Category Archive: CSS

This CSS category contains information about update in versions of CSS, the hacks to be applied for major browsers selection elements for UI designers and UI developers.


Popular tags in this category: CSS, float property, css attribute, css hacks, CSS selector, Hack, CSS3, Rounded corner div

What is CSS float ? CSS float is one of the trickier CSS concept to understand. Once grasped we can build awesome websites with float based layout. Before diving into the concept, lets understand common usage of float property. Where it will be used? CSS float plays a major role in building website layouts. It

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As we have already discussed about Selector hack in browser-specific-css-rules-you-must-memorize-part-1 now we are going to focus on Attribute hack.  ATTRIBUTE HACK : Focusing a particular attribute of an element to write CSS is called as Attribute hack. In a <div> Element ID, name, class…etc are all attributes it applies for all HTML elements. Below Example shows how to

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This tutorial is intended for those who know about basic CSS rules and selectors. If you are a beginner to CSS it would be better to learn about basic CSS rules and follow this tutorial. Writing a single CSS rule for an element to support in all major browsers is a big headache. So we must memorize few

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Building a site with an attractive UI is so simple hereafter. Creating a Rounded corner div in a website, was quite tedious.There are lots of ways to create a rounded corner DIV. The below mentioned method is compatible with all high end browsers. See below the output of the rounded corner CSS. Before that, we

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CSSwrap helps you to creates pen tool like feature with pure CSS3 and HTML. CSSwrap allow you to create dynamic text transitions with many options in it. This feature contains a form with options like Text box – to add your dynamic text and click wrap it Curve – method to draw the curve text

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Nick La was trying to style CSS3 border-radius to image element and he realized that Firefox doesn’t display border-radius on images. Then he figured a way to work around it – wrap a span tag around with the original image as a background-image. And also, Darcy Clarke has written a piece of  jQuery code which

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