Tag Archives: HTML

Websites as graphs

Websites as graphs: HTML consists of so-called tags, like the A tag for links, IMG tag for images and so on. Since tags are nested in other tags, they are arranged in a hierarchical manner, and that hierarchy can be … Continue reading

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Top Ten Web Design Mistakes of 2005

The webmasters would like of this new Jakob Nielsen compilation of Top Ten Web Design Mistakes of 2005. He points to the problems like small font sizes and low contrast, non-standard links, bad Flash, bad search and browser incompatibility among … Continue reading

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“Cleaning” the HTML

Sorry for all the inconveniences, but I’m “cleaning” the HTML of this blog with some help of my new extension Html Validator for Firefox. I cleaned all the errors (I think) that it showed to me and almost all the … Continue reading

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Colour Lovers

There is always interesting to say about coulours. Sometimes something curious or fun: Colour Lovers – choose a colour and vote. a place to view, rate and review some lovely colours & palettes. the idea is to create a place … Continue reading

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Some things about colours

This post is about colour and art, just because I love colours, coloured things and find some interesting links about colours. Red Alt: I Like Your Colors. ColorWhore: a directory of nice colours. Color Printing in the Nineteenth Century. Color … Continue reading

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Organic HTML

One more link via del.icio.us: Organic HTML. I still thinking what is that, it seems like an ikebana generator that creates a representation of the HTML of some url. Just type an url and see the results. I tried many … Continue reading

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