898 - links for 2011-08-05
897 - links for 2011-07-15
An experiment that uses pseudo-elements to create 84 simple GUI icons using CSS and semantic HTML. Shared as an exercise in creative problem solving and working within constraints. This is not a “production ready” CSS icon set.
Did you know that you don't have to link to an external image file when using an <img> element in HTML, or declaring a background-image in CSS? You can embed the image data directly into the document with data URIs.
896 - links for 2011-06-30
895 - links for 2011-05-24
Google Chart Column Chart online API docs
894 - links for 2011-05-13
LayerStyles v 0.1
just like your favorite graphics editor
but in your browser. And it creates CSS.
893 - links for 2011-04-20
Trying to convince a client not to squeeze everything above the fold? Is your whitespace filling up fast? We've collected a variety of articles on some sticky web subjects that might just help you make your point. Send your client to one of our topic pages for a quick intro, some links and a wee nudge in the right direction.
892 - links for 2011-03-25
891 - links for 2011-03-14
890 - links for 2011-03-11
889 - links for 2011-03-08
Internet Explorer User Agent Style Sheets
A UA Style Sheet is a simple set of css styles that each web browser uses before any other css styles are applied.
This chart lists and compares the different default style sheets used to render HTML in the four major versions of Internet Explorer; IE6, IE7, IE8, and IE9 Platform Preview.
You can download each of these UA style sheets by using the links at the top of this chart.