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  • Web design Re-design...

    September 03, 2014  Written by K2 Designers   Published in Web Design

    Importance of updating a Website Featured client: Shred Pro   The web is evolving, dramatically.  You may already have a website, however, when is the last time it was updated, or even looked at? Do you even know how many visitors its getting? If the answer to any of the above is “I’m not sure”, then it may be time to put it to some good use perhaps? ...

  • Web Design Tips...

    May 30, 2011  Written by K2 Designers   Published in Web Design

    Believe it or not, more than 30 new pages are added every second on the internet. Whilst the internet is growing rapidly, more than 95% of businesses are still not making money with their websites. If you  think you are in the 5%, then we congratulate you. If not, then ...

  • Building Your Website – Par...

    April 24, 2011  Written by K2 Designers   Published in Web Design

    What is CSS? Cascading Style Sheets are the second layer of a web page and deal with the presentational side of the page (page layout, font size, font colour, margins, padding, images…). In the same vain as discussed above, there are a couple of approaches to using CSS; placing the CSS in the HTML file or using an external CSS file....

New Website Launched!

May 29, 2011  Written by K2 Designers   Published in General

It was time for a new look.. and with summer just around the corner we wanted to give you a warm welcome! Well, here it is…..

Building Your Website – Part 4

April 24, 2011  Written by K2 Designers   Published in Web Design

What is CSS?

Cascading Style Sheets are the second layer of a web page and deal with the presentational side of the page (page layout, font size, font colour, margins, padding, images…).

In the same vain as discussed above, there are a couple of approaches to using CSS; placing the CSS in the HTML file or using an external CSS file.

Building Your Website – Part 3

April 24, 2011  Written by K2 Designers   Published in Web Design

A basic HTML pageTo get started and have a play you can copy and paste this code in to your HTML editor:

<html>
<body>
<h1>Here is my first title </h1>
<p>This is my first paragraph to help me test different types of styles using CSS with my HTML</p>
<h2>This is my second title</h2>
<p>Here is a second paragraph to see how I can have different styles for the same tag on the same page </p>