My Web Design Tutorials contains resources to help you get started in web design and useful tips for designing an effective, high-quality website. The tutorials cover technical coding as well as graphic design, colour theory, typography and performance.
XML is a machine-readable format similar to HTML. Stylesheets can be used to transform this data into human readable or pretty print versions for use on the web, documents or print.
This is possibly one of the most comprehensive HTML Entity Codes and ASCII charts on the web, featuring ASCII codes, HTML symbol entities, Unicode/ISO numbers, dingbats and extended ASCII character codes. This ASCII chart is especially helpful in obtaining W3C XHTML validation due to errors caused by invalid characters.
A web colour chart of nearly 300 rainbow colours to provide inspiration to your web designs.
In this article I'm going to look at how you can add pins, waypoints and routes to Google Maps embedded in your website. I'm going to expand on the examples from the previous article so if you haven't seen that one, head over to part one on the list below.
In this tutorial series, I am going to show you how to incorporate Google Maps into your website, add pins to locations with balloon pop-ups, set waypoints and even add routes. We'll also see how you can get latitude and longitude coordinates in Google Maps.
XML has become so integrated with the web, and even Microsoft Office, that XML is hardly a buzzword anymore. XML forms the core of Microsoft's .Net Framework as well as being an accepted format for data exchange across multiple platforms.
Google offers a multitude of methods for adding rich interactive maps to your websites from basic copy and paste code to a full API for a completely custom user experience. This tutorial gives you an overview of the methods and shows you how to get started adding maps.