Archive for the ‘CSS’ Category

CSS Support is Poor in RSS Feed Readers

July 9, 2006

Once upon a time, different Web browsers supported different forms of HTML markup or “tags.” It was difficult or impossible to make a Web site look good in different browsers. Beginning a few years ago, fortunately, browsers started adopting some common markup styles, loosely known as “Web standards.” Web sites now look roughly the same in different browsers. Users said, “Yea, verily, it is good.” Read this article here .

PHP and CSS Tricks

February 12, 2006

Combine CSS with PHP is useful. For example we can resolve our hack or create a style (.css) file with php codes. We know css is a client side no server side (similar JavaScript) in fact using php between css elements allows us applied css in base of dynamic format. What more do you want! It’s well enough to put in practice.

+ No More CSS Hacks
+ Time Sensitive CSS

CSS Image Switcher

December 28, 2005

This technique allows you to make a website’s header image change when you roll over links in the menu, using nothing but pure CSS. Standards-compliant, lightweight, and no Javascript required! Read this article …