Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
Learn how to apply basic CSS (cascading style sheets) to your HTML documents to style the colors, backgrounds, fonts, text-sizes and more. Based on standards-compliant CSS2.1 which is supported by all major browsers.
This is an article/tutorial that will show you exactly how to use CSS to replace the inherent html textfield background with your own custom images.
A rule by rule explanation of a real design coded without tables. Learn how everything works together.
Learn how to create menu rollovers with CSS
In this tutorial we will just create a basic text link navigation menu for the pages in a wordpress blog and then apply CSS to make it look all nice with rollover effects.
How to create custom solid double borders for images with no additional markup.
This tutorial shows you how to create resizable thumbnails using simple css.
Building a band site using standards compliant XHTML and CSS.
Learn how to make rounded corners on thumbnail images through CSS
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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