Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
CSS3 brings with it some awesome styling features, like rounded corners, gradients and borders, but also brings a lot of headaches to those who want to implement it inside web pages, due to Internet Explorer lack of support for these great features.
Browsers render border styles differently. Here's a comparison, with screenshots, of all the major browsers and how they render the different border-style values in CSS.
IE9 arrived recently, ushering in a new wave of CSS3 support for Internet Explorer. In this article you'll look at some of the new CSS3 features that you can now use across all modern browsers.
While creating a web design, most of the designers face a very common problem of Cross Browser Compatibily of CSS in different browsers like IE6, IE7, IE8, firefox, opera, safari, netscape navigator, etc. It's really very frustrating when you spend hours in creating a design and after completion you find out that your designs in not working properly in any one or two of the browsers....
There are only 10 CSS properties that are truly cross-browser, and a bunch of others that are supported cross-browser but buggy. Here's a list of all of them.
Last week we went through the process of designing a stylish blog layout in Photoshop. Now let’s take our visual concept and cut it into slices for use with neat HTML and CSS code.
I will show you how to use the google font API and @fontface so you can add any font to your website and everyone can see it
Some experts are projecting mobile devices to become the dominant medium for web browsing within five years, overtaking browsing on desktop computers. Regardless of how accurate this projection turns out to be, it is clear that formatting websites for mobile-friendly viewing needs to become a staple of web design and development.
Did you know that IE6 has an bug when it comes time to use the CSS z-index sorting style? Here I will show you how to over come this classic IE6 z-index sorting issue.
This is the IE6 resource you've been hoping for. Learn pre-emptive best practices and find fixes for over 25 Internet Explorer 6 bugs.
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