CSS has its own numeric place in web design for unique capabilities of techniques to design a web page with perfection.
CSS can provide designers huge source of techniques that make the design unique and solid.
In this article we tried to reach you with some useful and effective CSS techniques to make easy your next website design. Enjoy!
Sliding Doors of CSS
Here, we’ll cover a new scenario where no tab is highlighted, combine Sliding Doors with a single-image rollover, provide a fix for the clickable region in IE/Win, and suggest an alternate method of targeting tabs. We’ll skip a basic recap of the in favor of jumping right back in where we left off.
Why use a list? Because a navigation bar, or menu, is a list of links. The best (most semantic) way of marking up a list of links is to use a list element. Using a list also has the benefit of providing structure even if CSS is disabled.
While it’s not required that links be contained inside HTML lists, it is convenient, structurally logical, and fashionable to do so.
This menu has a vertical sliding first sub level then two flyout levels and demonstrates how it is possible to change positional styling from ‘absolute’ and off screen to ‘static’ and expanding the menu vertically.
There’s no point to discuss the importance of a web menu, how it’s done and how it looks. Many people may remember a website for it’s great looking menu.
We put some HTML text in the DIV and apply another unrelated object method to it (this object has nothing to do with the OpacityObject â€“ it could be any code you have lying around). Now we can move the translucent DIV around the screen.
We’re not limited to just rounded shapes. As long as we stick to creating two-color GIFs, we can add any shape we’d like to the background images that flank the box.
How about glossy, rounded corner Mac OS X-style buttons with 100% CSS, two HTML elements and zero images? CSS 3 is coming, and you should start using it now if you aren’t already.
Think of CSS Sprites as an extension of that technique. The difference is that instead of just two or three images being combined into one, you can combine an unlimited number of images into one.
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