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.
”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.
In case you had a look at my CSS teaser box demo from last week, you’ll know that it has…
A test page to examine how web enabled PDAs and phones handle CSS media types.
A thorough explanation of the different kinds of selectors in CSS 2.
Just a little something that may be of use to someone. It’s pretty common for websites to have “teasers” that…
Update: Reading the comments to this, I can see that several people have misunderstood what I’m doing here. This does…
Many web designers really like the idea of being able to place two or more containers, or boxes, side by…
Use the :before and :after pseudo elements to create drop shadows.
Simon Collison writes about an alternative way of styling visited links.
Yet another way of creating drop shadows with CSS.
Suckerfish dropdown menus with improved accessibility and compatibility.
Richard Rutter (Clagnut) explains how to size text using ems.
Recently, both Andy Budd and Dave Shea have written about how they consider using tables for layout acceptable in some…
A way of clearing a floated element without having to add extra markup.
Didier Hilhorst explains how to create an image-based navigation bar that uses only one image file.
Dan Cederholm has updated his mini tabs to support text resizing.
Dan Cederholm explains a technique to create boxes with rounded corners.