How Homemicro.co.uk Was Designed and Built
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Image: Salvatore Vuono / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

Web Design

Here are some articles and links to sites that were used to build the Homemicro.co.uk website

Site Design

The Homemicro.co.uk site layout is based upon an original design by Free CSS Templates This link opens a new window


Our site has been built using CoffeeCup This link opens a new window HTML Editor & Web Design Software



Images

Images featured on the range of homemicro sites are available for free from FreeDigitalPhotos.net This link opens a new window &
www.freeimages.co.uk This link opens a new window

For editing photos online try: Pixlr online editor This link opens a new window

Icons featured on the range of homemicro sites are available for free from iconarchive This link opens a new window



Colour

Color selection on this site was aided by Color Picker This link opens a new window  We also recommend COLOURlovers This link opens a new window
Colour Match This link opens a new window

We also like Colorhexa This link opens a new window


Tabbed Navigation Area

Tabbed Navigation Area inspired by Nettuts+
The Tabbed Content Area used for our the homemicro.co.uk site quick link navigation is based upon an idea from Nettuts+ This link opens a new window




Breadcrumb Navigation

Breadcrumb Navigation with CSS Triangles inspired by css-tricks.comJust below the top image on most of homemicro.co.uk pages there is a navigation link that uses CSS code to produce triangles.
The idea was found at css-tricks.com This link opens a new window



HTML & ASCII Codes

Look here for HTML Codes Characters and Symbols This link opens a new window  used by homemicro.co.uk


Styling

Excellent ccs style guide which explains CSS styling and the use of span and class tags



Sharing

Sharing homemicro.co.uk with the community using code from Addthis™The code used for the community sharing icons was found at  Add This™ This link opens a new window



Other

Replaced a page with something new? Tips on creating a webpage redirect


INFORMATION & RELATED SITES

World Wide Web Consortium W3C
HTML Dog HTML and CSS tutorials, references, and articles

  These links open in a new window


Website Design - last updated 13th March, 2016 by Corny