If all you want is to create a simple personal webpage, HTML and CSS are all you need. Learn the basics of HTML and CSS in this beginner’s guide.
It can be frustrating for a site to auto-refresh itself and interrupt what you are reading.
The Firefox “Inspect Element” tool is a useful tool to help you investigate the underpinnings of a website’s operation. Find out how it works.
In order to create an HTML signature in the Mail app on your Mac, you need to go through a nifty trick that gets the job done for you. Here’s how it works.
The good thing about impress.js presentation is that it is cross-platform compatible and runs in a web browser. Learn how to create one in Linux.
The HTML-XML package is a set of simple utilities for manipulating HTML and XML files from the command line. Here is how you can use it in Ubuntu and other Linux distro.
You probably have done a lot of work on Excel or other spreadsheet application and you want to convert all of them into HTML document so you can place it on the Web. What should you do? This may seems like a simple question with obvious answers, but plenty of people are still having difficulty […]
At some point, you’re probably going to do some work on the web — whether you plan to or not. That work could be writing a blog post or article, adding a page to a web site, or regularly writing for a site like Make Tech Easier. No matter what you do, knowing some HTML […]
Whether you know it or not, you’re taking advantage of CSS just about any time you open a web browser. It’s the template system used by nearly every modern website to give pages their layout and appearance. Some of you may be thinking “I’ve made websites before and it was easy, I never needed any […]
There are a lot of basic HTML editors out there for your Mac. Many of them can even be downloaded and used for an indefinite span of time at no cost to you at all. No one is going to deny that fact. The real question is, do you actually need to download one of them at […]
Some time ago, MakeTechEasier gave you an extensive 3-part guide to formatting a book using OpenOffice.org. That guide was specifically oriented toward print publications, and while it may be sufficient for PDF ebooks, formatting a book for Amazon’s Kindle e-reader takes a little more attention and care. Generally speaking, a Kindle book is just HTML and […]
Let’s set aside some complicated tutorials as I have two really quick guides which, I think, would be very helpful for any iPhone user. The first tip will teach you how to save phone extension so that you can easily call anybody without having to dial the local extension every time. It is also applicable […]
Do you have multiple authors writing articles in your WordPress blog? If yes, then it would be a good idea to add an author box in your blog’s theme rather than adding the author byline manually in each and every single article. WordPress allows so many customizations that you can quickly code a simple author […]
Perhaps you want to dabble in web design. Perhaps you want a place to sell your crafts online. Perhaps the lady in the house next door really wants to post pictures of her cat. There are a lot of reasons to want a website, but not everyone is willing or able to design something nice […]
There are a variety of free and premium WordPress themes that you can find throughout the web. You will sometime find that you can spend hours trying to modify the theme, so it is tailored to the way you want it. Sometimes it’s easier to create your own from scratch, and not deal with the […]
There are many applications out there that provide project-based web development tools and very feature-rich interfaces, but sometimes all you really need is a good text editor. For those times, there are few editors that can stand up to the KDE powerhouse called Kate. Kate is a multi-document interface (MDI) text editor, available for both KDE […]
For web designers and developers, it can get a little hectic sometimes trying to edit strings of codes. This is true especially if you’re not using any apps such as Dreamweaver, it can be hard to find errors or problems that may appear in our codes, thus the expression finding a needle in a haystack […]