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by eledo34 & 1 other (via)
SpinJS: Créez des loaders / spinners pour vos applications web sans images:

The Heads-Up Grid

by eledo34 (via)
Heads-up Grid: Ajoutez une grille visuelle sur votre webdesign pendant son intégration:

Not just a grid - un framework CSS léger - La Ferme du web

by eledo34 (via)
Not Just a Grid est un framework CSS léger permettant de personnaliser très facilement votre site web. Il est développé pour les grandes résolutions. not just a grid Ce framework propose d'appliquer des styles aux éléments les plus communs utilisés dans un site web. On retrouve donc : les tableaux les formulaires les retours utilisateurs la pagination ... Chaque section est définie dans une feuille de style séparée, ce qui permet de n'utiliser que celle dont on a besoin. Le framework inclut des images facilement modifiables pour s'adapter à vos besoin.


CSS Compatibility and Internet Explorer

by ms_michel
Tableau récapitulatif des fonctionnalités CSS supportées de IE5 à IE8

Font Squirrel | Download Hundreds of Free @font-face Fonts

by srcmax & 8 others

Download hundreds of prepackaged @font-face kits which

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10 Cool Things We’ll Be Able To Do Once IE6 Is Dead

by srcmax
Some people think that IE6 is dead already. But only developers who have the luxury of a specialist audience, or who don’t have any business interest vested in their work, can think like that. For the rest of us, who have a real-world audience of ordinary, non-technical users to think about, IE6 is still very much a going concern.


DD_belatedPNG: better PNG background-image support in IE6

by srcmax
background-image + background-repeat + background-position + 24-bit PNGs for Internet Explorer 6 (...Better late than never!)

CSS Text Wrapper

by srcmax & 1 other (via)
These are just a few examples of what can be done using the CSS Text Wrapper. Note that the wrap shape stays constant regardless of font or content. The examples on this page use the javascript method to apply them to the site. There are two other ways to create the wrap without using javascript and that are purely CSS/XHTML.