Getting Started with xHTML and CSS

What everyone should know if they want to learn how to code a web page. To make the most of these tutorials, follow them in the order in which they appear on this page, because each one assumes that you have read the ones before them.

  1. If You Code It… - March 1st, 2009
  2. What You See Is not What You Get - March 8th, 2009
  3. Search Engines and Accessibility - March 8th, 2009
  4. Text Editor - March 8th, 2009
  5. xHTML Basics - March 8th, 2009
  6. Basic xHTML Tags - March 8th, 2009
  7. Absolute, Relative, and Root-relative URLs - March 8th, 2009
  8. Download the Practice Files - March 8th, 2009
  9. CSS Primer - March 8th, 2009
  10. CSS Basics - March 9th, 2009
  11. Adding Class Names in xHTML - March 10th, 2009
  12. Styling Class Names with CSS - March 11th, 2009
  13. xHTML div tag - March 14th, 2009
  14. xHTML id attribute - March 14th, 2009
  15. Styling ids with CSS - March 14th, 2009
  16. CSS for Layout – Part 1 - March 15th, 2009
  17. CSS for Layout – Part 2 - March 17th, 2009
  18. CSS for Layout: Clearing floats - March 18th, 2009
  19. Creating Lists in xHTML and styling them with CSS - March 21st, 2009
  20. More on Styling Lists - March 21st, 2009
  21. CSS Link Hover Effects (aka Rollovers) - March 25th, 2009
  22. More on floats - March 31st, 2009
  23. A More Coherent Design - April 4th, 2009
  24. A More Coherent Design, Part 2 - April 5th, 2009
  25. Anatomy of an xHTML page - April 6th, 2009
  26. Inside the Head of a Web Page - April 7th, 2009
  27. xHTML Meta Tags - April 8th, 2009