Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
In this podcast you will see how to create a cool parallax effect with some CSS and images
This tutorial will teach a beginner to CSS how to program a CSS Web-Header using only 2 images. It also teaches common practices for making sure your website is Cross Browser Compatible.
One of the good things about CSS is that there are always different ways to complete a certain task. Wether it be getting your background to display correctly with a pattern or getting nice rollovers on your buttons. We will talk about the latter today, or whatever day you read this counts too.
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In this podcast you will learn how to generally use floats and absolute and relative positioning
This tutorial shows you how to solve the "CSS Padding Problem" - a problem that comes when you apply a padding style to a div, and the div's width expands.
This podcast will show you the awesomeness of Firebug and Why and how you should use comments in your markup.
Have you ever tried to add padding to <li> elements that have been set to “display: inline”? Did you find that the padding seemed to be rendering in an unusual way? In the example below, the <li> elements have been set to “display: inline”, and then 1em of padding has applied to all sides. Unfortunately, the padding on the top and bottom of the <li> elements seems to have been ignored causing the elements to overlap each other
Tooltips are amongst this vast array of gadgets that should be in every web application developer’s toolbox, as they provide useful hints and help messages directly to the user in a discrete yet obvious manner.
In this podcast, you will learn the basic of creating a basic CSS layout
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