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Favorite HTML code sites

Posted by MaryAnnTX (My Page) on
Tue, Jan 29, 02 at 15:47

Does anyone have a favorite site that shows html codes for fun things? Here is a link for a website that I have enjoyed checking out. I have used several of their codes on my webpages. I know there must be more sites out there.

MaryAnn

Here is a link that might be useful: Dynamic Drive


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RE: Favorite HTML code sites

Guess no one has a site to share so I'll just let this slowly slide on down. Thanks anyway.


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lol maryann,,.. :-)

Niels.


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Many of us more "senior" aka. old curmudgeons like to set >view>text size> largest. Then we click >tools>internet options>accessibility and check three "ignore.." boxes under formatting. Then we push back about three feet from the screen and remove our bifocals and can read everything.

But this don't work for some few sites and the wording and the framing and the colors overlap (Psychology Today is completely messed up.)

Now -- I said all that to say this -- (1) Web Authors may want to know about these senior tricks and (2)Dynamic Drive's site is not senior friendly!


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Oh...okay, guess I never noticed as I never take off my contacts. :o)


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You might find something of interest here:

Here is a link that might be useful: HTML and DHTML


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Thanks Doublem!!!
That was just what I was looking for! I just spent the past 2 hours looking through just 1 of the links. I saved several codes and tried a few out.
MaryAnn


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