Posts in the Quick Tips category
23 December 2010 by
When you are working with fluid or elastic website layouts or perhaps using CSS Media Queries, it's essential that the designs cope with large images.
06 November 2010 by
Box-shadow is a great CSS3 property that allows you to add a subtle (or not) shadow on an element.
12 August 2009 by
The other day, I needed to add a strap line or caption on top of an image. Yes, I can do this in an image editor like Photoshop or Fireworks but I wanted to compare an alternative method using CSS. The CSS method also has the advantage that the text will be read by search engines. Anyway, here's how I chose to to do it.
27 October 2006 by
If you are using cascading style sheets (CSS) on a new website design, it’s probable that you will be testing new style sheet rules. For example, you may be creating a series of rules for a portfolio page perhaps in order to test different layouts. Or, you may be creating a new navigation menu that you want to test on specific pages.