In essence, HTML is utilised to enable the display of a prepared website containing text, photos, scripts, animations, forms, and other website features from a plain text file. Web browsers format and display web pages dynamically using the HTML language. The addition of font styles, colours, and other layout styles to the webpages is done using CSS (cascading style sheets), a distinct language that works in conjunction with HTML.
HTML code is used to create each web template offered by Allwebco. Click on any of the website template thumbnail images on this page to see an example, or go here to see an example of a Garden template.
CSS and HTML templates
Any website can use CSS code, often known as CSS styles, which stands for “Cascading Style Sheets.” Fonts, colours, backdrops, spacing, object widths and heights, button formatting, text justification, and other website design components are all controlled by CSS. CSS alone cannot be used to create a website. An HTML or XHTML website’s style is formatted using CSS. CSS code can either be present in-line within the HTML code of a webpage or externally referenced in a CSS style sheet file. A global external CSS stylesheet is included in every Allwebco template to specify the design formatting of the HTML web templates. A second file called “media-queries.css” may contain code designed specifically for mobile devices. CSS code called Media Queries can dynamically adjust a webpage’s layout to fit the resolution of a particular device by detecting the browser’s screen width.
Mobile and responsive design
In responsive design, the webpage layout adapts or changes depending on the device and web browser being used to view it. It determines the screen resolution of the viewing device to respond to and then generates the webpages. This form of code is typically developed using CSS styles. Although it’s not technically necessary, mobile-optimized websites almost usually contain Media Queries CSS code to support this flexibility.
Uses of Images in Web Templates
HTML websites can only contain certain types of photos that can be embedded. An image should be one of the following three formats for it to appear correctly and load quickly on a website:
JPEG or JPG Photographs of people’s faces and other intricate images work best with this style of image. To enable faster webpage loading, the image information is compressed. JPEG can be found on Wikipedia or the W3C.
indexed colour image or a GIF. Only 256 colours are supported by this form of image, but since the image data is not compressed, it is possible to create logos and other images with substantial solid-color portions. On Wikipedia, look up graphics interchange format.
Portable Network Graphics, or PNG. In order to achieve a high quality image with a short file size while maintaining unique qualities like transparency and opacity, this sort of image uses “lossless data compression.” For logo graphics and semi-transparent backgrounds that enable image or text stacking, this sort of image works nicely. Visit PNG (Portable Network Graphics) at the W3C or Wikipedia to learn more.
HTML And JQuery