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CSS a:focus PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 17 September 2007 02:51

CSS a:focus

Defines the properties for a link that currently has focus.

Browser/User Agent Support

IE Netscape Mozilla Opera Safari
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+

Example

 

This example shows a set styles of anchor elements that will visually change color and text-decoration depending on state and mouse behavior:


a {
color: blue;
text-decoration: underline;
}

a:active {
color: yellow;
text-decoration: none;
}

a:link {
color: blue;
text-decoration: underline;
}

a:visited {
color: purple;
text-decoration: none;
}

a:focus {
color: red;
text-decoration: none;
}

a:hover {
color: red;
text-decoration: none;
}

Remarks

Takes the same properties as a regular anchor element. You can style an a:focus element to show a visual cue as to when the link has focus.

 
CSS a:active PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 17 September 2007 02:49

CSS a:active

Defines the properties for an active link.

Browser/User Agent Support

IE Netscape Mozilla Opera Safari
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+

Example

This example shows a set styles of anchor elements that will visually change color and text-decoration depending on state and mouse behavior:


a {
color: blue;
text-decoration: underline;
}

a:active {
color: yellow;
text-decoration: none;
}

a:link {
color: blue;
text-decoration: underline;
}

a:visited {
color: purple;
text-decoration: none;
}

a:focus {
color: red;
text-decoration: none;
}

a:hover {
color: red;
text-decoration: none;
}

Remarks

A link becomes "active" for the moment when a user is clicking the link. Takes the same properties as a regular anchor element. You can style an a:active element to show a visual cue as to when the link is active.

Last Updated on Monday, 17 September 2007 02:50
 
A CSS Elements PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Monday, 17 September 2007 02:48
Defines the properties for a link or a target.

Browser/User Agent Support

IE Netscape Mozilla Opera Safari
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
  • IE: IE 5-6 only supports :hover on links.

Example

 

This example shows a set styles of anchor elements that will visually change color and text-decoration depending on state and mouse behavior:


a {
color: blue;
text-decoration: underline;
}

a:active {
color: yellow;
text-decoration: none;
}

a:link {
color: blue;
text-decoration: underline;
}

a:visited {
color: purple;
text-decoration: none;
}

a:focus {
color: red;
text-decoration: none;
}

a:hover {
color: red;
text-decoration: none;
}

Remarks

Combine different anchor styles to create visual cues for your links.

 
CSS Elements PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Monday, 17 September 2007 02:31

CSS Elements

Element IE Netscape Mozilla Opera Safari
a (Anchor)
Defines the properties for a link or a target.
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
  • IE: IE 5-6 only supports :hover on links.
a:active (Active Link)
Defines the properties for an active link.
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
a:focus (Focused Link)
Defines the properties for a link that currently has focus.
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
a:hover (Hover Link)
Defines the properties for a link that a user is currently hovering over with the mouse.
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
a:link (Link)
Defines the properties for an unvisited link.
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
a:visited (Visited Link)
Defines the properties for a visited link.
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
b (Bold)
Defines the properties for bold text.
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
blockquote (Blockquote)
Defines the properties for a blockquote.
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
body (Body)
Defines the properties for the document Body.
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
code (Code)
Defines the properties for a block of text formatted as code.
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
div (Div)
Defines the properties for a pre-defined content block in a document.
2.0+ 2.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
em (Emphasis)
Defines the properties for a block of text block of text that is formatted for emphasis.
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
form (Form)
Defines the properties for a form.
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
h1 (Heading 1)
Defines the properties for a Heading 1 element.
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
h2 (Heading 2)
Defines the properties for a Heading 2 element.
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
h3 (Heading 3)
Defines the properties for a Heading 3 element.
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
h4 (Heading 4)
Defines the properties for a Heading 4 element.
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
h5 (Heading 5)
Defines the properties for a Heading 5 element.
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
h6 (Heading 6)
Defines the properties for a Heading 6 element.
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
hr (Horizontal Rule)
Defines the properties for a horizontal rule.
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
i (Italics)
Defines the properties for a block of text formatted as italics.
4.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
input (Input)
Defines the properties for an input field on a form.
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
li (List Item)
Defines the properties for an item in a list.
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
ol (Ordered List)
Defines the properties for an ordered list.
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
p (Paragraph)
Defines the properties for a paragraph element.
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
pre (Preformatted Text)
Defines the properties for a block of preformatted text.
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
small (Small Text)
Defines the properties for a block of text one font size smaller than the base font.
2.0+ 2.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
span (Text Span)
Defines the properties for a pre-defined text span element.
3.0+ 3.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
strong (Strong)
Defines the properties for a block of text formatted as "strong."
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
table (Table)
Defines the properties for a table.
2.0+ 1.1+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
td (Table Data)
Defines the properties for an individual table cell.
2.0+ 1.1+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
textarea (Text Area)
Defines the properties for a textarea input field on a form.
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
th (Table Header)
Defines the properties for a table header cell.
2.0+ 1.1+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
tr (Table Row)
Defines the properties for a table row.
2.0+ 1.1+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
ul (Unordered List)
Defines the properties for an unordered list.
2.0+ 1.0+ 1.0+ 4.0+ 1.0+
 
