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  • Manipulate Scrollbar Colors Using CSS and JavaScript Article 2002-01-16

    The thing about the default color of scrollbars is that it's dull and ugly - usually this color is gray. Wouldn't it be nice to change this color to better fit the overall theme of your site? Luckily, Cascading Style Sheets and JavaScript can be used

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  • Review - Teach Yourself CSS in 24 Hours 2002-11-14

    Cascading Style Sheets are an essential part of Web development. The benefits of their use greatly outweigh the time that it takes the Web developer to learn how to apply and tweak them for optimal effect in all broswers. In "Teach Yourself CSS in 24

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  • Fancy Paragraphs With CSS

    Fancy Paragraphs With CSS 2002-11-16

    Long pages of text look dull. Often users don't want to trudge through them, and all the time you spent carefully crafting those sentences goes to waste. But with just a few simple CSS tricks we'll discuss here, you can break your pages up so they do

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  • Introduction to CSS Shorthand

    Introduction to CSS Shorthand 2002-12-11

    One of the many great possibilities in CSS is the use of shorthand properties, which let you specify several properties by using only one. If you have started to learn about CSS and implement it on your Web pages, you'll immediately see the benefit o

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  • Build Your Site Navigation With CSS

    Build Your Site Navigation With CSS 2003-02-28

    Could anything look more boring than basic text links? Plain text displayed in the not very attractive colors of blue and purple, with no background colors, no rollovers, and nothing to make the page visually appealing- This description might accurat

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  • HTML Utopia: Designing Without Tables Using CSS, Chapter 1: Getting The Lay Of The Land

    HTML Utopia: Designing Without Tables Using CSS, Chapter 1: Getting The Lay Of The Land 2003-05-31

    CSS In Context Almost as soon as the Web became popularized by the emergence of the first graphical Web browser (the forerunner to Netscape Navigator), graphic designers became aware of a problem. The method by which the Web browser displayed informa

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  • HTML Utopia: Designing Without Tables Using CSS, Chapter 3: Digging Below The Surface

    HTML Utopia: Designing Without Tables Using CSS, Chapter 3: Digging Below The Surface 2003-05-31

    This chapter completes our look at the "mechanics" of CSS: the background you need to have to work with the technology. It covers six major topics: quick review of the three methods for assigning CSS properties to HTML documents use of shorthand

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  • HTML Utopia: Designing Without Tables Using CSS, Chapter 4: CSS Website Design

    HTML Utopia: Designing Without Tables Using CSS, Chapter 4: CSS Website Design 2003-05-31

    CSS Website Design The development of any Website begins with its design. Typically, you'll have a statement from your client, or at least a rough idea in your head, of the intended capabilities of the site. If you're a by-the-book sort of developer,

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  • HTML Utopia: Designing Without Tables Using CSS, Chapter 5: Building the Skeleton

    HTML Utopia: Designing Without Tables Using CSS, Chapter 5: Building the Skeleton 2003-05-31

    Building the Skeleton Most books on CSS begin by teaching you how to deal with the bits and pieces of a Web page: fonts, colors, lists, and the like. Then, they move on to explaining the broader issues associated with CSS positioning (CSS-P), which a

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  • Style Web Forms Using CSS Article

    Style Web Forms Using CSS Article 2003-07-14

    Putting It Together To conclude this article here are a couple of typical forms - for login and user registration - that show how we can use CSS to turn forms into an attractive interface feature. Styling a Login Form The first form we'll look at is

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  • HTML Utopia: Designing Without Tables Using CSS 2003-07-16

    We can look at Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) from a number of contextual perspectives. I prefer to view them as a correction to a fundamental mistake that was made at the beginning of Web Time, back in the old days of the early 1990s, when Tim Berners

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  • Exploring the Limits of CSS Layout

    Exploring the Limits of CSS Layout 2003-09-02

    With major sites like Wired News and ESPN migrating to CSS layout, the "new wave" of Web design is truly here. But even in the most modern browsers, CSS has its limitations. Understanding them can save you a lot of frustration and wasted time. F

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  • Flash Vs. CSS/HTML: Which Will You Choose? 2003-09-13

    Macromedia Flash. It's one of the most controversial products in the Web development world. In this article we'll look at the strengths and weaknesses of Flash. We'll take a close look at what it can do, and what it can't or shouldn't do. And, throug

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  • Accessible Header Images With CSS And XHTML Article

    Accessible Header Images With CSS And XHTML Article 2003-09-22

    Before CSS, images were always put into Web pages with image tags. We gave them alternate (alt) text so they still made sense when images were turned off – it was the only way. Today, we have Cascading Style Sheets. Using CSS to add images to Web pag

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  • What you should know about CSS 2.1 2004-04-22

    CSS 2 revision 1 has been out as a candidate recommendation for nearly two months now, but there's been surprisingly little discussion of it around the web. It's an interesting specification, and one that any standards conscious web developer should

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  • Evaluating CSS Hacks 2004-05-04

    Vincent Garcia reports on a CSS hack for Safari (discovered by Anne Van Kesteren) which provides support for the min-height property by taking advantage of the CSS 2.1 table model. IE/Windows doesn't support the table model, but treats heights as min

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  • Tables Vs. CSS - A Fight to the Death

    Tables Vs. CSS - A Fight to the Death 2004-05-27

    The first time I surfed the Internet it was through a dumb terminal. After a short while, its monochromatic screen was spewing out the full script to Monty Python's "Holy Grail" from a server in Minnesota. It was nothing short of magical. We had

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  • Rounded Corners with CSS and JavaScript 2004-05-28

    Rounded corners are one of the most frequently requested CSS techniques. As with many things in CSS, there are various ways in which this problem can be approached. In this article, I'll look at the pros and cons of some common techniques and introdu

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  • CSS Design Tutorials 2004-07-26

    Veerle Pieters has published a tutorial series entitled "Designing a CSS Template", which makes a refreshing change from many existing tutorials in concentrating on design first, and only discussing implementation using CSS towards the end. It's

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  • CSS and Round Corners: Build Accessible Menu Tabs Article

    CSS and Round Corners: Build Accessible Menu Tabs Article 2004-09-04

    One of the best Websites out there, in terms of functionality, is Amazon. In terms of accessibility, though, it's not great. The Problem Amazon's menu tabs, with their nice round corners, look good - but they're totally inaccessible. First of all, th

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