CSS - Cascading Style Sheets

How to create slick effects with CSS3 box-shadow

Drop shadows and inner shadows are some of the effects I learned to apply using Photoshop's Blending options. But now, since CSS3 "hit the charts", you don't need Adobe's design tool to add a drop shadow or an inner shadow to a box. Nowadays, the cool thing is that you create beautiful CSS3 shadows without actually needing Photoshop anymore. box-shadow property The box-shadow property allows you to add multiple shadows (outer or inner) on box elements. To do that you must specify values as: color, size, blur and offset. <shadow> = inset? && Rocket science? Not at all, here's an quick example:…
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CSS - Cascading Style Sheets

Create Icons in CSS Without Image

This is not the kinda stuff you should do in production, but there is a little #CSS trick that might help you. The problem with us developers is that it's much quicker and easier for us to write couple of lines of code than find an appropriate image and place it on a page. If that's about you, then here is a little css hack for you that will make your life easier. Say you make all sorts of action links on your page, thins like edit, delete, add new and so on. Normally you would just add related css…
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HTML vs. xHTML vs. DHTML : Professional View

HTML:  HTML (HyperText Markup Language): HTML is the most widely accepted language used to build websites. It is the main structure of a website. It builds tables, creates divisions, gives a heading message (In the title bar of programs), and actually outputs text. XHTML (eXtensible HyperText Markup Language): : XHTML is extremely similar but follows the rules of XML. The main differences between HTML and XHTML are the case-sensitivity, the need to use closing tags for all tags, the need to use quotes around all attribute values and that all attributes must be in lowercase as XML requires. Special characters between tags…
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What Slated for CSS4 Selectors?

The CSS Working Group recently published the first working draft of CSS4 Selectors. “Wait…CSS 4? I thought CSS3 was still incomplete” you might ask. The spec process changed after Instead of one monolithic spec, CSS3 was broken down into smaller bite sized chunks. Each chunk or module graduate to the Recommendation stage independently when they’re ready. As each module doesn’t depend on each other (typically. Some related modules might have dependancies, such as CSS3 Selectors on CSS Namespaces) work can start on the next level of the module–if there is demand for a new version–after the current level reaches REC. Therefor work…
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jQuery Mobile framework – Beginner Tutorial

Being able to reach your audience via a mobile page is becoming almost as important as having a page at all but getting started in mobile site development can be frustrating. The jQuery library provides many handy mobile features that you can use to get started making great mobile-friendly web sites. In this article I will discuss the jQuery mobile framework features and give you a little demo on how it works. What is jQuery Mobile? jQuery Mobile is a unified framework that is designed to work on all major mobile platforms. This allows us to save a lot of…
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CSS : A introduction of Cascading Style Sheets

CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets Styles define how to display HTML elements Styles were added to HTML  to solve a problem External Style Sheets can save a lot of work External Style Sheets are stored in CSS files ABOUT CSS As Cascading Style Sheets mature as a language of design and a tool of Web site and application management, a deep understanding of how the language really works is essential. However, most people have learned CSS the same way they've learned HTML,by viewing source, copying template codes, reading books and articles. While this "bootstrap" method of learning is often the best way to find great techniques, it…
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