 
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Wednesday, 12 September 2007 08:32

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 June 2008 21:30
 
What Is PHP-Nuke PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 29 August 2007 09:59

What Is PHP-Nuke

PHP-Nuke is free software, released under the GNU License.
It is a CMS (Content Managment System) that integrates in its inside all the instruments that are
used to create, in a broad sense, an information portal (Figure 2-1). Given the immense number
of present functions in the installation and in an even greater quantity of modules developed from
third parties, the system is also adept to the management of
ˆ Intranet business,
ˆ e-commerce systems,
ˆ corporate portals ,
ˆ public agencies,
ˆ news agencies,
ˆ online companies,
ˆ information sites,
ˆ e-learning systems
ˆ and so on...

PHP-Nuke utilizes as hinge of its own structure the duo PHP+ MySQL, very often being
accompanied by the Apache web server. Many modules have integrated many other languages,
such as Javascript, Java, Flash and also even systems that serve, through the portal, sounds and
films in streaming mode (Online Radio, TV Online, Images, Files...). From version 6.x onwards,
the compatibility has been extended to include other databases as well, in order to extend the
user base even more vastly.
PHP-Nuke is developed with a particular eye to the suggestions of the W3C, in its origin, the
code is in fact W3C compliant and one has validated both the code and the style sheets. It is then
up to the user who intends to create a portal to adhere to these standards during the modification
of the graphics or the intrinsic characteristics of the system.
The personalisation either of the graphical, or of the programming part has only a single limit,
the fantasy and capability of the programmer and web designer.The presence of many PHP-Nuke
sites similar to each other is due mainly to the lack of time of those who created them or the
fear that the phase of personalisation is too difficult on a technical level. In fact, it suffices to let
oneself be inspired by the available themes, in order to realize how easy it is to sew a new dress
to one’s portal.

Francisco Burzi, father and mother of PHP-Nuke, describes his creation as follows: PHP-Nuke is a Web Portal System, storytelling software, News system, online community or whatever
you want to call it. The goal of PHP-Nuke is to have an automated web site to distribute news
and articles with users system. Each user can submit comments to discuss the articles, just similar
to Slashdot and many others.
Main features include: web based admin, surveys, top page, access stats page with counter, user
customizable box, themes manager for registered users, friendly administration GUI with graphic
topic manager, option to edit or delete stories, option to delete comments, moderation system,
Referers page to know who link us, sections manager, customizable HTML blocks, user and authors
edit, an integrated Banners Ads system, search engine, backend/headlines generation (RSS/RDF
format), and many, many more friendly functions.
PHP-Nuke is written 100% in PHP and requires Apache Web server, PHP and a SQL (MySQL,
mSQL, PostgreSQL, ODBC, ODBC Adabas, Sybase or Interbase). Support for 25 languages, Yahoo
like search engine, Comments option in Polls, lot of themes, Ephemerids manager, File Manager,
Headlines, download manager, faq manager, advanced blocks systems, reviews system, newsletter,
categorized articles, multilanguage content management and a lot more. 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 August 2007 10:09
 
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