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Easy Cascading Style Sheets

Using the HSL Color Specification
The CSS hsla method gives artists familiar with the HSL (hue, saturation, lightness, alpha) color specification a way to design color with CSS. More ...

Write Style Rules to Make Them Understandable
If you're going to write quite a voluminous CSS-file, you should follow some general recommendations, which can help to avoid mistakes and to make the code understandable and convenient. For example write all the rules for every selector in the same place. More ...

How to Center a DIV Within a DIV
CSS example code to center a DIV within a DIV. More ...

Create CSS Button Rollovers
In this article, you'll learn how to create the rollover effect without using Java Script and without preloading images. You'll learn how to combine the up, over, and down images into a composite image, and how to use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)to specify a position offset into the image in order to display the proper section for each button state. More ...

How to Style a Table
The early Web was used to communicate data between Universities and one of the most common structures used for that purpose is a table. Even today, many tables use the default styles, which makes them somewhat boring. In this article, I show you how to use CSS (cascading Style Sheets) to make your tables more interesting. 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 ...

How to Make Images Responsive
With today's widespread use of mobile devices, you might want to make images on your webpage adjust their size if your webpage is displayed on a small mobile smartphone screen. This article provides easy code examples to make images responsive. More ...

Using Google Fonts
In the past web designers were restricted to a small group of fonts referred to as web-safe fonts. But now, you can easily link to hundreds, if not a thousand beautiful fonts hosted by Google Fonts. More ...

Easy Three-level Expanding Menu Code
In a previous article, I described an easy method to create an expanding menu similar to Windows Explorer, but with only one level of sub-menus. This article provides code for a similar expanding menu, except with two levels of sub-menus. More ...

How to Use a Pull Quote
A pull quote is a sentence or two extracted from an article and placed in quotes. The extracted text is used as a "teaser" to entice the reader to continue reading. By using quotation mark and background images along with choice of fonts, font size and color, you have infinite opportunities for creativity in the design of pull quotes. More ...

Understanding CSS Positioning
One of the most important CSS webpage layout concepts to understand how to position webpage elements. In this article you'll learn how a web browser places elements on the webpage as it renders the display, and you'll learn about the five different methods of positioning: static, relative, absolute, fixed, and float. More ...


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