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Using forms in HTML 5 (Part 2/2)

In our last article we showed you how to create a basic web form using HTML 5 in Dreamweaver. In this article we'll expand further on that knowledge by showing you a few other common form elements used on websites. Forms are a useful way of gathering information about your users. Another common way of gathering information is by using buttons, lists and selection boxes...
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Using forms in HTML 5 (Part 1/2)

Forms are a useful way to collect information from users who visit your webpage. They may be as simple as a search box or e-mail form or as complicated as an application with multiple options for the user to select. Forms can be styled with CSS like any other element on your page and can be used on any page in any area of that...
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Setting up a new website in Dreamweaver CS6 Part 2/2

In our last article we took a look at setting up a new html Dreamweaver file to begin building your website. Now that you've linked your document to the appropriate root folder and saved your file, it's time to give a title to your page to help search engines index your site once it's online. You do this by placing a title in the Title:...
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Setting up a new website in Dreamweaver CS6 Part 1/2

Building a new website for the first time can be a daunting task. Some people prefer to code by hand using tools such as Notepad, Frontpage or even Adobe Edge. Most web developers prefer to use Dreamweaver however to design and code html, css, and javascript websites. The software includes an option to view your work as you code to help aid in the development...
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How to embed webfonts into your website Part 3/3

In our final article we'll open up Dreamweaver and begin adding code to the external CSS styles document we created for a project called Roadsters. We'll insert a special code into this document to ensure the font will display on web browsers and in Dreamweaver. First we'll go to our styles sheet and enter in a lengthy piece of code that links the Oswald font...