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Basic Introduction to Simple Responsive Design With Code
The growth in users accessing the Web with mobile devices makes that market impossible to ignore. In this article you learn how to use media queries and the CSS column-count property to quickly create a Web page that is responsive to today's mobile devices. More ...

Make a Fixed-width Variable-height Round Cornered Box
You have undoubtedly seen websites that display text within round cornered boxes, and, since there is no round cornered html element, you wondered how that was done. In this article, you'll learn precisely how to create such a round cornered box. More ...

Create a No Image Rollover Button or Badge
In this article, I show you how to create a nice looking button or badge with a rollover effect that requires no image because it uses CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). I think you'll find that this is amazingly simple to do. More ...

Spice Up Your Web Forms with Color and Graphics
You've used color and graphics to create a visually exciting Web site. Then you add a web form with the default font and gray and white colors. You don't have to have dull Web forms. In this article I show you a few tricks that you can use to spice up your Web forms. More ...

Style Your Imagemap Tooltips
Creating popup tooltips is extremely easy if you're satisfied with the style defined by the client operating system. With a bit of style code and a bit of Java Script code you can control the appearance of your tooltips. 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 ...

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 ...

Easy Rollover Menu Code
CSS menus with rollover effects are the standard for today's Web sites. In this article, you learn how to create a single-level CSS rollover menu. With this information and example code, you should be able to design your own menus. 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 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 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 ...

Code to Move the Scrollbar to the Left Side
You can easily move the scrollbar of a block-level html element to the left side by setting its direction property to rtl. However, there are a few other thing you need to do to make it work right. More ...