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Sunday, June 28, 2009

Pseudo-Elements

Basics of CSS2 – Part 12 Introduction This is part 12 of my series, Basics of CSS2. CSS gives presentation to HTML elements. The Inventors of CSS realized that not all HTML (XHTML) elements had been established. You have the Paragraph element, DIV element, TABLE element, etc. You do not have any HTML element that represents the first line of a containing element. You do not have any HTML element that represents the first letter in a containing. Examples of HTML containing elements are the... Sign in to see full entry.

Basics of CSS Fonts

Basics of CSS2 – Part 11 Introduction This is part 11 of my series, Basics of CSS2. In this article we shall look at the CSS font properties. Meaning of Font Characters in an HTML containing element and some inline elements (e.g. SPAN) will always have a set of characteristics. They may all be leaning. They may all be each thick or too thick. They may all be big or small. They may all look like curves. A Font is a set of these characteristics. The number of possible combinations is too high that... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, June 26, 2009

Understanding CSS Absolute Positioning and Layering

Introduction It is possible for you to place an HTML element at a particular spot on your web page, independent of what is already there. In this article I do an in-depth treatment of that topic. You need basic knowledge in CSS and HTML (XHTML) in order to understand this article CSS Normal Flow Imagine that in your code, you have a series of inline elements and text, then a block-level (containing) element, then a series of inline elements and text again, then a block-level element, and finally... Sign in to see full entry.

CSS Fixed Positioning Solution to one of the Frame Problems

Introduction Search engines do not work well with pages that have HTML Frames. HTML frames serve two purposes: 1) To keep a panel of the web page fixed while another is scrolled. 2) To keep a panel fixed, while a web page is downloaded and displayed in another panel, replacing a previous web page. Today the CSS Fixed Positioning Property can be used for the first purpose, thus avoiding the use of frames, and making your web page friendly to Search Engines. I show you how to do that in this... Sign in to see full entry.

Some Applications of the CSS Fixed Positioning

Introduction Do you have an HTML element, an image or video clip that you think is very important and most always be displayed on the web page independently of how the user is scrolling his web page? Are you looking for a solution to the problem posed by HTML frames to Search Engines? In this article I address these questions. I wrote an article titled, Understanding CSS Fixed Positioning in this blog. I advise you to read that article before reading this one. To arrive at that article, type,... Sign in to see full entry.

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