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CSS Tutorials — Box Model Theory

CSS » Box Model Theory — about 8 years ago
This is an explanation of the box model theory, how it is treated differently in the big two (Firefox and IE), and how to overcome this problem using simple markup. Contains screenshots of both browsers for clarity.
CSS » Box Model Theory — over 8 years ago
A beginners guide to CSS floats and the CSS Box Model.
CSS » Box Model Theory — over 8 years ago
Doing layout for Web pages with tables is so 1998. Tables should be used for data, not to arrange the elements on your Web page. A better method is to use CSS layers. They are much easier to format than tables, once you get the hang of it. But the best thing is that if you use CSS layers to design your site, you can make a site-wide layout change in the blink of an eye. If you’ve never tried CSS layers for your site layout, try this one.
CSS » Box Model Theory — over 9 years ago
Need a quick online guide for CSS positioning properties? Look no further than Nigel's essential at-a-glance guide, which contains all the common properties.
CSS » Box Model Theory — over 9 years ago
The caged bird may sing, but the jazziest tunes are sung by birds that have broken out of the box! In this step-by-step guide, Jina shows you how to take that cramped old grid-based page layout, and use CSS -- and a little imagination -- to break the bonds and set your design free!
CSS » Box Model Theory — almost 10 years ago
By tapping into the CSS visual model, which is referred to as the Box Model, you can add styles to various portions of the box. I'll show you the Box Model in this tutorial so you can see exactly how the Box Model works, but the point now is that you can style not just all sides of a given box, but also specific sides of that box.
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