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Five Questions with CSS Author Dave Shea
Mar 25, 2005
Dave Shea, director of the CSS Zen Garden, answers some questions about his upcoming book and what's coming next from this CSS guru.
Flexible Web Design: Dynamically Changing Images’ Screen Area
Feb 16, 2009
There are lots of ways you can dynamically change the screen area that an image takes up. Zoe Mickley Gillenwater explains how.
Flexible Web Design: Types of Web-page Layouts
Feb 17, 2009
Web-page layouts can be grouped into three categories based on how their width is set: fixed-width, liquid (or fluid), and elastic. Zoe Mickley Gillenwater discusses the characteristics of each type of layout.
Flexible Web Layouts with CSS3 Media Queries
Jul 14, 2010
Can your website handle the various screen sizes and other features of modern electronics? Chris Mills, one of the authors of InterACT with Web Standards: A Holistic Approach to Web Design, shows how to use CSS3 media queries to combine multiple CSS formatting options into a single stylesheet, optimizing your site to adapt dynamically to match any device.
Fundamentals of CSS for Web Designers: Creating Meaning through Syntax
Jul 23, 2009
To describe your Web designs, you need to understand the syntax of CSS. Jason Cranford Teague shows that once you get the hang of it, you’ll be speaking in CSS in no time.
How to Style An Events Calendar in CSS
Sep 15, 2006
Events calendars on the Web are surprisingly useful. A personal site might use one to indicate when a Web log was updated or to show important dates in history. Even more interesting, an organization or community could use a calendar to publicize upcoming and recurring events. In this project, renowned CSS designer Eric Meyer looks at the basic structure of Web-based calendars, explores ways to set the borders between days, and discusses how the days should be classed and identified to give you the most flexibility for later styling.
How to Style Forms in CSS
Mar 17, 2006
Forms give you an easy way to get information back from visitors to your Web site. Although they might be the most common way to get feedback from your Web page, forms shouldn't be a hassle for your users. Jason Teague shows you how to use a bit of simple CSS to create attractive and interactive HTML forms.
Incorporating CSS Ideally
Mar 7, 2003
Learn how to get your HTML or XHTML looking its best before Cascading Style Sheets.
Integrated Web Design: CSS Beyond the Retrofit
Feb 6, 2004
Molly Holzschlag shows you how CSS was meant to be used and demonstrates how to begin using it fully today to make your life (and your designs) more efficient, flexible, and even more beautiful than ever.
Integrated Web Design: Position This! CSS Positioning Demystified
Aug 6, 2004
In this installment of Integrated Web Design, Molly Holzschlag teaches you all about positioning schemes.
Integrated Web Design: Seven Deadly Markup Sins
Jul 9, 2004
If you're in Web design and development, you're using something to mark up your pages. But despite all our growth and knowledge, some nagging problems remain. Molly Holzschlag helps you hone in on the most common markup mistakes and shows you how to repair them with ease.
Integrated Web Design: Strategies for Long-Term CSS Hack Management
Jun 25, 2004
Molly Holzschlag helps you determine if you need CSS hacks, how to manage them effectively if so, and which hacks you can employ to solve a range of common compatibility problems.
Introduction to CSS
Nov 16, 2001
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) give authors a language for applying style characteristics to the elements of a Web document. Scott Loban shows some examples of how you can use CSS to simplify formatting.
Introduction to The CSS Detective Guide
Apr 28, 2010
Denise R. Jacobs introduces HTML best practices: document structure, good semantics, and tag structure. From there, she moves on to CSS, including rule structure, getting the styles into your documents, and commenting.
Make Your Site BulletProof With Floats
Oct 5, 2007
Dan Cederholm helps you choose the best markup for the job to ensure your site's content is displayed properly across the widest range of browsers and devices.
Making the Most of Flash MX 2004 and Its New CSS Control
Nov 26, 2003
Phillip Kerman shows you why it makes sense to load CSS files and use htmlText when importing CSS into Flash MX 2004.
Master Mac OS X Users and Groups by Making Your Mac Think It's a Server
Mar 2, 2007
One of the challenges of creating a small Mac network (or even sharing files among multiple users on a single Mac) is that Mac OS X doesn't allow you to create groups of users or share folders (among local users or over a network) other than preset Shared and Public folders. But, as Ryan Faas illustrates, when you have the right tools, you can get Mac OS X to support groups, permissions, additional shared folders, and even managed user preferences.
Microformats Made Simple: XFN
Nov 17, 2009
Emily P. Lewis focuses on using the rel attribute for links in order to define social relationships, starting with an explanation of XFN.
Planning for and Managing Browser Support
Dec 7, 2009
With a flurry of new browsers hitting users’ computers and mobile devices this year, everyone involved with the Web has had to scramble to ensure that their sites are compatible with the latest and greatest. This has left many Web professionals and business teams wondering, “What browsers should my site support?” Kimberly Blessing helps you answer that question.
Positioning Web Elements in the Background Using CSS
Jul 2, 2004
There is only one way to get a smooth translucency effect in Explorer for Windows, and Eric Meyer shows you how in this article.

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