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Dreamweaver Tutorials for Beginners

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There are a variety of programs available that are intended to help you to build your own website; however, one of the easiest and most professional programs to work with is Dreamweaver. Dreamweaver is a program that is considered to be a “web editor” meaning that it can be used to edit and create web pages by implementing a number of web development aspects. Dreamweaver offers a simple interface and an easy way to implement site management, various scripting languages, template elements and cascading style sheets among other things. While all of these elements can be implemented through various other software programs as well as through a basic text pad document, Dreamweaver offers a visual editor that allows you to view elements as they are implemented. Learning how to use this web editing program can be a little overwhelming for the beginner in web site development; however, a basic walk through of features and functions will quickly get you on your way to creating a professional website.... Read More »

Using an HTML5 Validator

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HTML5 is the next big thing in the web design world. It has been ages since the HTML (HyperText Markup Language) specification and technology has been upgraded, and it appears it will be ages before HTML5 is fully implemented and used in the broader web market. Meanwhile, some of its functionality is appearing in browsers, and web developers are making use of it. In comes the need for an HTML5 validator... Read More »

Drupal Multisite Configurations and Hosts

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The ability for Drupal to run multiple sites from one account is a huge plus for admins that are deploying multiple Drupal installations. The simple reason for this is that all Drupal installations can be updated at once. Basically each additional domain "points" to the document root of your primary Drupal installation. All you need to do to update the files of each additional Drupal site is update the files in the root install once... Read More »

A Complete Guide to URL Escape Characters

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In order to prevent the misinterpretation of special characters such as a space, bracket (< and >), or % in the URL (which stands for Uniform Resource Locator - it is the address you see in your browser's address bar indicating the location of the website you are visiting), browsers parse certain special characters using escape characters. This explains why when you click on a link such as: domain.com/page one.htm you see it parsed in the address bar as example.com/page%20one.htm. In this case the %20 is the escape character for the space... Read More »