Archive for the ‘CSS’ Category

It’s been a slow year. With the Internet economy taking a bit of a tumble (perhaps you’ve read about it), new clients just haven’t been calling like they were. So what’s a hapless web designer with a family and a modest mortgage to do? Use the downtime to re-tool, re-learn, and switch over to Standards Compliant Design of course (wild cheers, whistles, deafening applause). http://www.alistapart.com/articles/csstalking/

Try this code to have a customized scrollbar.

<style type=”text/css”>
body {
scrollbar-arrow-color: yellow;
scrollbar-base-color: black;
scrollbar-dark-shadow-color: yellow;
scrollbar-track-color: green;
scrollbar-face-color: blue;
scrollbar-shadow-color: white;
scrollbar-highlight-color: silver;
scrollbar-3d-light-color: black;

CSS sprites is not a much familiar term for the designers or html coders. Its kind of a new technique and very effective one to render images on a web page. This is a very useful technique to create rollovers vs Javascript functions. In sprites we dont slice images and use them using <img> tags. In fact a MASTER Image is created containing all the images used on that page. This will make the page to send only one http request to load that master image and distribute on the page using CSS positions attribute. Read the rest of this entry »

CSS provides a variety of options when it comes to the measurement of Text such as height, width, size etc. There are four types of measurement units. Pixels(px), Points(pt), Percentage(%) and Ems(em). We will cover these four famous types in detail here. Read the rest of this entry »