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01 January 1970 01:00

The FWA: Favourite Website Awards - Web awards at the cutting edge

by kwgt & 93 others
Favourite Website Awards デザインの優れたウェブサイト

31 December 1969 17:00

A List Apart: Articles: Sliding Doors of CSS, Part II

by HandySolo
Here, we’ll cover a new scenario where no tab is highlighted, combine Sliding Doors with a single-image rollover, provide a fix for the clickable region in IE/Win, and suggest an alternate method of targeting tabs. We’ll skip a basic recap of the technique (see Part I for this) in favor of jumping right back in where we left off.

A List Apart: Articles: Sliding Doors of CSS

by HandySolo & 23 others
One of those cases is tabbed navigation. It’s time to take back control over the tabs which are continually growing in popularity as a primary means of site navigation. Now that CSS is widely supported, we can crank up the quality and appearance of the tabs on our sites. You’re most likely aware that CSS can be used to tame a plain unordered list.

CSS Navigation Techniques (37 entries)

by HandySolo & 16 others
Gallery of CSS menus / css navigation tabs

HTML and CSS Table Border Style Wizard

by HandySolo & 12 others
Use this wizard to experiment with table border styles and generate style source code. This wizard uses dynamic HTML to change the style of the table in-situ, without loading another page. It is cross-browser compatible with Firefox, Netscape, Internet Explorer, and other modern browsers.

Why CSS styling is for tables too

by HandySolo
Why CSS styling is for tables too

Three Column Layouts - css-discuss

by HandySolo & 9 others
The question of finding good 3 column layouts comes up in the mail list from time to time. Here are some that I have found, along with a few notations about what features they include and how they work. The judgment of "good" is left to you and your needs.

XHTML Character Entity Reference

by HandySolo & 53 others
This page contains the 252 allowed entities in HTML 4 and XHTML 1.0, as outlined in section 24 of the official HTML 4 specifications, published by the W3C. If you're new to this site, you can find help on how to use this reference.

EasyRGB - Color harmonies, complements and themes.

by HandySolo & 13 others
Search for colors complements to your RGB values.<br /> Create color harmonies, combinations and themes.<br /> From your main (or background) color select trim and accents tones.