As your forms grow in complexity, you’ll probably find a need to temporarily disable an input – either a button, a text box, or some other element. This is quite [...]
It’s not easy being a web developer – in addition to a server-side language, we also have to learn a markup language, yet another (client-side) language and a presentation system. [...]
The more we rely upon CSS, the larger and more complex stylesheet files become. Planning and organizing your stylesheet is essential to creating a lean, manageable website. There are many ways of organizing CSS code but the following are best practice...
One of the main advantages of using CSS is the large reduction in web page download time. To style text, you used to have to use the font tag over and over again. You probably also laid out your site with tables, nested tables and spacer gifs. Now all that presentational information can be placed in one CSS document, with each command listed just once.
A print stylesheet formats a web page so when printed, it automatically prints in a user-friendly format. Print stylesheets have been around for a number of years and have been written about a lot. Yet so few websites implement them, meaning we're left with web pages that frustratingly don't properly print on to paper.
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a smart way to add styling information to web pages.While it's possible to add styling to HTML (e.g. using the font tag) HTML should only be used to structure your content, CSS is the only way you should apply styling.
Style sheets are designed to bring some of the simplicity of word processing styles to HTML. You can define how certain sections of text and code will be displayed, even down to the font and size.
Using CSS to create a website can take quite a few attempts to start getting the hang of it. But hang in there, it eventually starts making sense. This article is aimed at the new CSS designer looking to easily create an elastic website that will always fill the screen regardless of the viewers screen resolution.
One thing that CSS allows us to use for screen presentation are alternate cursors. This is not the idea of downloading or forcing a download of a cursor, as was done in the past (though that is possible as well), but instead, we use several built in concept cursors.