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Elliot Jay Stocks » Web designers who can’t code Posted on 18 February 2010 • 392 comments Wow, what a day! It started with one little tweet and ended with a discussion that seemed to sweep across the whole web design community. It appears there are some very strong opinions held on the subject of whether web designers should be able to code. Because Twitter isn’t really the best place to have a thorough, in-depth conversation about the industry, I thought it best to blog about it.
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There's an obscure topic of CSS that I think many people aren't aware of. It's called 'specificity'. I suppose it's not as glamorous as rounded corners, drop shadows or animations but it's still just as important in your day to day work as any other part of CSS. So what is CSS specificity? It's a weighted value system for all of your selectors. Essentially, each piece of your selector has a value applied to it. l Everything You Need To Know About CSS Selector Specificity
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CSS Menu Tutorial - Horizontal and Vertical CSS Menus Tutorials provided by Claire from Tanfa CSS Design, Style and Fun - Musing Over the Possibilities What follows is an example of how to develop menus similar to the ones shown here and here . This mini-tutorial uses very similar code to cover the main ingredients for both those menus, they can be developed further by adding background images or more color. Requirements for Both CSS Menus Note: Anything we do from this point on will not affect text browsers or non CSS parsing applications.
The TechRepublic CIO50 list celebrates the most influential and innovative tech chiefs, voted by their fellow CIOs In my previous Web Development column, I examined the many facets of working with HTML tables . While it is no longer vogue to layout a Web page with tables, you may still use tables to display tabular data. Style table borders with CSS
CSS 101: Locate and style Web elements with selectors The TechRepublic CIO50 list celebrates the most influential and innovative tech chiefs, voted by their fellow CIOs In the previous installment of my Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) 101 series, I discussed how to handle multiple rules for the same element . This article covers another important CSS feature: selectors, which are used to choose elements within a Web page for styling.
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