Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Since CSS shapes are becoming more important to website development, I thought that a simple list of how to create the most common shapes was in order. You’ll find that most of these shapes are very simple to achieve and that they are not that complicated at all. However, at the same time they will save you a lot of trouble.
Box-sizing basically is an alternative to the standard box model we have in CSS. To fully understand box-sizing you need to understand the box model. Practically, they work just about the same but there is one key difference – one that will be discussed in depth later. So, let’s get started by examining the good old box model.
Well, when it comes to CSS, understanding the box model is very important. This is why you have this short, sweet and simple post at your disposal. It basically means that every HTML element is actually a box which consists of width, height, padding, borders and margins. Now let’s discuss what this means exactly.
Float property is in fact a very useful property that in a way is an alternative method to manipulating the way elements are displayed. It is a highly valued asset within a developer’s tool kit as it makes stylizing simpler. However, it also has its downfalls as it can cause some serious issues if you don’t know how to go about using this property.
A while back CSS3 introduced a new set of properties, which are responsible for creating columns within your layout. You simple apply these to one of your elements in order to divide it up, automatically and hassle free, into a multi-column set up. This property is very easy to comprehend, set up and manipulate.
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In this article, I will teach you how to create a beautiful CSS3 navigation. You can free download the CSS3 navigation and then edit it to use it for your own website.
people would achieve this effect by jQuery and with some other third party plugins. But I will explain this effect in this responsive css tutorial
The layout of most simple websites involves a main content area and a side-bar. A common issue with type of layout is setting a background for the side-bar (we've all been there). This tutorial covers how to solve this issue without using repeat-y in a containing div.
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