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Easy Cascading Style Sheets

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

CSS Arts and Crafts - Create a Graphic Cube Using the CSS3 Transform Property
The CSS3 transform property allows you to rotate, scale, move, and skew html elements. It be used to skew a div with an image background. In this example I create a cube using the CSS3 transform property. 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 ...

Add Drop Shadows to Your Pictures
It's very easy to add drop shadows to the pictures on your webpages. In this article, I provide you with examples of how to use CSS to add drop shadows to your pictures. Go ahead and experiment with different drop shadow effects. Updated for CSS3. 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 ...

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 ...

Easy Floating Menu Code
In this article you learn how to create a floating menu with only a few simple lines of code. You learn how to make the menu float smoothly, and you learn how to give your floating menu 3D buttons and mouseover effects. 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 ...

Easier Expanding Menu Code
This article provides you with easier expanding menu code than a previous article did by losing automatic menu unexpand feature and added some easy CSS code to provide nice mouse over effects. More ...

Easy Oval Image Mask With CSS
The CSS border-radius syntax seems quite confusing. That's because the full blown expression can have eight values. But don't worry, to create a beautiful oval shaped image requires only one value. More ...