8 Best HTML and CSS Frameworks You Should Know

August 30th, 2012 | No Comments | Posted in CSS

Baseline Framework

baseline

Blueprint CSS framework

blueprintcss

Elasticss

elasticss

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CSS Transparency Sources

May 9th, 2010 | 5 Comments | Posted in CSS

Transparency in images and backgrounds occurs everywhere on the web. A few years ago, it was not a reliable trick on every browser. Currently you need to code CSS specifically for different browsers, but you can consistently achieve the transparent effect on all browsers.

The best place to learn the basics is to use the W3schools tutorial on image transparency. After you understand the basics you might want to progress to using CSS for all browsers. These techniques will get you started, but it is not as simple as it seems. According to Robert Nyman, you may encounter a problem with a child element’s inheritance.

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33+ Online Resources to Learn CSS

August 1st, 2009 | 13 Comments | Posted in CSS

An Introduction for Beginners

Before going into detail let’s learn about CSS or Cascading Style Sheets. In layman’s language CSS is a language that adds style to your document like colors, borders, margins and borders. Basically CSS is the style sheet language used to describe the overall presentation of a document like the appearance and presentation of a document written in markup languages, especially in HTML and XHTML. Cascading Style Sheets are designed to separate the contents from the presentation of a document.

Benefits of CSS

There are innumerable advantages of learning CSS for web designers. Since it helps in improving the content accessibility and provides more flexibility and control in the specification of document presentation, it has become an inseparable part of web designing. One can say that a web designer is incomplete without CSS and I can bet on it.

So in order to spread knowledge on this revolutionary tool of web designing I would like to share some great resources rather say a treasure where anyone can learn CSS or Cascading Style Sheets online.
Websites, Blogs and Tutorials

1. CSS Basics


This portal can provide all basic elements of CSS. Divided in 18 chapters, this portal covers all the basics of CSS. Though chapters are short but it can give a capsule understanding on every topic.

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5 Quick and Handy CSS Resources

July 14th, 2009 | 1 Comment | Posted in CSS

CSS-related websites are always handy. They always provide either inspiration, reference, or something you didn’t even know you needed for when you hit a wall of technicalities while designing. As you first discover CSS, you may find it a natural progression upward from HTML4, or you may find the leaning curve too steep. One way or another, these sites will help you. And once you’ve got your footing, you may even find yourself going further than you expected. Click on the images to be taken to the websites.

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CSS Navigation: Tutorials, Examples & Free Downloads

March 24th, 2009 | 1 Comment | Posted in CSS

Navigation is arguably the most important part of a website (after content of course). Without a good navigation, your visitors will have difficulty finding their way around your site. If a visitor can’t find your sales page, you won’t make a sale. If a visitor can’t find the content they want, they won’t stay long. Continue reading “CSS Navigation: Tutorials, Examples & Free Downloads” »

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