All posts tagged css

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 quality, structure, syntax and methodology of design work. To explain the benefits of web standards, I’ve …

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Make the WordPress Visual Editor Actually WYSIWYG

In otherwords, match what you see when creating/editing a Post or Page in the WordPress visual editor to what you get when you actually publish it. It’s easier

10 CSS3 Properties You Need To Be Familiar With

We’ve already covered the thirty CSS selectors that we should all memorize; but what about the new CSS3 properties? Though most of them still require a vendor-specific

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

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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