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How to Use a Starburst on Your Web Page
A starburst is a useful advertising graphic that draws the viewers attention to exclamatory advertising message. It can be entirely graphic, that is, the starbust and the text are all in one graphic image. In this article, I show you how to use a starburst graphic with text that you type in. This has the advantage that you can change the text without editing the graphic. More ...

How to Style a List
Lists are a very common structure found on Web pages. Many lists use the default styles, which makes them somewhat boring. In this article, I show you how to get control of your lists and how to use style rules to make them more interesting. More ...

Easy CSS Tabbed Navigation
Tabbed navigation depicts file folder tabs as a metaphor to navigate a website. In this article I'll provide the code for tabbed navigation based on a list that uses only CSS, and one that uses CSS combined with graphic images. More ...

Code for Horizontal Drop-down Menu Bar
One of the most popular website navigation elements used today is the horizontal drop-down menu bar. Using the code provided in this article, you'll be able to create a menu bar that meets your requirements. You'll be able to easily change the number of main menu and sub-menu items, and to style the menu as you desire. More ...

Create Custom Horizontal Rules
Horizontal rules can increase webpage readability by providing a separation between different topics on a page. Horizontal rules are often used to separate a footer or resource box at the bottom of a webpage from the main webpage content. HTML by itself creates some pretty bland horizontal rules. But with CSS designers have the means to create interesting horizontal rules. More ...

Use @font-face Rule to Load External Fonts For Your Webpage
The CSS font-face rule allows web designers to load fonts from external sources, they no longer have to use one of the web-safe fonts. This article provides example code. More ...

Create a Cool Picture Frame Effect with CSS
By setting the CSS border-color property to a transparent color, and setting the background-origin property to border-box you can create a cool picture frame effect. More ...

Easy Scrollable Area Code
In this article you'll learn how to create a scrollable area. Then you'll learn how to use Style code to customize the appearance of your scrollable area. Next you'll learn how to layout your webpage with scrollable areas. And last, you'll learn how to load your scrollable area's from external files so you never need to edit your front page again. More ...

Add Style to Your Blockquotes
A basic blockquote is a bit boring, but there are a few style tricks that you can use to spice them up. In this article you learn how to set a border, how to use graphic quote images and a few other style tricks. More ...

Add Background Color to a Heading
One way to highlight your webpage heading is to add a background color. This is very simple to do using the background-color property, but since a heading element, is a block element, you need to place a span within the heading tags and apply the background-color property to the span. More ...

Easy CSS Popup Windows
Popups are usually created by using JavaScript to open a new browser window. But with today's Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) capable browsers you don't need to open a new browser window. Instead, you can create popups by applying styles to html span or div elements. More ...

Setting a Larger First Letter
Long ago printing was much more stylish than it is today. The first letter of the first paragraph was much larger than the rest of the text. If you want to publish fictional content on the Web, you can give your story an extra touch of class. Use the information in this article to set a larger first letter for the first paragraph. More ...