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Posts in the "CSS" Category

  • Anthony Short’s got a great article which shares tips on how to get your CSS cross-browser compliant everytime. Cross-browser compatibility is one of the most time consuming tasks for any web designer. We’ve seen many different articles over the net describing common problems and fixes. I’ve collated all the information I could find to create […]

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  • Google Doctype is an open encyclopedia and reference library. Written by web developers, for web developers. It includes articles on web security, JavaScript DOM manipulation, CSS tips and tricks, and more. The reference section includes a growing library of test cases for checking cross-browser and cross-platform compatibility. This site’s currently got some good HOWTOs on […]

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  • CSSVista

    A very cool utility for CSS coders – CssVista allows you to preview your CSS styles on both IE and Firefox side by side. CSSVista is a free Windows application for web developers which lets you edit your CSS code live in both Internet Explorer and Firefox simultaneously. If you like this, you may be […]

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  • Are you looking for a list of what you can do with CSS with links to tutorials which show you how to? You must go through the following article from Smashing Magazine. Over the last few years web-developers have written many articles about CSS and developed many useful techniques, which can save you a lot […]

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  • A cool image gallery implemented purely in CSS. The images pop out when you hover over them. There is no Javascript used in this at all. Link: Hoverbox Image Gallery If you’d like to know how this is done, you can go through a mini-tutorial over here: http://sonspring.com/journal/hoverbox-image-gallery  Here’s another example of the same CSS […]

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  • Various implementations of Drag & Drop sortable lists using JS and CSS. “In Web applications I’ve seen numerous — and personally implemented a few — ways to rearrange items in a list. All of those were indirect interactions typically involving something like up/down arrows next to each item. Then I came across Simon Cozens’ example […]

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  • Here’s a good tutorial on now to create an interactive rating system using CSS. You can combine this with Ajax to create a rating system for your site. Links to the Tutorial: Creating a Star Rater using CSS CSS Star Rating Part Deux

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  • Another cool site which allows you to look up syntax in PHP, MySQL, Javascript and CSS. Link: Quick Lookup [tags]reference, lookup, syntax, PHP, MySQL, Javascript, CSS[/tags]

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  • Here’s a good article on advanced layouts using CSS. In this article they aim to create a layout which looks like the following: “Rogelio Lizaolo improves on Kwon Ekstrom’s CSS version of WebRef’s tabled home page. Months in the making, the final design successfully duplicates WebRef’s layout without the use of tables. Numerous bugs were […]

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  • Here’s an article by Trenton Moss with 10 excellent tips on CSS. The article covers topics such as CSS shorthand rule, CSS for printing, Image replacement techniques, CSS positioning and much more. Link: Ten CSS tricks you may not know

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