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CSS » Advanced Concepts — over 9 years ago
You probably know that the CSS3 spec includes a number of structural pseudo-classes, some of which use parentheses. The purpose of the parentheses is to allow one or more elements to be selected based on a keyword (either odd or even), an integer, or an expression.
JavaScript » Advanced Topics — almost 10 years ago
Callback functions are used in many JS libraries. Here's how you can write your own callback functions.
HTML » Cross Browser Development — about 10 years ago
Description of HTML5's new "reversed" attribute for ordered lists, plus a polyfill for cross-browser support.
CSS » Cross Browser Development — over 10 years ago
Browsers render border styles differently. Here's a comparison, with screenshots, of all the major browsers and how they render the different border-style values in CSS.
HTML » Cross Browser Development — over 10 years ago
Besides Google Analytics, what sources could be used to check browser usage stats? Here's a summary of some of the best choices.
CSS » Basics — over 10 years ago
This is an introduction to CSS3 transforms, with some simple code examples and some suggestions for use.
CSS » Cross Browser Development — almost 11 years ago — reviewed, not listed
A simple breakdown of the syntax for linear gradients in CSS3, along with some points of note.
HTML » XHTML Validation — almost 11 years ago — reviewed, not listed
HTML5 allows a lot of flexibility in coding style as compared to XHTML. Here are my preferences to help keep things maintainable and consistent.
HTML » Document Structure — about 11 years ago
HTML5's Section element seems confusing to use. Here I discuss some DOs and DON'Ts for its proper use.
CSS » Advanced Concepts — about 11 years ago — reviewed, not listed
You've probably seen two different syntaxes used for ":before" and ":after" pseudo-elements in CSS. Here's why.
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