With XHTML 1.0, XHTML 2, HTML 4, HTML 5 and XHTML 5 we have so many languages that it’s really getting hard to keep track! Here’s a little clarity.
Clear and simple identification of the many parts of a css declaration. A CSS rule has two main parts: a selector, and one or more declarations: The selector is normally the HTML element you want to style. Each declaration consists of a property and a value. The property is the style attribute you want [...]
This is the imaginary threat I anticipate coming from the back of the lab whenever I reach the CSS phase of my lecture (Don’t freak out. The photo isn’t real). This image came from a National Lampoon magazine cover published in 1973. Bear with me. I’m desperately trying to make a point. Each time I [...]
Here’s a video showing how easy it is to create shadows on text, and background boxes with rounded corners. All without using Photoshop, Fireworks or any image editing software.
Smashing Magazine contributor Chris Hanscom from Veign.com has created a “quick reference card” for CSS 3.
Here’s a video I made for my students to help them remember how to construct a CSS tag.
A List Apart contributor Joe Clark believes it’s time we came to grips with the fact that not every “document” can be a “web page.” Some forms of writing just cannot be expressed in HTML—or they need to be bent and distorted to do so. But for once, XML might actually help. Check out his [...]
by Spencer Spellman Decided to give Spencer Spellman over at Tutorial Blog a piece of the action from here, folks. If you’re into WordPress, and you want some Plug-In tips, here are FIVE from Spence.