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#40: How z-index Works
Even more-so than z-index (which we covered a few weeks ago), the float property is known to cause episodes of hair-pulling and monitor-punching. #42: All About Floats Screencast
Published by Chris Coyier What is "Float"?
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10 CSS-Lifesavers For Efficient Web DesignCSS has been hailed and cursed by many web designers and developers around the world. On one hand, it makes our lives easier by separating content from style, which makes the entire process much more organized and easier to deal with. 10 CSS-Lifesavers For Efficient Web Design
We’re already familiar with the 12- and 16-column variants of 960.gs, but did you know that a 24-column alternative exists too? In this article, you’ll master the 960 grid system by dissecting the 24-column version demo. Mastering the 960 Grid System
Driving the 960 Grid System CSS frameworks are unflexible, overbloated and confusing. Whoever said that, never used a CSS framework, or at least the 960 Grid System. I used to think that too, some time ago, but I did use the 960 Grid System to draw my templates.
‘How to design a portfolio site’ screencast Posted on 13 July 2009 • 19 comments A few weeks ago Ryan asked me if I’d like to do a two-part screencast on designing online portfolios, and I thought it’d be a great idea, especially as — at the time — I was just putting the finishing touches to this new site.
CSS frameworks are bloated. CSS frameworks are for people who don’t know how to code. CSS is too simple to implement a framework. A Detailed Look at the 960 CSS Framework
Grid 960 is a CSS Framework that enables developers to rapidly prototype designs. They are excellent tools for creating mock ups.
The first time I discovered the 960 Grid System, I was immediately excited about the possibilities of implementing complex layouts so easily. However, since I was fairly new to web design at the time, when I downloaded the files, I quickly became overwhelmed at how complicated the whole thing seemed.