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CSS Tutorials — Tips and Tricks

CSS » Tips and Tricks — almost 10 years ago
A simple way to change the starting number in an ordered list with css. Since both the start attribute and value attribute has been deprecated, css is the only way to make this and pass the validation.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — almost 10 years ago
5 great tips and tricks to help you further prepare yourself for, and understand CSS. Make your coding life easier with these tips.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — almost 10 years ago
Basic article about tips and tricks in css, shortcuts, code structuring and conditional statements. Hope you like!
CSS » Tips and Tricks — almost 10 years ago
The element 'Overflow' is a tricky one and this guide will help you. This article will give examples and explanations are included.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — about 10 years ago
In this article, you’ll learn how to create an image pre-loader without Javascript. CSS is the technique we are going to use. No fancy and hard to understand codes, but the smart use of codes you already know about.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — about 10 years ago
This tutorial will show You, how to use nice GIF animated preloaders for top images (or any other image). Now You can use larger images and show preloader first (Like in flash).
CSS » Tips and Tricks — about 10 years ago
Learn to write neater, more efficient CSS using CSS shortcuts.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — over 10 years ago
Hanging Punctuation refers to the technique of positioning certain typographical elements, such as bullets, quotation marks on pull quotes, etc. into the margin of a document, so that the main text that the glyph highlights remains flush with the rest of the body copy around it. Often seen in print, rarely used on the web, hanging punctuations can help keep the flow of your document and make the text easier to read.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — over 10 years ago
When designing a web site, it’s generally a good idea to keep your sites navigational elements text-based. This has several advantages, like being search engine friendly and easily accessible to screen readers and hand-held devices. Let’s face it, though, sometimes that’s not always practical and what the site design really calls for is a nice menu comprised of graphics in which the actual menu text is stylized. So, here’s a little trick that will give you the best of both worlds.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — over 10 years ago
Solving problem with doubling of float block in IE 5-6 while using margin-left with float:left and margin-right with float:right and problem with block which has a float block inside and it doesn’t set it’s height to the one defined in CSS file.
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