Questions about HyperText Markup Language (HTML), the main language for creating web pages and other interactive information that can be displayed in a web browser.

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Is there a visual web editor based on bootstrap?

Bootstrap is a great framework, and I want know if there is a tool that gives you the possibility of dragging html components, re-sizing and moving them, changing colours, all while generating the ...
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Svg transparencies don't work as CSS background

I made a translucent svg. It was a 50% opacity round metal texture. When I put it above any other color it makes it look like real metal. It was made using Illustrator and had 2 of its effects: ...
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Do web frameworks such as Bootstrap or HTML5 boilerplate offer anything to a designer (not developer)?

Note, this is about design much more than development. I build sites from scratch with completely hand written CSS and HTML. I've known about pre-build css templates such as Bootstrap or HTML5 ...
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Text wrapping fill-last-line-first

I have a peculiar design for a web page that I have to implement from an already made design, and some of the text wrappings are filled bottom-up (in my case it's for bottom-left aligned thin text ...
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Identifying HTML colour codes placed in one pixel

How many colours at once can one pixel contain? Is there a tool that can represent this pixel in a form of HTML colour codes? (And if there are many colours in this pixel, can this tool show the ...
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How can you get decorative dots or dashes between links in the sitemap hierarchy, using either CSS or images?

In the footer of my clients site, I want to give the users total clarity about where things are on the website so that they can quickly navigate there. So I will implement what looks like a nested ...
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Layout with Tables - Hierarchy

In this fiddle there's a markup and style I'm doing for a website: http://jsfiddle.net/UvJmP/ I am trying to represent data in this way: D2's table data is contained in D1 D3's table data is ...
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In Dreamweaver (or HTML and CSS in general) how can you style the ® Registered mark to be smaller and floating upwards?

On the web, using ® (® or ®) will make the Registered mark almost as big as the rest of the text. How can you modify the size of it to match how it would appear in print?
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Positioning a DIV before the previous DIV

I'm not savvy when it comes to HTML/CSS. I use Typepad for my blog, and that limits me a lot. There are four divs. <div id="container-inner"> <div id="nav"></div> <div ...
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What is that flash can do but css3 cant do [closed]

I am not asking to prove what is better, and since this is a forum for graphic Designers..i would like to have a list of limits and possibilities. For example, in flash if i wanted to make the whole ...
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Most reliable automatic mockup-to-HTML tool?

I like to design using Omnigraffle, which can save files in PDF and several other standardized vector formats. I realize that "mockup to HTML" paid crowdsourcing services are a dime a dozen, but what ...
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Does Firefox support .ttc fonts? [closed]

I have the following css: @font-face { font-family: 'font name'; src: url('../font/fontname.ttc'); } In Chrome it is working but in the firefox the font style doesn't apply, font get too bold not ...
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How do you build a webpage with a main text body and 2 columns underneath?

I have a body of text that I am trying to layout in a visually pleasing way but I can not figure it out. The goal is to have this layout (see psuedocode): <container> <main /> ...
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PSD to XHTML…resolution question

I have a PSD designed around 1920 pixel i.e the canvas is 1920 pixel wide by 1110 pixel height. My question is, when slicing: Do I slice it the way it is? or Change the image size to a lesser width ...