Many of the step-by-step instructions in the book involve typing one line (or more) of HTML or CSS code to a previously existing block of code. In these cases, the new code for you to add is highlighted in red to help you quickly identify the text to be added to your lesson fi le.
The Web Design with HTML and CSS Digital Classroom uses fi les for the exercises with each of the lessons. These fi les are available for download at www.DigitalClassroomBooks.com/webdesign. You may download all the lessons at one time or you may choose to download and work with specifi c lessons. For each lesson in the book, the fi les are referenced by the fi le name of each fi le. The exact location of each fi le on your computer is not used, as you may have placed the fi les in a unique location on your hard drive. We suggest
placing the lesson fi les in the My Documents folder or on the Desktop so you can easily access them.
1 . Using your web browser, navigate to www.DigitalClassroomBooks.com/webdesign. Follow the instructions on the web page to download the lesson fi les to your computer.
2. On your computer, navigate to the location where you downloaded the fi les and rightclick (Windows) the .zip fi le you downloaded, then chooseExtract All or double click on the .zip fi le (Mac OS).
3. If using a Windows computer, the Extract Compressed (Zipped) Folders window appears. In this window, specify the location where you want to save the fi les, and click Show Extracted Files When Complete. Mac OS users will fi nd the fi les extracted to the same location as the original .zip fi le.
The www.DigitalClassroomBooks.com/webdesign site provides Web Design with HTML and CSS Digital Classroom book readers with video tutorials that enhance the content of this book. The videos use the popular Silverlight player for viewing on your desktop or notebook computer, or use iPad-compatible video if you are using an iPad to read an electronic version of this book.