Tagged ‘CSS’

Add a Mobile Landing Page to Your Site

Give mobile visitors a way to quickly access your company phone number, email, or just directions to the office.

Purely CSS – Faking Different Color Columns

A simple way to make a multi-columned layout with two different colors that covers 100% width.

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Flexible Color Schemes in Layouts with RGBa

Create a flexible monochromatic page layout using only background color and RGBa transparency.

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How to Make a CSS Sprite Powered Menu

A trip back to the basics of using CSS sprites to lower load times and easily show hover states.

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Purely CSS – Faking Minimum Margins

There is no min-margin in CSS, here’s a solution.

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Quick Tip – Simplify List Margins with CSS

A re-introduction to a commonly overlooked style that makes lists play nicely with margins.

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Automatically Highlight Admin Comments in WordPress

Learn how to automate your author comment styles with two new streamlined methods using databases and arrays.

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Four Methods to Create Equal Height Columns

Get educated in various techniques to create equal height columns that work on all major web browsers (including the infamous IE6).

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