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Tools And Resources To Test Cross Browser Compatibility Of Your Websites

Cross browser compatibility is an option to test the compatibility of your web site among the oceans of other sites. There is a possibility of surfing out your web site from browser as for their wish or else lack of …

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Convert a Warm, Cheerful Web Design to HTML and CSS (Part 2): Creating the Markup

Not long after our newest Tuts+ site, Webdesigntuts+, launched, they posted an excellent tutorial that details the process of designing a warm and cheerful

Using the LESS CSS Preprocessor for Smarter Style Sheets

As a Web designer you’re undoubtedly familiar with CSS, the style sheet language used to format markup on Web pages. CSS itself is extremely simple, consisting

Coding Flexible Web Layouts In HTML5 And CSS

Web standards are in evolution and continuing to refine how we structure our content. There are many open source platforms which allow rapid prototyping and development

How To Use CSS Sprites And Image Replacement

The days of using javascript for image rollovers are over. Rollovers can be created using pure CSS, which is a widely used technique on the web. There’s many

Tips How To Organize Your CSS Files

CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) is used to separate content from presentation in a web site, this means that by applying CSS you have the ability to keep the

Why Joe Client Doesn’t Care About Standards

Web standards should be a driving force behind the work of any designer or developer. They provide a scale against which to measure the

Finally, cross-browser visual control over forms

Now we have something else to be thankful for. Nathan Smith of Sonspring has created a library that gives designers and developers “some measure of control over

But it Doesn’t Validate

I have a small pet peeve that I’m going to share with you. On the nights when I finish up a new CSS3 tutorial for Nettuts+ —

Perfect Full Page Background Image

The goal here is a background image on a website that covers the entire browser window at all times. Let’s put some specifics on it:

  • Fills entire page

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