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October 2008

Everything You Know About CSS Is Wrong

by marco & 3 others
Mais en fait ça sera toujours vrai au moins quelques années, le temps que IE6 et IE7 deviennent réellement marginaux

Advanced CSS Layouts

by marco
Bientôt le support des "CSS tables" dans IE8. Intéressant de garder un oeil là dessus.

September 2008

August 2008

July 2008

Using CSS to Fix Anything: 20 Common Bugs and Fixes

by oqdbpo & 6 others
Without a doubt, a logical and structured layout is the best way to go. Not only because your layout varies between browsers, but also because CSS has a lot of ways to position every element you have. Today we wanted to share with you some quick tips on how to avoid easy pitfalls when creating your CSS layout. This is the first part in this series as there are SO MANY good tricks out there and if you see an easier or better methods, then post a comment below or email me. I will do my best to include it in our next post in this series.

Typogridphy — A Typographical and Grid Layout CSS Framework From Harry Roberts of CSS Wizardry

by oqdbpo & 2 others
Grids & Typography Typogridphy is a CSS framework constructed to allow web designers and front-end developers to quickly code typograhically pleasing grid layouts. Based on the popular 960 Grid System, Typogridphy allows you to create grid layouts which are versatile and great looking. Typogridphy is made of fully validate, semantic and strict xHTML, and validate CSS. It also uses a typographical method know as ‘creating vertical rhythm’, whereby all adjacent lines of text line up horizontally, regardless of line breaks and new paragraphs. This method in itself isn’t that difficult to accomplish — using pixels. I have created Typogridphy using ems, meaning the layout is zoomable — try holding your Ctrl key and scrolling your mouse wheel.

June 2008

May 2008

CSS Templates ( Page 1 of 15 ) - Free CSS Templates

by holyver (via)
Find here a never before seen collection of free CSS Templates, one of the biggest in the entire web! All these CSS templates are: * 1. Table free in its design (no tables have been used for layout purposes). * 2. The templates are light weight, so that it won’t take too long to load. * 3. W3C Standard compliant. * 4. Comes with public domain photos, provided by Wikimedia Commons and PDPhoto.org. * 5. And comes FREE under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 license.

Home: Yet Another Multicolumn Layout | An (X)HTML/CSS Framework

by kasi77 & 12 others
Bulletproof & Flexible Layouts Made Simple "Yet Another Multicolumn Layout" (YAML) is an (X)HTML/CSS framework for creating modern and flexible floated layouts. The structure is extremely versatile in its programming and absolutely accessible for end users.

line-height: abnormal

by marco
line-height: normal is a jumbled terrain of inconsistent behaviors, and it's best avoided in any sort of precision layout work

April 2008

20 Popular CSS Online Tools and Generators

by oqdbpo & 1 other
Well, a new list of popular CSS online tools and generators is launched today. All these tools are selected due to the design and popularity. And there are some tools are out of the list as the poor site design or similarity. The list is separated with “CSS Formatter and Optimizer”, “CSS Layout and Menu Generator” and “Miscellaneous Tools”. Say your words via comment and let me know your thoughts.

Equidistant Objects with CSS - CSS-Tricks

by nhoizey & 5 others
Creating a horizontal row of objects that are equidistant from each other is another one of those things in web design that is much more difficult than it should be. This can be a very useful thing to do, especially in fluid width layouts when you are try