Monthly Archives: June 2012

A little more progress

I created an inner page (Letters). This first one is on Rosalind Franklin. I asked a friend how to do this and saved the index page as Template 1. Then I just modified the elements to what I wanted to … Continue reading

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Adding images

As my trial version of Photoshop at home expired last week, I tried to manipulate some images to use on my About page using Gimpshop. After hours of messing around with the intelligent scissors tool I got the image to … Continue reading

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Adding quotes

I am slowly getting the hang of this. Within the div ID for the container, I created a different div for the panel (“ImageBox”) in which the text and images appear on the home page. Then I created a class … Continue reading

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Colour of links

I changed the colour of the navigation link text when you click on them from grey to red to match the red seal on the banner. I would like to make them a nicer font too as they don’t stand … Continue reading

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This week’s progress

Since my last post I have been experimenting. I also got a friend to sit with me for a couple of hours to show me how to do a few things like make a template and explain some of the … Continue reading

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New look

I uploaded my new banner using a photo I took myself of a letter written by Sir Michael Farraday in 1833 from the Wellcome Library Archives. I cropped it and fitted it to the size required. I then spaced the navigation out … Continue reading

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Progress

I made considerable progress today after hours of Googling, looking up lynda.com and other tutorials and the text ‘Classroom in a book’ and of course, trial and error. 1.   On the style sheet, I changed the background colour of … Continue reading

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