Here we have the Dictionary section.
It covers a variety of terms used in internet design and hosting as
well as browsing. If there is anything you can't find here but feel should
be listed contact us at
Have you ever wondered how they put a £
or a on a web page ...?
Well, wonder no more. Look it up on our
Special Symbols Table and you will have
no problem with saying what you really mean.
We have also put together a page for Special Characters
such as Æ and Ö.
Although rarely needed it does come in handy to know how to
do some of these. I find them more useful in Word Processors than anywhere else. Chatroom
faces can take on a whole new look for you with some of these charaters. How about a mad Owl
... Ò.Ó , or it's kid
Which brings us to colors, what color are the text elements in this page?
Our Color Chart will let you know what the color code will look like before
you type it into your editor or will help you in choosing text and background
colors for your site if we are going to be doing the design project. Some color settings limit the colors
we can safely use (that will look the same on everybodies system), so we have
also put together a page for Browser Safe
colors if it is important that the colors match exactly. Varied of course
only by the individuals color settings on their monitor. We also have a page
for converting colors in your favorite graphics editor to color code used in HTML.
Our Hex-Color Chart is handy for getting the text to match a color in a graphic file
mainly but has other benefits as well.