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MSIE for Windows has for a long time had a feature named Conditional Comments that allows content to be visible only for MSIE. Use of conditional comments instead of other css hacks is simple: (more…)

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CSS Table Examples

1. A CSS Styled Table

Further to my article about the creation of a CSS calendar the thought crossed my mind to show you an example on how you can style a table using CSS. The data of tables can be boring so all the more reason that we need to attract attention to it and make it as pleasant to read as possible. Presentation and design with some basic accessibility rules in mind is the way to go. (more…)

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Forms can be greatly enhanced with a touch of CSS, making them more usable and far more visually attractive. Follow some of the examples below and you’ll be creating stunning CSS forms in no time at all. (more…)

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For the last part of our introductory series to CSS3, we will be taking a look at the new background properties. These include background size, using more than one background for an element, and background origin (which effects the position of a background). (more…)

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Multiple columns are a major facet of laying out text – newspapers have used them for decades. So important are they that it is amazing that the current way to achieve a multi column layout is one of the most complex techniques for a new designer to grasp. (more…)

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This tutorial will be taking a look at some of the new ways you can manipulate user interface features in CSS3. But what do we mean by “user interface”? (more…)

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This tutorial explains how to create a text with shadow using CSS.
It has been tested and works with the following browsers: (more…)

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