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CSS Tutorials — Tips and Tricks

CSS » Tips and Tricks — over 7 years ago
Sometimes it's okay to use longhand for CSS values. Here's an example explaining when that would be possible.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — over 7 years ago
A summary of what happens when you apply "width: 100%" on block-level elements in CSS.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — over 7 years ago
Unlike software programming web design lacks formal principles or theories of its own. Knowing and understanding certain software principles can really benefit you as a web designer / developer. Here, by incorporating DRY principle in web design, especially in CSS coding can really enhance our web design experience.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — over 7 years ago
Shows how to center any type of Web page content horizontally using CSS. Includes examples with explanations.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — over 7 years ago
Learn how to make your pages load faster using CSS shorthand properties for backgrounds, borders, colours, fonts, lists, margins, padding, and outlines.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — over 7 years ago
You can really go to town with HTML lists when you add a sprinkle of CSS! This tutorial shows you how to make your lists stand out from the crowd.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — over 7 years ago
A corner ad should be triangular, and so should its clickable area. CSS3 now makes that possible, as this tutorial shows.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — over 7 years ago
An alternative way to center multiple block elements without margins or padding.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — over 7 years ago
Ever wondered how a particular effect was achieved in a web design, and, after zooming in several clicks, you found that the author added several subtle shadows, borders, gradients, etc?
CSS » Tips and Tricks — over 7 years ago
We’re all used to making the most of the plain old web font stacks that have been around for the past 10+ years, everyone who’s designed a website will have no doubt written out Helvetica or Georgia hundreds of times in their stylesheets. Nowadays however, we have the option of embedding a whole new range of fonts into our designs. Let’s look at how the CSS @font-face rule allows us to get fancy with our future website projects.
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