Learning the color codes for HTML may seem a bit redundant in this drag-and-drop, what-you-see-is-what-you-get web 2.0 world, but like any knowledge, understanding color codes can be an added bit of power in your web toolkit.
However, it has proven so useful for so many years that it is almost a requirement in any programmer's toolkit, and shows no sign of giving up its popularity anytime soon.
We also have a Relationships Toolkit, which is a series of quizzes to help couples learn more about what makes them compatible and help them deepen their relationship.
Because it is such a robust web design program, Microsoft FrontPage resources tutorials are a necessary part of any web designer's toolkit.
A second important part of the Toolkit is a special developmental guide with tips and activities geared to your child's age group.
For a long time my editors and I dreamed of creating a Family Values Toolkit on how to transmit these values to kids.
The Feng Shui Desk for Success Toolkit provides instructions for creating the perfect feng shui desk and workplace.
If you want to use RSS feeds, filetype:RSS needs to become a familiar format in your web design toolkit.
As the W3C makes standards more universal, HTML still has a place in every designer's toolkit.
The Family Values Toolkit features nine ethical values that parents want to teach their kids.