Posts Tagged ‘css’
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Drop-down menu (also known as pull-down menu) is an essential in most web design. It plays important role in the creation of an effective and user friendly website. It’s a good solution to trim down long menu that is overwhelming the screen space, getting them to display in a more organize category-sub category pattern.
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Smashing Magazine does it again.
Tags: css, html, tables, tutorials
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A collection of some of the best articles that I’ve come across on various topics related to web design. These are excellent, insightful, thought-provoking articles that may be able to help you in your own design career. Some are new and some are a few years old, but they all have something valuable to say.
To make it easier to digest, I’ve categorized them according to topic (with a general category at the end). Choose a few areas that are particularly challenging for you and see what you can learn from these experts.
Tags: articles, css, graphics, list
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Even fiddling with a WP theme can get agonizing, when all you want to do is make it work in IE. Firefox usually eats up everything, but unfortunately there are sill people out there who use Internet Explorer, and it’s not easy to work with.
Anyway, here’s a pretty good article I found on the subject.
Tags: browsers, cross browser, css, firefox, html, ie, programming
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