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  • 1 x 1 Images

    Here is a great way to cut down on bytes and speed up the loading of your page.

  • Screen Capture

    Use PaintShop Pro to capture any image on your computers screen.

  • Embed Video

    Embedding a video is pretty simple.

  • Remove the Hand Cursor

    This teaches you how to create an image link that does not produce a hand image when the cursor passes over it.

  • Active Image

    This will help you along with the process in making any image an active hypertext link.

  • Text Over Images

    Place text over your images with HTML commands alone!

  • Pre-Load Images

    Set up your pages so that the images are in the cache waiting to be used rather than downloading each image as you need it.

  • Image Formats on the Web

    This tutorial/essay goes into great depth regarding images in general.

  • DOM Image Rollver

    Image rollovers represent the classic and timeless JavaScript effect.

  • Working With Images

    Images are an essential part of any page. Learn how to apply them here.

  • Create An FavIcon For Your Web Page

    Would you like to display your own icon on the browser address bar when visitors view or bookmark your web page?

  • Adding Inline Images

    Add images to your Web page by using the img tag that displays inline images.

  • Adding External Images

    Learn how to add thumbnail images to your Web page, which when clicked takes you to a larger external image.

  • HTML 4.0: Frames

    How does HTML 4.0 affect frame creation? Here is how!

  • Frame Border Color

    Here is a very short tutorial on adding some color to your frame pages.

  • In-Line Frames

    Think frames -- but frames within a page that act just the same as full-screen frames. This is how you do it.

  • Seamless Frames

    Use frames...but do not let them see the seams.

  • Introduction to Frames

    This is a basic introduction to frames covering the commands and what they do to the browser screen.

  • Working with Frames

    So if frames are not all that and a bag of chips, why on Earth would you want to learn them?

  • Transparent Iframe

    I suppose you have basic html skills and you know all about iframes, but do you know how to setup iframe to be transparent?!