Cascading Style Sheets are used to define the presentation layer of websites. How CSS works is not always self-evident, so many of these articles explain various aspects of using CSS.
A way of preventing annoying flicker in IE.
A nice way of making background images in lists clickable.
Some tips on using classes and IDs efficiently.
A makeover of the microsoft.com homepage.
A new version of Simon Collison’s Ticked-off Visited Links.
A couple of posts about using floats for layout from Eric Meyer.
A technique for creating slant-separated navigation bars.
A new CSS filter that can be used to import a separate CSS file for IE5/Mac.
Detailed descriptions of various image replacement methods.
A whole bunch of image replacement methods.
A few days ago I promised to write about something that isn’t about different ways of styling boxes with CSS….
Further thoughts on structural naming conventions from Eric Meyer.
A step-by-step tutorial on creating a CSS based page template.
How to manage CSS hacks when you have to use them.
This will be the last thing I write about boxes with rounded corners, custom borders or dropshadows for a while….
A presentation of the process of converting two news sites from tables to CSS for layout.
”Sliding doors” tabs with fewer images.
Time for yet another example of a ”flexible boxes with rounded corners” technique. This time I’ve created a flexible news…
A follow-up to HTML and CSS for Mobiles.
Clever use of negative margins to create semi-liquid, source ordered layouts.
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