If you’ve read the previous post I did, Tutorial on how to add HTML to facebook, you probably know now how to get your custom HTML into a facebook page. Once you do, you might see a slight problem, your page may be miss-aligned and may have scroll bars. This happens if your images or DIVs [...]
Posts Tagged ‘CSS’
I mean, do you have the Hardware and Software to do the job right? It’s not just about Photoshop and Dreamweaver anymore, these days you need to have a fleet of computers with various operating systems and browser versions installed to make sure the website you just got done designing and programming does not win [...]
Most probably already know this but it doesn’t hurt to remind and have it down on “paper”. When writing CSS code and as you adjust things to make it all look good in the browser your CSS file becomes huge with extra lines of unneeded code that can be purged to make the size of the [...]
It can be used for various purposes but one is sorting things in a list, like a menu. Even WordPress Uses this function in the admin side to order the widgets on the sidebar. Drag and drop lists have many uses and I’ve never made one before so I am goign to follow the tutorial [...]
So I’ve been reading up on sexy CSS and lots of bloggers are talking about it. So I put together the Sexy CSS Illustrated. Here is your basic example of Sexy CSS. You’ll probably want to bookmark it for yourself so you can come back over and over. ;)
I just recently found this out and it’s pretty cool so I have to share. When dealing with browser compatibility of CSS I used to have an IF statement in the HTML that would call for the appropriate CSS file according to the browser that is displaying the page. Well, I found a trick on [...]
So as I recal, last time I checked – tables were bad, divs were good. This morning I read, we have new and improved tables, CSS tables that is. What? According to this article, the new release of IE, IE8, will support new CSS values to display pages better.You can see that article for details [...]
The CSS way of creating great website backgrounds. Nathaniel from tutvid.com did a nice video tutorial that shows how this is done. Using a top gradient image with a background color you can acheve unique looking backgrounds for your websites. Just use your imagination to create the one that will work with yours.
Here is a simple way to turn a design done in Photoshop into a webpage using HTML and CSS. Anyone can follow this video and do the same with their design. Click here to download the Photoshop CS3 design file.