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Friday, June 26, 2009

Understanding CSS Fixed Positioning

Introduction CSS Fixed Positioning allows you to keep some HTML elements in their position in the client area of the web page, while another element is being scrolled. I show you how to achieve that in this article. This technology works with the latest versions of major browsers. It does not work with old browsers. By "latest browsers" I am referring to browsers that were produced within the last three years. You need basic knowledge in CSS and HTML (XHTML) in order to understand this article.... Sign in to see full entry.

Positioning HTML Elements with CSS and Layering

Basics of CSS2 – Part 10 Introduction This is part 10 of my series, Basics of CSS2. In this part of the series I talk about placement of HTML elements using CSS. I also talk how you can make one element to cover or be in front of another. That is not all: you learn how you can keep an element fixed while you are scrolling the page. I will give you just the basics for these features in this tutorial. CSS Normal Flow Imagine that in your code, you have a series of inline elements and text, then a... Sign in to see full entry.

Thursday, June 25, 2009

CSS Dimensions and Resolutions

Basics of CSS2 – Part 9 Introduction This is part 9 of my series, Basics of CSS2. In this part of the series, we talk about the width and height of HTML elements, as governed by CSS and their effects on different computer screen resolutions. Width and Height of an Element I wrote an article titled CSS Box in this blog. That is part 4 of this series. In that part I explain how all CSS visible elements are formed. You should read that article before reading this one. To get at the article, just... Sign in to see full entry.

CSS Classification

Basics of CSS2 – Part 8 Introduction This is part 8 of my series, Basics of CSS2. Classification deals with how and where an element is displayed. Floating If you have an inline element in a containing element, that inline element can be sent to the left or right end of the containing block in the line in which it was. If it is sent to the left, we say it has been floated left. If it is sent to the right, we say it has been floated right. When it is floated, the other inline elements (text) in... Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

CSS Text

Basics of CSS2 – Part 7 Introduction This is part 7 of my series, Basics of CSS2. In this part of the series, I give you some word processing features that CSS offers. However, it is the web designer to implement the word processing features and not the web page user. We shall talk about Text Indentation, Text Alignment, Text Decoration, Text Letters and Word Spacing, and Text Transformation. Text Indentation In an HTML (or XHTML) element, all the lines of text begin from the left end of the... Sign in to see full entry.

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