• Abbreviations Used in Web Design – XML

    Having looked into what HTML and CSS are and the role they play as the fundamental building blocks of websites, the second part of this article addresses the two abbreviations XML and CMS – both key to understating web technologies. XML (& XHTML) Extensible Markup Language (XML) is similar to HTML in its use of […]


Design All Kind Of Css Web Templates /Layout For Your Website With Us



It’s a style sheet of website development and we called it cascading style sheet where we design our website with styling as you can say formatting. It is a markup language so we written our web page in HTML or XHTML.


Web is affiliated to w3 consitorium as we know (www or w3 or World Wide Web) and it is a hypertext source of website which is provides us via internet.


Templates are a design or layout of your web page it has much kind of ways to build templates like tools etc. templates controls web page standard and normally it has two type:- Portal templates and HTML templates

Css web templates

These are the combination of css + web + templates as you read above so you can understand that it is a style sheet of web pages that has some attractive designing in html.

Normally css web templates are in psd but on professional level we offer only html file and it is not come in source file of psd. Generally free web templates are no longer for our website because these have no qualities: – like high quality, advanced xhtml compilation, cross-browsing compilation.

Now this time a lot of website source that provide ready-made templates and it is available in all kind of categories. Just go to website and install product and buy there hosting and editing your template.

Some websites provide free templates with source code and you can use in personal and commercial purpose but before using it don’t forget to check license first for any type of restrictions or guidelines. It would be help to improve web design skills.

A template should be nice, clean and simple for good blogging and search engine. And implementing good content cause of good looking and stylish.


Web Applications with J2EE and Net AJAX


If anything about current interaction design can be called “glamorous,” it’s creating Web applications. After all, when was the last time you heard someone rave about the interaction design of a product that wasn’t on the Web? (Okay, besides the iPod.) All the cool, innovative new projects are online.

Despite this, Web interaction designers can’t help but feel a little envious of our colleagues who create desktop software. Starting a blog have a richness and responsiveness that has seemed out of reach on the Web. The same simplicity that enabled the Web’s rapid proliferation also creates a gap between the experiences we can provide and the experiences users can get from a desktop application.

That gap is closing. Take a look at Youtube.com. Watch the way the suggested terms update as you type, almost instantly. Now look at Google Maps. Zoom in. Use your cursor to grab the map and scroll around a bit. Again, everything happens almost instantly, with no waiting for pages to reload.

Google Suggest and Google Maps are two examples of a new approach to web applications that we at Adaptive Path have been calling Ajax. The name is shorthand for Asynchronous JavaScript + XML, and it represents a fundamental shift in what’s possible on the Web.


Ajax isn’t a technology. It’s really several technologies, each flourishing in its own right, coming together in powerful new ways. Ajax incorporates:

• standards-based presentation using XHTML and CSS;
• dynamic display and interaction using the Document Object Model;
• data interchange and manipulation using XML and XSLT;
• asynchronous data retrieval using XMLHttpRequest;
• and JavaScript binding everything together.

The classic web application model works like this: Most user actions in the interface trigger an HTTP request back to a web server. The server does some processing—retrieving data, crunching numbers, talking to various legacy systems—and then returns an HTML page to the client. It’s a model adapted from the Web’s original use as a hypertext medium, but as fans of The Elements of User Experience know, what makes the Web good for hypertext doesn’t necessarily make it good for software applications.Figure 1: The traditional model for web applications (left) compared to the Ajax model (right).


Website Design Software – Features To Look Out For In A HTML Editor And More


Setup a website is never been more easier in the 21st century. That’s because we have access to website design software that will allow us to easily create professional looking websites without having to pay the professional price. There are so many available types of software out there that it would take me forever to enumerate them all. But to narrow down the list there are a few key features you need to consider such as the wysiwyg feature, compatibility, language support and convenience. You may thing the design part of your Internet website is the most important but it’s only a small part of your website. The first feature in  which is probably the most important one for all beginning users would be the wysiwyg. Also known as “what you see is what you get”, this feature basically shows the changes of your website as you’re making it. By doing this there is no need for you to learn so much about the HTML language and there is no need to preview your website since it’s already done for you. Although it is great for starting users this feature comes with compatibility issues among certain software. The main problem is regarding the previewing of your website through your software. In some cases like Microsoft FrontPage, the preview you get from your wysiwyg will not necessarily be the same over all Internet browsers. This means if you have compatibility issues your website may not appear properly on some browsers which will cause you to lose valuable visitors. if that’s the case then you need to add a few codes in your source code to make it eventually compatible with all browsers. Another important aspect would be the language support. No, I’m not talking about spoken languages. I’m talking about online languages such as PHP, HTML, ASP, Java and the list goes on. If you plan on making a simple website using the HTML markup language may be just enough for you but if you plan on doing a website with multiple functions and complex programming you may need to resort to more advanced languages such as PHP or Java. In most cases HTML will suffice. Since there are a lot of features on most softwares you may want to have a convenient software to ease your work. The more convenient to website design software is the more expensive it will cost you. The other part of the equation is the more features you have the more it will cost you also. Having to repeat the same task over and over again can become pretty hard if you need to go through many steps which is why more convenient softwares can usually remember what your last actions were and with a simple click of a button you can do the whole process again. When you are designing a website it’s mostly because you want the visitor to be attracted by it. Remember though this only attracts human visitors and not robot visitors so if you plan on getting good rankings through the search engines no matter how many website design software you use it won’t matter if your site doesn’t have great content. http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/10/28/idUSnHUGdl6D+71+ONE20131028