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Using ordered and unordered lists

Using ordered and unordered lists: XHTML and HTML Essential Training
Using ordered and unordered lists: XHTML and HTML Essential Training

Join for an in-depth discussion in this video Using ordered and unordered lists, part of XHTML and HTML Essential Training.

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Q: In this title, the instructor uses tables to create a website design. Is there a way to create this same layout with CSS?

A: This course will be updated to include CSS-based layout techniques within
the next few months. In the meantime, please see Bill's <a href="
http://www.lynda.com/home/DisplayCourse.aspx?lpk2=52341">CSS for
Developers</a> title for more information on coding with CSS.

Q: In the "Understanding the structure of an XHTML document" movie in Chapter 1, where does the "Roses are red," etc, text come from? I don't see it in the code.

A: Notice the <frame src="??"> tags. These reference other .html files that contain the content of the various frames. Details about how frames work can be found in Chapter 6 of the course.

Q: In this title, the instructor uses tables to create a website design. Is there a way to create this same layout with CSS?

A: This course will be updated to include CSS-based layout techniques later in 2012. In the meantime, please see Bill's CSS for Developers title for more information on coding with CSS.

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