I've seen the websites you've made, so whatever you think, go with it, man!


    Ben, you can write it, only if it's as, erm, "good" as this: http://www.thenamesdan.com/duh/

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    Originally posted by MstrBob
    Jona, I'm no designer, and I've seen the websites you've made, so whatever you think, go with it, man!


    Ben, you can write it, only if it's as, erm, "good" as this: http://www.thenamesdan.com/duh/
    Thanks. I'll play around with Photoshop for a little while, keeping in mind we don't want graphically intense, we want clean. And, um, that "duh" link is pretty nice. I think I'll keep it.

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    Originally posted by MstrBob
    Jona, I'm no designer, and I've seen the websites you've made, so whatever you think, go with it, man!


    Ben, you can write it, only if it's as, erm, "good" as this: http://www.thenamesdan.com/duh/
    yes, woot for Jona!

    actually, i was going to write ABOUT a crappy webpage, not make one, but that can be incorporated with dan's page...

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    lol, RHS.

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    Please call Rizzo by his user name, to avoid confusion, 'k? I keep forgetting he has the same name as me.

    Jona, are you on Yahoo or MSN? I'd like to discuss this with you.

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    I'm on Y!.

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    Ok here's the first version. It's unstyles but carries some classes and id's so it can have a style sheet slapped over it straight off with no fussing.

    http://www.vagusnet.com/ste/intro.html

    What ya reckon?
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    Oops! Just realised I chopped out a chunk in the first paragraph and forgot to replace it. Just a sec.........
    I'm thuper, thanks for asking.

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    This is meant for people with NO knowledge of HTML, that kind of thing. So they're really just learning, from scratch. So, an intro shouldn't say things aren't, only say what is.

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    now that i think of it, i have a resource which could be very useful. let me see if my teacher will let me use it (she wrote it)

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