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This CSS Reference lists all standard CSS properties, pseudo-classes and pseudo-elements , @-rules , and selectors in alphabetic order. It allows you to quickly access detailed information for each of them. It not only lists the CSS1 and CSS2.1 properties, but also is a CSS3 reference that links to any CSS3 property and concept standardized, or already stabilized. See also Mozilla CSS Extensions for Gecko-specific properties prefixed with -moz ; and WebKit CSS Extensions for WebKit-specific properties.
Do you like simple and clean design? Take a look at this collection of buttons for your website. I love clean design and in general simple solutions to design nice and attractive elements for my websites. This tutorial illustrates how to design nice clean buttons using some lines of HTML, CSS code and proxal icon set . The result is something like this:
Published by Chris Coyier Otherwise known as "resolution dependent layouts". Single website, different CSS files for rearranging a website to take advantage of the size available. There is a W3C standard way of declaring them.
Often same website is to be displayed on different devices (desktop computers, mobile phones, smart phones, PDA devices) or printed. These display devices have different screen resolution and color depth. Obviously the different capabilities of these display (output) devices mean that we should style the same page differently on different devices. A large image header may look good on a PC screen, but most likely it is totally inappropriate for a smart phone with a limited screen size. Naturally the question arises - how to display the same text content on different devices using different styling and/or different images? The most straightforward approach is to use different web pages with different URLs for different display devices and then to direct different devices to these different URL addresses.
Stay tuned for new features, detailed usage instructions, and integration with WordPress! Follow me on Twitter if you'd like to be notified when the updates go live! Who is this dude? Caleb Jacob is currently the lead designer at WagePoint and has a curious habit of randomly referring to himself in third person. So why the heck was this created?
Update: This process has been refined. Read the blog post which describes the new method in detail. A little over a week ago, Wayne Helman posted an article proposing the use of @font-face for displaying icons . The article was well-received, but I was honestly expecting more excitement around this idea. From my view, this now seems like the way to set icons in a site.
This tutorial will teach you how to create pretty looking textual buttons (with alternate pressed state) using CSS. Dynamic buttons save you heaps of time otherwise spent creating graphics and will basically make you a happier person at the end of the day. Here's what you'll get: Sliding doors Since we want our buttons to be über-flexible, we'll have to make the background image expand with the size of the button's text.