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CSS Tutorials — Tips and Tricks

CSS » Tips and Tricks — over 9 years ago
One of the hardest parts of converting a PSD design into a well structured and semantic CSS/HTML layout is first knowing where to start. Although that may sound simplistic and obvious, it really does matter how you begin and that you build on strong foundations to start with. In this series of articles I will take you step by step through the conversion process and look at decisions that need to made on the way and how those decisions may need to adapt as things progress. First in a series.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — over 9 years ago
There are plenty of solutions to having rounded corners in your designs but which is best? This tutorial covers the main methods using CSS, a few images and a little touch of magic.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — over 9 years ago
Z-Index. Via this guide, you will learn what a Z-Index is and how to use this property to overlap HTML elements with CSS.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — over 9 years ago
So are ya gettin' the hang of all this? Awesome stuff. So the next big issue is this: Ya got your <div>'s created, you know how the background code keeps everything hummin', and you know all about nesting <div>'s to create a precise layout. Groovy. But how about centering that CSS-based layout? Well, ya'd best be clickin' that play button ta find out how!
CSS » Tips and Tricks — over 9 years ago
I found that CSS is a useful tool to beautify your website. However, for those who don’t know CSS, it can be a bit complicated but once you know them well. You can make friends with them but maybe you need to leave your old friend (IE6) first… All right, today I am going to share some of the CSS tricks with you. So, forget about the graphic tutorials before first. Let’s learn something different today.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — over 9 years ago
Most web sites, when you hover over the link, the image loads, often creating a funny look - however temporary. There is a way to have those images load with the page… but I can’t remember how… That ‘funny’ look is the delay between the onHover event and the image being loaded
CSS » Tips and Tricks — over 9 years ago
How to create custom solid double borders for images with no additional markup.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — almost 10 years ago
This tutorial shows you how to create resizable thumbnails using simple css.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — almost 10 years ago
Learn how to make rounded corners on thumbnail images through CSS
CSS » Tips and Tricks — almost 10 years ago
One of the main advantages of using CSS is the large reduction in web page download time. To style text, you used to have to use the <font> tag over and over again. You probably also laid out your site with tables, nested tables and spacer gifs. Now all that presentational information can be placed in one CSS document, with each command listed just once.
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