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Jun 19, 2006
Trenton Moss

Ten more CSS tricks you may not know

Rating: 5 stars
  1. Block vs. inline level elements
  2. Another box model hack alternative
  3. Minimum width for a page
  4. IE and width & height issues
  5. Text-transform command
  6. Disappearing text or images in IE?
  7. Invisible text...
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Jun 19, 2006
Trenton Moss

Internet Explorer & CSS issues

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Trying to get CSS-based websites to look the same across all browsers can often be difficult. Many of the problems however lie with Internet Explorer implementing CSS commands differently to other, more standards compliant browsers. All is not lost, however, as many of the differences you see across browsers are caused by the same Internet Explorer CSS issues...

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Jun 19, 2006
Trenton Moss

10 CSS tricks you may not know

Rating: 5 stars
  1. CSS font shorthand rule
  2. Two classes together
  3. CSS border default value
  4. CSS document for printing
  5. Image replacement technique
  6. CSS box model hack alternative
  7. Centre aligning a block element...
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May 2, 2006

Specify mouse cursors with CSS

Rating: 2.6 stars
CSS allows you to define a cursor that will be displayed at the specific element on your page. For instance, if you want to show that the clicking the element will show the context help, you can define the "help" cursor for this element.

Here are the list of cursor types you can use for the pointing device (usually, mouse). You can test each cursor by moving mouse pointer above the "Example" block..

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May 2, 2006

Stylesheets: external vs. embedded

Rating: 3 stars
There are various ways to use CSS markup in your site pages. You can link external stylesheets to your HTML pages, define CSS elements directly in your HTML code, but what is the best solution? Let's the describe the most popular of them and show their pros and cons...
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May 2, 2006
Steve Chittenden

SEO Benefits Of CSS

This article is most useful if you are somewhat familiar with HTML and CSS. I explain the concepts well enough that you do not have to be an expert, but I want to provide material that will introduce you to more advanced design in ways you can understand..

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May 2, 2006
Cliff Ritter

The Power of CSS

Rating: 3.6 stars

CSS or cascading style sheets are used to create a set of styles that can be applied to your fonts, tables and most other attributes of your web page. These styles allow you to create a much cleaner, faster web page that search engines love and also makes life much easier on the designer when global changes to these styles need to be applied. It is also always critical to always keep in mind your target audience and the average internet connection speed these users have. By using styles sheets to their full advantage, you can help keep your web page size down to a minimum...

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May 2, 2006
Hilco van der Meer

Cascading Stylesheets Advantages: 5 Reasons To Use CSS

1. The content is separated from the design

Because you are able to create a separate Stylesheet and link it to all your webdocuments, you have great control over how your website looks. So if you want to change a certain aspect of your page, you only need to alter one file: your Stylesheet! This Of course, generates some great flexibility. This flexibility is not available when your website is using tables for layout, inline font tags or inline defined colors.

A single CSS file can contain positioning, layout, font, colors and style information for an entire web site.

2. You site uses less bandwidth and loads faster...

Apr 29, 2006
Herman Drost

Top 12 benefits of Using CSS for Web Pages

If you are still designing with tables then you are missing out on a lot of the benefits of cascading style sheets (CSS). Tables were not supposed to be used for designing but unfortunately it has been the standard for a long time. Not any more..

Feb 18, 2006

CSS Positioning Within a Container

One of the best things about CSS is that you can position an object absolutely anywhere you want in the document. It's also possible (and often desirable) to position objects within a container. It's simple to do too.