D-Zine Volume 6 :
PRECISION DESIGN








Browsers and HTML editors have certain default settings that will help beginners build pages that look ok, but could be better.
For example, the web page itself will have a standard margin so that the content does not align to the very edge of the screen.

This article will explain the major methods of designing with precision overruling the default settings for margins on the page and tables, as well as a few tricks on how to place elements with complete pixel precision.

First, we will look at the page as a whole which settings should be made to ensure that the page looks exactly as you want it to on all browsers.

Second, we will look at tables which attributes and methods should be used to layout your pages exactly the way you want them.

Third, we will look at the most important means for positioning elements with pixel precision.

Continue on to begin reading about precision design.

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