Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
When it comes to CSS, there are lots of resources and supposed "expert tips" on the web. These are from unproven, self-proclaimed "gurus" who have no street cred in the design world. While they may have valid points, how is one to know whether a CSS tip is a valid resource or just an untested hack?
So you want to build a Facebook application and reach literally millions of users. Well luckily, writing an application using the API isn't too hard to learn (for the basics, anyway). In this tutorial we will write a Facebook app that generates a random quote to display on the user's profile.
Top bar’s seem to appearing on more and more websites each passing day. I’ve always quite liked the idea and with some XHTML and CSS you can also create your own top bar. Using it for whatever purpose you want it for.
To have a most beautifull form for your blog / website, so easy. This tutorial will show to you about, how to create gradient text field using Photoshop, then grab css to apply it into your form. I just create a style that compatible for IE and FF.
To make your life alot easier you can define the common XHTML tags you use on your webpages within your Stylesheet, doing this can define a certain tag globally and you’ll never have to modify it within your XHTML again! In this tutorial we will show you the XHTML tags you can define in CSS! If your just getting into CSS then this will be perfect knowledge for you later on!
In this tutorial I will show you how you can force two or more div’s to be on the same line without any form invalid XHTML/CSS appied. This tutorial is a must if you have features like top bars on your website!
Learn how to use CSS to make beautiful forms quickly and easily.
One of the most exhausting aspects of web development is writing out endless amounts of CSS styling for various elements - that differ only slightly in style from one another. It has taken the life (or will) of many a talented designer. Well, why give each element its own unique CSS entry, when you can mix match and add re-usable CSS styling to elements using multiple CSS classes?
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