How to write HTML / CSS / 2022 latest version
Introduction to HTML / CSS for Perl developers
For first-time users
CSS (style sheet)
Design fine adjustment
The default HTML and CSS have some parts that are difficult for users to use. Content related to fine-tuning the design.
- Adjusting the vertical position of the image --Technique to align the vertical position of the icon and the character
- Master how to create a table
- How to easily create a multi-column table on a PC and a single-column table on a smartphone
- Text field-Text input form part
- Password field-Password input form part
- Select field-Form part to select an item
- Textarea-Form part for multi-line text input
- Checkbox-Form part for multiple selection
- Radio buttons-Form parts for selecting items
- Create a non-submit button in the form
- Introduction to flex layout
- Master multi-line flex layout
- Create a menu with a fixed length on one side
PowerPoint logo / icon collection
Smartphone compatible, responsive design
iphone / safari
- Solved the problem that the characters of the phone number turned blue in iphone / safari
- Resolved the default design of text fields and buttons in iphone / safari
- Prevents automatic enlargement when filling out a form on iphone / safari
- When designing, go back to a 10 year old kid
- Can the character be read by a 75-year-old elderly person?
HTML / CSS related course
This is a related course on HTML / CSS.
Introduction to Perl Programming
Perl programming is good at text processing. Learning Perl makes it easy to edit HTML.
Giblog, a website creation tool, is useful for creating websites.
Web development environment construction
If you want to build a web development environment, there is a procedure for building an environment on Ubuntu, which is one of the Linux distributions.
Web application creation
If you want to create a web application that has a member registration function, there is a web application development course.
HTML / CSS questions
There is a members-only Perl club forum where you can interact with your peers and ask HTML / CSS questions. You can also use Twitter's reply / direct message and Youtube's comment section.