Over the past two years we have seen a lot of cool things being done with CSS, but this might be the coolest one to date. It works just like a Windows desktop, but it is done completely in CSS. What is interesting is to see that most of the positioning was done with unordered […]
When you have been working with CSS for so long it becomes difficult to tell people the best methods for learning it because your methods aren’t always what works best for everyone. I definitely encountered my bumps and bruises and still seem to be going through some growing pains in my learning process (although I […]
The CSS Reboot 2005 launched yesterday and I must say that I am highlly impressed by the number of entries and some of the beautiful redesigns shown. As a trend I noticed that designers are taking the blog format and truly stretching the limits of information design with them. This can be both good and […]
CSS Compressor is an online form that takes your CSS and compresses it down to reduce the filesize. A nifty little utility for those of you whose CSS is starting to get out of control.
I am setting up a forum for all the members of the 9rules Network and remembered the million times that my buddy JC asked me to do a CSS skin for phpBB (the forum software that I will be using). When using CSS and tables it is accepted that tables should only be used when […]
Whenever I get into the CSS of my sites I tend to stick with what I am used to because it makes development easier and I already know what the outcome is going to be (yeah that seems like common sense). This always seems to be the case with CSS border styles. Basically I stick […]