CSS Techniques I Wish I Knew When I Started Designing Websites -
Dec 18 2009 By Tim Wright and TJ Kelly CSS is the best thing to happen to the web since Tim Berners-Lee. It’s simple, powerful, and easy to use. But even with all its simplicity, it hides some important capabilities. Ask any designer, and they’ll tell you that the majority of their code headaches are caused and ultimately solved by CSS. All designers at some point in their career go through the process of encountering a weird display issue, searching for a resolution, and discovering a trick, technique, or hack could have saved them hours of frustration—if they had only known when they started. We’ve put together a list of the most frustrating and time-consuming CSS headaches and, more importantly, their solutions (along with examples and further resources). Resets & Browser Inconsistencies Not all browsers are created equal. The early stages of resets, designers dealt with differing margin and padding values, using a global reset: inputbuttonhr Resources for Resets Extras Floats & Clearing <!
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