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  • Color Codes #00ff00? What does that mean? Well, it's a color code! In this article, we'll take a look at color codes and how you can use them.
  • Horizontal Rules Have you ever spent a long amount of time coding to create a line or a divider for some text? Well, why would you spend a long time doing that when HTML has an element for you to use? This article will show you how to apply a horizontal rule (aka a divider) to your website quickly and easily.
  • Understanding and Using Lists This tutorial will guide you through the use of HTML Lists. We will touch base on the difference between ordered and unordered lists and show you the available styles you can use within your list. We will also talk about effective usages of lists.
  • Adding Music or Sound to Your Website Many new webmasters want to try everything. You've built your first Website, you've loaded it with photos, graphics, icons, text, colors and links, and now you want to cater to the ears, and not just the eyes. "Time to add some noise", you say.
  • Loss Prevention 101 In this article I am going to discuss what you can do to detour people from viewing your website source or copying your images. Unfortunately, I say detour because it is impossible to stop people from viewing your code or copying your intellectual property. There are some preventative actions you can perform which can help. I will now briefly explain what these methods are and how people can get around them.
  • Making your Website Accessible Website accessibility is becoming a necessity with today's standards in accordance with Section 508 and the W3C's (World Wide Web Consortium) Website Accessibility Initiative. This article will explain the top 10 things required to ensure that your website is one step closer to being acessible.

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