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Creating Triangles in CSS « Jon Rohan’s Web Developer Field Guide I’ve come across a few techniques and tips in my career, while working at my last gig a co-worker pointed me to this technique. I believe this was originally discovered by the legendary Eric Meyer, but I couldn’t find much documentation about it on the web so I thought I would describe it here. How it works Few people realize when a browser draws the borders, it draws them at angles. This technique takes advantage of that. One side of the border is colored for the color of the arrow, and the rest are transparent.
Drop shadow with CSS for all web browsers This article is also available in Bulgarian One of the most common CSS effects is using shadows in various ways. Before, we needed to resort to images, but now we can offer this to all major web browser with CSS! Web browser support Believe me or not, but all of these web browsers we can offer shadows with CSS:
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CSS is a language that is used by nearly every developer at some point. While it’s a language that we sometimes take for granted, it is powerful and has many nuances that can help (or hurt) our designs. Here are thirty of the best CSS practices that will keep you writing solid CSS and avoiding some costly mistakes. 1. Make it Readable The readability of your CSS is incredibly important, though most people overlook why it’s important. 30 CSS Best Practices for Beginners