Onsego Review GED and College

Onsego, an online publisher of GED preparatory materials, has published a list of major American corporations that reimburse or pay upfront for your college tuition.

An increasing number of US corporations have developed initiatives to let their employees earn a GED® diploma, a professional certificate, or even a bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degree. Onsego believes that workers that are better educated will have better lives.

These initiatives not only benefit the workers as they can boost their skills and knowledge at their employer’s expense, but the companies will also benefit since these plans contribute to recruiting, retaining, and developing their staffers.

Once the employees have earned their GED, they can continue to get professional certifications or even a college degree. An employee that doesn’t have a secondary education credential (high school diploma or GED) can usually not enroll in credit-bearing college programs, be it online or at a brick-and-mortar school.

Tuition reimbursement plans

Tuition reimbursement plans offer employees the chance to enhance their educational level while being hired by an employer. And the good thing is that the employer will pick up the tab, partly or entirely.

It used to be that most plans reimbursed the workers when they successfully completed an educational program most of the time, but today, the trend is that employers have arrangements with colleges (online or physical) and will pay upfront.


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How to center a tabbed horizontal CSS menu

This article shows and explains a different method for centering a horizontal aligned tabbed CSS menu without using any width at all on the menu. The menus demonstrated are using of unordered lists and background images.

Traditionally horizontally and centered aligned menus are using a fixed width in some way, like the horizontally and centered menu using fixed-width examples at the bottom of this article.

However, I got a question about how to center a horizontally CSS menu with tabs without using fixed width, and since I couldn’t find some information about it I came up with a solution I have called a Horizontally aligned menu with fluid width.  Both examples are using the “Fast rollover without preload” concept.

This horizontally and centered aligned  CSS menu is not using fixed width, no width at all is used. The tabs are also fluid, this is done by using two background images (see images below).


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The only CSS layout you need

One of the arguments for switching from the table-based layout into CSS-based layouts is the flexibility CSS gives us. However, despite the flexibility, you have maybe experienced that the CSS layout you normally use didn’t handle a specific case so you still had to edit, or perhaps totally restructure your HTML?

In this article, you are presented with ten different layouts with example pages, all based on the same HTML. The most popular layout is a two-column CSS layout – top and right menu.

This layout fits educational and news-related websites such as educatetheusa.com. On the other hand, a three-column CSS layout is popular between the webshops.

This article and the example pages are perhaps not the universal answer so the title is maybe a little bit overstated, but hopefully, they can make it easier for someone.

Furthermore, all the pages are also experiments in how to change a layout without having to use absolute positioning since this takes the element out of the page flow. The changes in layout are made by changing mainly floating, margin and padding – no absolute positioning is used.


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