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  1. 22/07/09: BT and Vodafone Agreement
    Consumers and small businesses in Ireland will benefit from greater competition and choice, following a strategic partnership agreed between BT and Vodafone.  The landmark contract will...
    Date Updated: 22/07/2009
  2. Q&A's regarding the BT and Vodafone Agreement
      Click here to read the full statement about the agreement between Vodafone and BT   What BT customers will transfer to Vodafone as part of this agreement?   This agreement involves...
    Date Updated: 22/10/2009
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    Got your confidence? When you think you're ready to move up a level there's lots of extra material you can make use of - we've really only scratched the surface here. You'll find plenty of good...
    Date Updated: 30/04/2008
  4. The Basics: HTML
    HTML stands for Hypertext Mark-up Language, but a less complicated way of thinking about it is as the thing that tells the web browser (Internet Explorer or Firefox for example) how to display your...
    Date Updated: 08/05/2008
  5. Tags - what are they and how do you use them?
      <html> All your HTML files should begin with this tag, which tells the browser immediately that it's dealing with an HTML document. In much the same way, the closing tag, </html>...
    Date Updated: 08/05/2008
  6. HTML, Colours and Hexadecimal format
    Hexadecimal is the base-16 number system that computer programs often use (as opposed to straight decimal - the base-10 number system that we're used to).   HTML's palette works by using hexadecimal...
    Date Updated: 13/02/2009
  7. HTML, XHTML. What's the difference?
    In fact, XHTML is very similar to HTML - so if you've read the section on HTML, you probably already know some of what you need. The main difference is that it's much less forgiving than straight...
    Date Updated: 08/05/2008
  8. Using CSS in your documents
    There are three basic ways of applying CSS to HTML: In-line , Internal and External .   With In-line the instruction is placed directly into the HTML tag. So using the command <p style="color...
    Date Updated: 13/02/2009
  9. CSS - Selectors, Properties and Values
    Where HTML uses tags, CSS instead uses "selectors" - the names of the styles used in its internal and external style sheets - to label HTML tags and change the style of specific tags.   Each selector...
    Date Updated: 13/02/2009
  10. Optimising images for the Web
    In considering your use of images, think about your own experiences and use of the Internet.   Put simply, if you make your visitor wait more than a few seconds for your logo or basic site images to...
    Date Updated: 13/02/2009