Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Structural pseudo-classes let you select and style child elements of a container based on a variety of generic criteria, such as the 3rd child, even/odd child elements, or even the nth child element of a certain type. Learn all about them here.
Learn how to create a simple CSS rollover button with a single image, css, and some xhtml
How to add your own background images to your post titles in Blogger.
How to add a style-switcher to a Wordpress site by using child themes and a plugin.
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Learn the basics of CSS syntax. Then, use that knowledge to learn how to write learn, clean, and organized shorthand CSS.
Here’s an article for beginners in the practice of CSS Layouts, my reason for writing this one came from remembering the difficulty I once had position elements in CSS. After many frustrating attempts with relative and absolute position techniques I finally found the holy grail of CSS the
I don’t know about you, but I always get frustrated trying to figure out how to get my layout to stretch vertically to 100% of the page. I have a div that I want to stretch, but it just doesn’t stretch. Now why wouldn’t it do that? In this tutorial, I will share the solution with you.
Jina Bolton is a designer and artist, working and residing in Silicon Valley. She has written several articles for SitePoint, was a co-author of The Art & Science Of CSS, and is presenting at the Web Directions South conference in Sydney later this month.
Child themes are a very interesting feature of WordPress and surpisingly little-known, given their power and how easy they are to use. This is a detailed tutorial on child themes for WordPress, easy to follow, and with pictures illustrating each essential step.
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