Shortcuts for Page Design - Design Codes
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Now it's time to learn a well-kept secret of page design: you don't have to know how to write code in order to use code. Even if you can't come up with your own HTML, you can certainly use cut-and-paste features to capture the codes you need.
HTML Goodies (pictured above) is absolutely chock-full of codes, scripts and helpful tutorials on almost every aspect of page creation you can name. Better still, they offer fully written (and copy-friendly) codes you can insert directly into your site's editor.
Dynamic Drive offers an extensive, point-and-click list of page design elements. Once you select the items you desire, you'll find a code that's easy to copy for use with your own site.
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With the codes available through this HTML tutorial, the name of this site can help you to do everything it implies.
All you need to design a site is the right codes, images, fonts and look. It sounds difficult because it can be a very lengthy, aggravating learning process...unless you learn to make the most out of shortcuts to make page design a hassle-free process. Think it's cheating? Try doing it the old-fashioned way instead; you'll probably love the idea of shortcuts before too long.
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