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01 August 2007

Dust-Me Selectors

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Dust-Me Selectors is a Firefox extension (for v1.5 or later) that finds unused CSS selectors.

CSS Redundancy Checker

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Use this tool to find CSS selectors that aren't used by any of your HTML files and may be redundant.

23 July 2007

19 July 2007

10 July 2007

29 June 2007 The Personal Website and Blog of Katherine Gallia

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Time Sensitive CSS Switcher Changer le style d'un site suivant l'heure du jour

19 June 2007

02 June 2007

22 May 2007

Particletree » Rediscovering the Button Element

by 15 others
As is, the input with the type=”submit” is either too ugly (Firefox), a little buggy (Internet Explorer) or completely inflexible (Safari). The solution for most is to use image inputs and create the damn things ourselves. And it’s unfortunate, because then we’re reduced to the tedious tasks of opening up Photoshop every time we’re in need of a new button. What we need is something better—something more flexible and meant for designers. Lucky for us, the solution already exists and all it needs is a little love. My friends, let me introduce you to my little friend : the button element.

18 May 2007

A CSS Sticky Footer

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We've all tried to use a sticky footer one time or another, but they never seem to come out right, do they? Well, the days of a hard to understand CSS-based sticky footer are thankfully over. In just a few simple CSS classes with minimal extra HTML markup, I've fashioned a sticky footer that even beginners can get a handle on. It's been tested in IE 5 and up, Firefox, Safari and Opera.

15 May 2007

Propriétés CSS par défaut

Rendu par défaut des éléments HTML

Row Locking with CSS and JavaScript (Ask the CSS Guy)

I was recently asked about the effect used to highlight a table row with a mouse click. This is different than highlights while hovering, as the clicked row should stay highlighted until clicked again. To differentiate this effect from 'row highlighting', I'll refer to it here as 'row locking', since the effect stays in place until the user re-clicks (or unlocks) the row.

Validation Hints for your form (Ask the CSS Guy)

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As someone is typing an in an input field, it would be nice give feedback to the user as they are typing if they have satisfied that field's validation criteria. This article will explain one way of achieving this effect using JavaScript and CSS.

11 May 2007

09 May 2007


1) renommer monstyle.css en /squelettes/monstyle.css.html ...

07 May 2007

Dnevnik eklektika // CSS gallery layout—smells like a table

Setting up a gallery layout is not exactly one of the jobs I am looking forward to doing. I assume you all are using lists by now to lay out thumbnail galleries, right? If so, you already know that those kind of semantic gallery layouts require a lot of CSS code, and not a lot of these layouts are flexible enough – at least for my taste – so I decided to give it a go and I came up with a pretty robust solution that works in all modern browsers and it’s „behavior” resembles a what we could call a „table like behavior”.

04 May 2007

JQuery - IEPNGHack plugin

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IE lt6 PNG hack Method 3: appply png hack to both images in the DOM and css (ultimate method) Special thanks to J. Zaefferer: ideas were taken from tooltip plugin

03 May 2007

Comment faire ignorer des zones de page pour Yahoo (robots-nocontent) - WebRankInfo

Attention il ne s'agit ni d'une balise robots-nocontent, ni d'une balise meta, ni d'un attribut (comme rel=nofollow) mais d'une classe CSS. Pour utiliser cette classe, faites donc comme d'habitude ! Il suffit d'attribuer cette classe à la balise qui englobe le contenu que vous souhaitez voir ignoré, par exemple ici une balise DIV

02 May 2007

Eric's Archived Thoughts: Reset Reloaded

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After a bit of time to bake and a few more suggestions from readers, I have what I’m willing to call the final version of my take on the topic of reset styles. To wit:

27 April 2007

Ajaxian » jscsscomp: JavaScript and CSS files compressor

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We love to play with the plumbing don't we. jscsscomp is the latest compressor that uses Nicolas Martin PHP version of the Dean Edwards JavaScript Compressor.

26 April 2007

Ess - Sibran Lens » Blog Archive » CSS gradients

This is an easy way to change the color of your gradient, using png and body background color.

25 April 2007 - Something about web design » Blog Archive » Image gallery that doesn’t fall apart

If you use some kind of CMS or your own news script, you can the solution explained in this article. I will show you how to create an image gallery that doesn’t falls apart when different sizes of images are loaded and with no images being distorted.