Lots of good instrumental music out on the web in the form of midi files. You can incorporate background music as part of your web page. Here is the short code.

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When users interact with your web page and processes, it is important to provide them with continuous feedback. Without the feedback, a user is left wondering if you page is actually processing work, frozen, or just not working. This is especially true when incorporating Ajax requests that take more than a few seconds for the process to complete successfully. For this reason, you will find that "spinners" or "progress bars" are used to display what seems to be the browser performing some work in the background. In reality, all that is really happening behind the scenes is that the web …

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I was looking for something similar myself a few days ago, and found the odd example of a CSS based monopoly-type game board. To be honest, they were all shabby examples made with code that left my eyes bleeding. I decided to make my own board and get it right (hopefully). So here is my attempt at a monopoly board using minimal CSS and HTML. ## Usage: ## Use `<div class='board'>...</div>` to contain your board. Then for each tile, use `<section class='{direction} {features}'>...</section>` You can use left, right and up as directions (assuming your players work up the board...) and …

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Here we use the eval() function as the backbone of a simple calculator. One table is used for the display. A second table holds the buttons for the keypad. The whole thing forms an attractive looking calculator. To test it, simply paste the code into an editor like notepad and save it as Calculator.htm then run it in your browser.

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A handy code that brings up a password window to keep others off of the web pages you choose.

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I am often asked how to create a tableless two column CSS layout so I thought I would just post it here for once and for all.

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# **CHEAP LAYOUT** # A Full width layout. Tada!

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This is just a simple image fade. This is the HTML: <a href="#"><img src="#.png" class="fade"> Pretty simple, right?

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Mostly css just a bit of js

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This code enables you to publish a CSS only with mouse click and keyboard tab image swap. Attached is a Demo example of how it would look on IE6. To ensure the greatest possible cross-browser compatibility/support this code uses CSS level 1 capabilities only. One of extra benefits is that it will function even within browsers that doesn't support, and/or clients that have disabled javascript engine to. Big images are asynchronous keeping the page as light and as fast as possible. The code itself will fall under 6KB if relative URLs are used. [here I'm using absolute paths to some …

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[COLOR="Red"][B]SIMPLE HTML PROGRAM FOR BEGINNERS[/B][/COLOR] [COLOR="Green"][B]NB:Excuse me experts,,this is for beginners[/B][/COLOR] 1.Copy the file 2.paste it in a new notepad 3.save it with .html/.htm extension 4.chose file type as all type 5.after saving you will find an internet explorer symbol with the name that you'v given while saving,,double click it. 6.Your page will be opened... Points to ponder 1.Set the url for background image and other images..... 2.Set your own title for the page 3.change the contents of the body Try it/............ Thanks.... This is your Friend......... Rajeesh.N.Santhu

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Use onMouseover to change the background color of your webpage. Can be applied to change other things like images and so on.

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Great column! Just capital to let you apperceive you accept a new subscriber- me!

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Not exactly like googles of course but it looks nice and will get the job done. So first thing of course is the standard HTML document layout. In the header I placed script and style tags since it's a simple project. It is generally good practice to link to other files though. So first thing is the markup layout and such. <ul> <li><a href="#">Home</a></li> <li><a href="#">Test</a></li> <li><a onClick="showDrop();">Drop</a> <ul id="dropDown"> <li><a href="#">Drop</a></li> <li><a href="#">Down</a></li> <li><a href="#">Menu</a></li> </ul> </li> </ul> Since it is a click to trigger the dropdown menu we use javascript for doing that, I don't believe onClick can …

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Have you ever wanted a link to go to the bottom of the same page? Well in this snippet you see how.. 1) On the top where is says [quote]<p><a href="#C4">See also Chapter 4.</a></p>[/quote] is a link going to Chatpter 4 at the bottom of the page if you look at Chapter 4 in the Snippet [quote]<a name="C4"><h2>Chapter 4</h2></a> <p>This chapter explains ba bla bla</p>[/quote] There is <a name="C4"> which was is the same as up on top where the link is to chapter 4. 2) That is IT!

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add a background music file to your page

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We have all been there, you have a centered site and some pages have enough content to fill the screen while some don't. So when you move back and forth between one that does and one that doesn't you see a small jump happen. Here is a small css fix to force the vertical scrollbar to always be visible. The [URL="http://brian.chipsofttech.com/blogs/brian/post/Force-Vertical-Scrollbar.aspx"]site[/URL] i got the original snippet from claims it doesn't work in opera but it worked for me in all browsers. What i changed is since "overflow-y" isn't valid css i started with the valid "overflow" to enable both the …

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Dear all, I got a problem with the header in a website that I was working on, now it is nearly published but after I had tested it over several browsers I got a problem with firefox. Check out the header how does it look like: [url]http://www.birthkuwait.com[/url] I'm using Blogger. Any ideas how to solve this issue, please? Thanks :)

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You are free to use and modify my layout in any purpose, and I hope you find this useful! Enjoy...

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View the innovative works in action at [URL="http://listenlight.net/13/"][B]http://listenlight.net/13/[/B][/URL]. Or by way of [B][URL="http://digg.com/programming/The_Listenlight_Text_Engine"]http://digg.com/programming/The_Listenlight_Text_Engine[/URL][/B], you may obtain the source under the very liberal MIT License. Cheers -- Jess

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Put your very own Google search bar on your web page.

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This snippet tells easily how to make a drop down menu! Easy as pie and quick too!

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This is a falling snow snippet Its very light grey its really meant for like dark backgrounds for best effect but its ok on white. its a slightly grey snow Just place the code in between tags and it should work Its too complicated to edit color unless you have time. then if you are to change color go to each one and look for the code in the marque string that says color:F3F2F2 that is the code for the color change thats on all of them and that will allow you to change all of their colors. Each marque …

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Include content from one page to another with HTML Code. On the page that you want to put content on just insert <!--#include virtual="YourURL"--> <html> <body> <!--#include virtual="YOUR URL" --> </body> </html>

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You can use this code to embed the windows media player in html pages. Just set the controls to suit and change file names etc..

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Hi, I'm trying to work out how I can change my back ground image when the user clicks the home link - or refreshes the page... I'd love my background image to change from the current static background image... is this HTML or JAVA ?? Can anyone advise ? Thanks Miguel

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This piece of css will show you that it is perfectly possibly to create a good looking navigation bar without any images or javascript and just a couple of lines of css. All you need to do is create a html file that contains a unordered list in it with your navigation links in it as <li>. You will then need to simply attach the css file to your html. I hope this will help you to realise that it isn't all about huge flash navigation and rollover images. You can find my example [URL="http://www.photoshopthis.co.uk/tutorials/navigation_css/"]here.[/URL]

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[U][B]Use[/B][/U] This script can be used to mimize space of a textfield by putting the title of the field inside the text field itself when the page loads. This title will then disapear when it is clicked. [U][B] How To Use [/B][/U]Use the following code as your textfield and fill in the "value" property with the text that you want appear inside the field. [B]I hope you can use this handy code somewhere[/B]

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Freeze your computer with this window bomb!!

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Although most people speak of HTML code, the fact is that if you write good HTML code, you’re actually writing XHTML. XHTML is a set of rules that, if you follow them when you write HTML code, result in code that is more standards-compliant, and hence more likely to render as you want it to on a variety of different client browsers. [B]The core rules of XHTML are as follows:[/B] ❑ Always close your tags (so you always have both a <p> and a </p> for a paragraph) or use self-closing tags (such as <br /> instead of <br>). ❑ …

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The End.