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.

Flexible Color Schemes in Layouts with RGBa

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

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.

Purely CSS – Faking Minimum Margins

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

Quick Tip – Simplify List Margins with CSS

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

Automatically Highlight Admin Comments in WordPress

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

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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