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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 ...

Easy CSS Animated Flaming Text
I provide easy code to create CSS flaming text animations. You are free to experiment with your own CSS property values. I bet you can create even better flaming text. CSS3 flaming text animations are fun and easy to create. More ...

CSS 3D Rotation Examples
CSS level 3 defines 2D and 3D transforms and one of those transforms is 3D rotations. Just think of the beautiful 3D objects you can design using the 3D rotation transforms. 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 ...

Easy CSS Buttons
In this article, you'll learn how to avoid the need to make graphic menu buttons, yet still produce the same visual effect that graphics provides. You'll learn how to create graphical looking buttons by applying simple style rules. 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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Flat Design and Ghost Buttons
One of the latest web design trends is flat design, and one of the expressions of this trend is the ghost button. This article provides easy code to create ghost buttons. More ...

How to Color Alternating Rows or Columns in a Table
It can be difficult for your eyes to follow a row or column across a large table. In this article, I show you some easy CSS techniques to to add a background color to alternating rows or columns of a table to make it easier to read. 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 ...


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